Syrian authorities rule out ceasefire if militants refuse to leave Aleppo — ministryWorld December 06, 14:55
Turlish PM praises Moscow, Ankara efforts in fight against terrorismWorld December 06, 14:36
Stoltenberg wants NATO relations with Russia to be 'frank and open'World December 06, 14:28
Russian doctor injured in Aleppo hospital attack is in stable conditionWorld December 06, 14:08
Lavrov explains causes of refugee crisis in EuropeRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 14:04
Russia’s top diplomat says ECHR decisions should not be politicizedRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 14:02
Russia’s large anti-submarine warfare ship enters English ChannelMilitary & Defense December 06, 13:42
Lavrov invites those concerned over human rights situation on peninsula to visit CrimeaRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 13:38
Kremlin refuses to comment on terms of releasing Ukraine filmmaker SentsovRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 13:27
“The present Ukrainian authorities have ignored legitimate demands of southeastern regions on equal participation in making constitutional reforms and are trying to curb protests with the use of force to win a war against militia, who took up arms to defend their interests,” Lavrov told young diplomats at a meeting in Tajik capital.
“A deep crisis in Ukraine is a matter of special concern,” he said. “We have repeatedly told our Western partners that it is inadmissible to present Ukraine with an erroneous choice of ‘either with us or against us’, but our warnings just fell on deaf ears,” the top Russian diplomat added.