Ukraine’s Internet association chief rules out Russia’s role in Petya ransomware attackWorld June 28, 13:03
Press review: Russia's 'Korean de-escalation' roadmap and India's balancing actPress Review June 28, 13:00
Defense Ministry refutes BBC reports on alleged capture of Russian serviceman in UkraineRussian Politics & Diplomacy June 28, 12:50
Pilot model of advanced marine engine to be built in near futureMilitary & Defense June 28, 12:41
Moscow alarmed at US remarks that Damascus may be ‘preparing chemical attack’Russian Politics & Diplomacy June 28, 12:37
Poll shows Russians see US and Ukraine as main sources of military threatSociety & Culture June 28, 11:52
Putin says St. Petersburg international naval show helps promote Russian hardwareMilitary & Defense June 28, 11:47
Microsoft antivirus software able to protect equipment against Petya ransomware — companyBusiness & Economy June 28, 11:14
Russian government may establish $1.7 bln digital economy fundBusiness & Economy June 28, 11:07
KIEV, June 15, /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine will close its border with Russia next week, Ukraine’s acting Defence Minister Mikhail Koval said on Sunday.
“The military jointly with border guards have already closed 250 kilometres of the Ukrainian-Russian border. It will take several days more to close the entire border,” he said. “Ukraine’s supreme commander-in-chief, its president has already set clear tasks regarding the closure of the eastern border. We are fulfilling these tasks. Next week we will be through with them. We have practically closed almost 250 kilometres of the state border. Our people are deployed near the state border along with border guards.