Moldovan parliament refuses to hold no confidence vote in Foreign Minister Andrei GalburWorld June 23, 2:03
Google.ru’s temporary ban should serve as reminder to others — lawmakerBusiness & Economy June 23, 1:59
Russian lawmaker slams EU’s decision to extend sanctions on Moscow as absurdRussian Politics & Diplomacy June 23, 0:32
IOC spokesperson confirms Bach’s words about possible sanctions on RussiaSport June 22, 23:27
Germany-Chile Confederations Cup encounter in Kazan ends with 1-1 drawSport June 22, 23:12
Putin praises Moscow International Film FestivalSociety & Culture June 22, 21:49
Russian football team getting ready for game with MexicoSport June 22, 21:38
EU agrees to extend sanctions against RussiaWorld June 22, 21:25
Lavrov tells Tillerson attempts to exert pressure on Russia through sanctions pointlessRussian Politics & Diplomacy June 22, 20:14
In a resolution on the situation in Ukraine and the EU’s relations with Russia, adopted at a full-scale session in Strasbourg, the European legislators noted the importance of establishing an inclusive national dialogue and of the avoidance of propaganda and hate statements and speeches, which may only aggravate the conflict.
Involved in such a national dialogue must be civic society organizations and citizens from all regions and minorities, the resolution runs.
The European Parliament said that the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada’s laws on the special rules of local self-government in some districts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions and on the prevention of persecution and punishment of those involved in the latest events in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions would promote conflict settlement. The European Parliament members described both documents as an important contribution to the process of de-escalation.