Putin says Russia’s legal framework changes too quicklyRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 15:10
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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
North Korea should comply with the UN Security Council resolutions and so it certainly should not conduct nuclear tests, he said.
Many reports have appeared recently suggesting that preparations are underway for new missile tests in North Korea.
Russian Foreign Minister Dergey Lavrov on Thursday said the reports need verification. “Such claims should be backed by facts, not by media allegations,” Lavrov said.
Russia proposes in this connection to resume the activity of the working group on the Korean Peninsula security issues. “We hope that the partners will support this proposal,” the foreign minister said.