NATO provocations and EU sanctions have raised tensions in Europe to unprecedented levels in recent months amid media-fuelled claims by the US and its allies that Moscow is ‘preparing to invade’ its neighbour. Russia has dismissed the allegations and accused Washington and NATO of destabilising the situation in the Eastern European country.
The joint Russian-European Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline has been completed and prepared to start pumping gas from Russia to Germany along the bottom of the Baltic Sea. However, the dual pipeline system awaits in vain the approval of German and European regulators, who have threatened to put off certification until well into next year.
What’s next for hundreds of millions of hard-pressed Europeans if Belarus delivers on the threat to cut off gas transit to the EU in the event of further provocations by the Bloc’s unelected leadership?
MSNBC’s national affairs analyst John Heilemann shocked many Americans by claiming on a Sunday show that ‘20 to 30 million people’ are ready to take up arms to remove President Joe Biden from office.
Attempts to expand NATO eastwards will lead to dire consequences for the US-led bloc. There is no way Moscow will shift from its position opposing the alliance’s further enlargement, Russia’s deputy foreign minister said on Monday.
President Vladimir Putin declares that in the 1990s he worked as a private cab driver. The video, in which he speaks about this, was included in the film Modern History, which will be aired on the TV channel Russia 1 in the first weeks of December. Fragments of the film were published on Saturday by the TV channel Russia 24.
In the 1990s and the early 2000s, the post-Soviet Russian government was swarming with CIA workers, and they eventually had to be cleaned out and sent packing back to the US, Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed on Thursday.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus made a surprising statement that he was not afraid to post on the official website of the Foreign Ministry. Vladimir Makey warned Europe that his country may soon be part of Russia.
Ukraine’s defence minister has raised the spectre of one of the European Union’s major concerns, large scale migration, amid American lurid and unproven claims that Russia is planning an invasion of his country.
US Army soldiers illegally serving the military complex and corporate masters in Syria have recovered $100m for the stress they endured on their encountering their Russian counterparts in Syria.