Monthly Archives: November 2019

Russia to hand over fighter jet and tank production technology to India

After the transfer of the early warning system for missile attack technology to China, Russia plans to hand over several military technologies to India. Russian officials are negotiating with India the possibility of joint production of Su-30MKI fighter jets, reports Vedomosti news outlet, citing a source close to the Russian Defense Ministry. The parties are discussing the possible sale of

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Criminal case launched against a captain who allowed female friend to co-pilot civilian plane

By The Siberian Times reporter08 November 2019 AN-24 was en route from Yakutsk to Batagay-Alyta with dozens of passengers on board. ‘We are carrying out a set of investigative activities aimed at establishing all the circumstances of the crime,’ said Yekaterina Plyaskina, deputy head of the East Siberian Transport Investigative Department. Picture: Russian Investigative Committee Yakutia investigators confirmed a 33 years old woman was

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Survey: Population of occupied Donbas believes Russia not involved in war

A majority of people living in the occupied Donbas think Russia has nothing to do with the war in Ukraine, a new poll suggests. According to its results, 76% of people living in the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts believe that Ukraine is experiencing a civil war, not fighting against Russian-backed militants. The sociological survey was conducted by New

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Moscow Expects UN Court To Reject Ukraine’s Terrorism-Financing Complaints Against Russia

Russia’s Foreign Ministry says it expects the International Court of Justice to “take full regard” of the Kremlin’s arguments in a case filed against Russia by Kyiv and will “eventually reject all of Ukraine’s claims.” The ministry made the remarks in a statement issued on November 9, a day after the United Nations court ruled that it has jurisdiction to

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Ukrainian activist Mazur detained in Poland at Russia’s request – Ukraine’s ombudsperson

19:53, 09 November 2019 Mazur is also an employee of the Secretariat of the Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights. Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada for Human Rights Liudmyla Denisova has said Ukrainian activist and volunteer Ihor Mazur was detained in Poland at the request of the Russian Federation. “Employee of the Secretariat of the Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human

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Over 57% of occupied Donbas residents consider themselves Ukrainian citizens

SURVEY09.11.2019 13:51More than 57% of residents of temporarily non-controlled territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions consider themselves Ukrainian citizens. This is stated in the results of quantitative public opinion research conducted in the occupied territories of Donbas on October 7-31 by the New Image Marketing Group and published in the Dzerkalo Tyzhnia online media outlet. “57.8% of residents of so-called

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