Good Things Must go Along With Fists – CSTO Member Countries

The leaders of the countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) have held their first face-to-face summit in 2.5 years. The event, marking the 30th anniversary of the signing of the document and the 20th anniversary of the association itself, took place in the Alexander Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace.

Russia is Reinforcing Military Capability in Ukraine

The special military operation in Ukraine announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin on February 24 shows that our country needs to increase military production in the global confrontation between Russia and the West.

Russia to Retaliate Against Accession of Sweden and Finland to NATO

The ruling Swedish Social Democratic Party has made a decision about the country's joining the North Atlantic Alliance. Earlier, the authorities of Finland announced about joining NATO. In this case, the border of Russia with the North Atlantic block will increase by another 1,200 kilometers.

“We had to Spend Night in Woods to get to Partisans...”

During the Second World War, all Soviet people, big and small, defended their homeland. It is written a lot about the feats of arms of the Red Army, but not enough has been said about the role of teenagers in forging the role of the Great Victory. We will try to fill this gap in the article below.

Nationalization of Russia’s Foreign Assets may Become Measure of Struggle Against Unfriendly Countries

Lawyers of St. Petersburg businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin have drafted a bill on the nationalization of foreign companies in Russia and appealed to the State Duma with a proposal to consider it.

Bitter Legacy of Burlakov

Oleg Burlakov, a Russian oligarch and former military intelligence officer, has been held hostage to his status for most of his life, running business to increase his fortune.

Sanctions Against Russia Might Lead to Global Crisis, Says Putin

Sanctions, imposed on our country, are bringing to a global economic crisis, said Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting with members of the government on economic issues.

Victory Parade: Traditions are Unbreakable

On May 9, the main parade dedicated to the victory of the Soviet people in the Second World War of 1941 – 1945 was held traditionally on Red Square 1945 in Moscow.

To 90th Anniversary of Birth of Georgy Sadovnikov

On April 27, Georgy Sadovnikov, the author of the script for the kindest and most touching Soviet comedy Big School-Break would have turned 90. From the first show this TV miniseries became truly popular, and over the years the love of the audience has only grown. By the way, this year Big School-Break also has its own anniversary as the film crew, headed by director Alexei Korenev, began shooting exactly half a century ago.

Sanctions Against Russia Might Lead to Global Crisis, Says Putin

Sanctions, imposed on our country, are bringing to a global economic crisis, said Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting with members of the government on economic issues.

New Acting Heads of Five Russian Regions get to Work

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed decrees on the appointment of acting heads of five Russian regions. Earlier, the decision to leave office before to the scheduled date was announced by Igor Vasilyev, the governor of the Kirov region, Sergei Zhvachkin, the governor of Tomsk region, Valery Radaev, the governor of Saratov region, Nikolai Lyubimov, the Ryazan region, and Alexander Yevstifeev, the head of the Republic of Mari El.

Siberia is Fighting With Forest Fires

On the morning of May 11, 155 wildfires with the total area of almost 17,000 hectares were recorded in Russia. For the past day, 204 fires on the area of 9,588 hectares were liquidated. The largest by area forest fires are in Irkutsk, Kurgan and Sverdlovsk regions, as well as in the Khabarovsk and Krasnoyarsk territories.

Embargo on oil Supplies from Russia Might Lead to European Economy Recession

The oil flow from Russia to European consumers will be stopped already by the end of this year. The President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and the first person of EU diplomacy Josep Borrelle were in favor of a complete embargo on the energy carrier.

Nord Stream 2 to Supply gas to Northwest Russia

Gazprom has made a decision to use the overland capacity of the Nord Stream-2 pipeline to supply gas to Russians living in the northwest of the country, said the holding company's press service.

Putin Signs Decree on new Retaliatory Measures Against Sanctions of West

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree on new measures of Russia in response to sanctions of unfriendly states, as well as international organizations that joined them, says the document on the official website of legal information.