Monthly Archives: March 2021

“New Russian Senator” states that crime in Sevastopol increased due to “brand-new arrivals” from “DNR/LNR”

According to the Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia, occupied Sevastopol entered the top three settlements in terms of the growth of crime. Member of the Federation Council of Russia Sergey Kolbin, who was illegally elected from this Ukrainian city, told this on the air of the Govorit Moskva radio station. According to him, the spike in crime is associated to

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“LNR” militant admits that he organized “referendum-2014” using machine gun

Luhansk militant Alexander Konkin has admitted that the so-called “referendum” in the Donbas in 2014 was carried out with the use of weapons. He told this in an interview with one of the anti-Ukrainian video channels. “When the referendum was held… DTEK haі ascendancy over Rovenky – everything is Akhmetov’s… All the mines began to tell that their premises were

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U.S. Expands Russia Sanctions Over Navalny Poisoning

The United States has expanded its export restrictions to Russia as part of sanctions over the poisoning of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, the Commerce Department announced Wednesday. The department said that, starting Thursday, its Bureau of Industry and Security will review Russia-bound national security items “under a presumption of denial for exports and re-exports.”  “The Department of Commerce is committed to

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“Everything inside is in marble, you can only walk in socks” “Project” said that for the sake of “Putin’s palace” near Gelendzhik, a children’s camp was demolished. A chalet with a VIP theater was built in its place

Not far from the “Putin’s palace” near Gelendzhik, about which in January described detail by the team of opposition leader Alexei Navalny , there used to be a children’s camp “Golden vine”. Several years ago, the camp was sold to a company owned by friends of the Russian president and linked to the palace attributed to him. Now elite chalets are being completed on the site

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Russia’s “major fiasco”: U.S. intel finds no signs of Ukraine’s meddling in elections

This refutes the fake narrative widely promoted by Russia of “Ukrainian interference”.Photo from UNIAN Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says that U.S. intelligence has found no signs of Ukraine’s interference in the U.S. elections. “The end to the myth about ‘Ukraine’s interference in elections.’ The U.S. intelligence community has found no signs of the Ukrainian government’s involvement in subversive efforts against

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Kremlin: Crimean referendum did not violate Ukrainian Constitution

Any referendums on self-determination of Russian regions are prohibited by Russian law, but the “referendum” in Crimea in 2014 did not contradict Ukrainian and international laws, said Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov. “This “referendum” was legitimate in essence, from the point of view of international law and in terms of the laws of Ukraine,” Peskov said, as quoted by TASS. According

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Biden Calls Putin a ‘Killer’

U.S. President Joe Biden has called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “killer” who will “pay” for interfering in the 2020 presidential election in an ABC News interview that aired Wednesday. His pre-taped remarks aired after the U.S. intelligence community’s first assessment of foreign interference in the campaign. The report said Putin likely authorized influence operations aimed at promoting then-President Donald Trump

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Kremlin Denounces UK Plan to Increase Nuclear Arsenal

The Kremlin said Wednesday it regretted the UK’s decision to increase its nuclear arsenal, after Britain unveiled plans to bolster its stockpile from 180 warheads to 260 by the end of the decade.  Britain on Tuesday published a document outlining a recalibration of its foreign policy that included the announcement to grow its nuclear arsenal, reversing a previous commitment to

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Rumors about AstraZeneca insecurity may be related to information attack from Russia – Tkachenko

Rumors about insecurity of AstraZeneca may be associated with an information attack from the Russian Federation, the purpose of which is to clear the pharmaceutical market for Sputnik 5, Minister of Culture of Ukraine Oleksandr Tkachenko said. “The Sputnik has not yet been approved for use in the European Union. The Kremlin, of course, blamed the United States and its

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Grasping at Straws: How the Pro-Kremlin Media Tried to Legitimise the Illegal Annexation of Crimea

“Among the many different examples of factually wrong claims that have come out of the Kremlin and media outlets loyal to its line since 2014, the case of Crimea’s annexation stands out as perhaps the most blatant and geopolitically most critical” – we wrote back in 2018, on the 4th anniversary of the illegal annexation of the peninsula. Now, another

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Boris’s Russia review will delight Putin

Dr Jade McGlyyn. March 16. 2021 The strategy outlined within the integrated review lacks the urgency, agility, and need for ambiguity needed to take on the country it deems our ‘most acute threat’: Russia.  Described as the ‘biggest review of our foreign, defence, security and development policy since the end of the Cold War’, in fact — when it comes

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