UEFA to consider Russian football player Eremenko’s appeal on March 2Sport January 25, 4:37
Serbia, Kosovo agree to continue high-level meetings — agencyWorld January 25, 4:00
Syrian talks in Astana successful - Turkish top diplomatWorld January 25, 2:39
Russia’s Shumakov center boasts record number of heart transplantations in 2016Society & Culture January 25, 0:48
EU-Moldova association deal may be scrapped if people say so — presidentWorld January 24, 23:10
NATO experts arrive in Moldova to assist in developing military strategyWorld January 24, 21:13
FIA F1 top management reshuffle unlikely to affect Russia’s Sochi GP — expertSport January 24, 20:42
Russia hopes for constructive work with Trump's administration at G20Business & Economy January 24, 20:29
Everything you need to know about Oscars 2017 nominationsSociety & Culture January 24, 19:57
Ukrainian media reported that about 500 servicemen at a National Guard base outside Kiev demand their overdue military pay, as well as military fatigues and humane treatment. Before leaving the military unit, they locked up their commanding officers.
Markiyan Lubkovsky, counsellor to the head of the Security Service of Ukraine, said the service has little information about the developments. “I think it is necessary to speak with them and if their demands are fair, they must be met,” he said.
Earlier on Monday, the press service of the National Guard reported that National Guard conscripts, whose term of service has ended, gathered at a rally demanding demobilization.