Monthly Archives: April 2021

Aselsan, L3Harris Picked to be Major Suppliers of Radio Systems for Ukraine’s Military

Aselsan radios will equip Territorial Defense units, while Harris systems will be geared to active military units in the field At least this is what is claimed by Security Talks, in its issue titled “State-of-the-art radios for the Ukrainian military”. L3Harris was selected in 2020 to be major supplier of encrypted radios to Ukrainian armed services, Security Talks reported. Now that

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U.S. raises watch level in Europe amid deployment of Russian troops to Ukraine border

01.04.2021 16:50 The U.S. military’s European Command has raised its combat readiness to the maximum possible level amid the deployment of Russian troops to the border with Ukraine, according to The New York Times. “In the past week, the U.S. military’s European Command raised its watch level from possible crisis to potential imminent crisis — the highest level — in

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An expert institute close to the Kremlin released a report on widespread human rights violations in Europe during the pandemic. The situation in Russia was not considered

The Expert Institute for Socio-Economic Research (EISS), close to the presidential administration, released a report stating that European countries violated 22 of the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights during the fight against coronavirus. With a report titled “New Normality. How Europe renounces civil rights and political tradition ”got acquainted with“ Vedomosti ”. The authors of the report,

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Russia Warns of Anti-White ‘Aggression’ in U.S.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday warned that anti-white racism might be building in the United States and said that political correctness “taken to the extreme” would have lamentable consequences. In an interview with political scientists broadcast on national television, Moscow’s top diplomat said Russia had long supported a worldwide trend that “everyone wants to get rid of racism.” “We were

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Russian Price Controls Disrupt Sugar Deliveries – Izvestia

The government’s latest measure to cap soaring prices could have backfired, freezing the market. Sugar factories across Russia have suspended sales and deliveries to retail chains as they await the introduction of a government subsidy the Kremlin hopes will put a lid on soaring food prices, the Izvestia newspaper has reported. Food prices in Russia have surged 7.7% over the last

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Russian Diplomats in North Korea Facing ‘Acute Shortages’ of Food, Essentials as Frustration Builds

One high-ranking diplomat in Moscow with knowledge of the issue said Russia was “very unhappy” about the harsh treatment of its diplomats. Russian diplomats in North Korea are growing increasingly frustrated with the “severe conditions” in which they have found themselves as anti-coronavirus measures cut off the secretive country from the rest of the world. In a Thursday statement, Russia’s

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Germany’s coordinator for transatlantic relations calls for halt to Nord Stream 2

The project is seen as an obstacle for a new start in transatlantic relations.REUTERS Germany’s coordinator for transatlantic relations has called for a moratorium on the completion of the Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. This initiative was made by Germany’s coordinator for transatlantic relations Peter Beyer, a member of Angela Merkel’s conservatives, DW’s Ukrainian bureau reported, citing WirtschaftsWoche. “The project

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Ukraine could be “destroyed” in case of Donbas escalation, Russia’s Lavrov threatens

Lavrov’s statement comes amid Russia amassing troops and military hardware along Ukrainian border under the pretext of drills.REUTERS Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned Ukraine against being “pushed from the outside” to launch a hot phase of the Donbas conflict, claiming the move threatens to destroy the country. “Those who will try to start a new war in Donbas

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Forty-three cases of enforced disappearances documented in Crimea over occupation

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has documented 43 cases of enforced disappearances in Crimea since the Russian occupation of the peninsula started in 2014. “Since the beginning of the occupation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, Ukraine, in 2014, OHCHR has documented 43 cases of enforced disappearances in

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Her Majesty’s useful idiot? Integrity Initiative-linked Scots Nats MP demands London spy agencies probe Russian ‘disinformation’

Warning! This article contain Russian whining on a grand scale. By Kit Klarenberg, an investigative journalist exploring the role of intelligence services in shaping politics and perceptions. The British Parliament’s most enthusiastic Russia-basher wants UK intelligence services to formally instruct MPs on alleged “foreign propaganda.” His odd biography for an SNP representative and deep state links make it notable. Stewart McDonald’s

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Anti-monopoly authority fines petrol stations linked to Kolomoisky $170 million

Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine on March 30 completed a five-year investigation into collusion by fuel companies associated with oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky and imposed a $170 million fine on them. The investigation revealed that a network of 1,625 gas stations — a quarter of all the stations in Ukraine — set the same prices at the same time over the last

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Russian Journalist’s Georgia Visit Sparks Protests

Protests broke out in Georgia’s capital of Tbilisi over Russian journalist Vladimir Pozner’s visit to celebrate his birthday, Georgian media reported late Wednesday. Footage showed crowds chanting outside a central Tbilisi hotel where the media personality and state-run television talk show host was said to have been gathering with dozens of guests on the eve of his 87th birthday.  Тбилиси.

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Lukashenka okays tit-for-tat sanctions against Western countries

Alyaksandr Lukashenka signed Decree Nr128 ‘On the Application of Special Measures’, the press service reported on Tuesday. The document provides for the imposition of economic sanctions by Belarus on the states that introduced restrictions against Belarusian individuals and entities. According to the Belarusian side, the new decree aims at ‘ensuring safeity and protecting the national interests of the state’. It

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New law stokes Ukraine language tensions

Mariupol (Ukraine) (AFP) Galyna Lekunova, a veterinarian in the eastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol, was left fuming by a new law in January mandating the use of Ukrainian in the service industry. In protest against the regulations that she said amounted to “discrimination,” the 47-year-old began offering 50-percent discounts to her Russian-speaking clients. This is what she believes spurred the

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Air Accidents: Planes Destroyed by Russia

March 31. 2021 On 25 February, Antoni Macierewicz, the head of the Committee for the Re-Investigation of the Smolensk Plane Crash, former Polish defence minister and incumbent MP, made a statement at the Polish Sejm, saying that the government plane crashed as a result of the detonation of an explosive device. Macierewicz pointed out: “The main thesis, or rather the

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The Kremlin may be slowly killing Alexei Navalny in prison. The world must not let it happen.

Opinion by Vladimir Kara-MurzaGlobal Opinions contributorMarch 30, 2021 at 9:06 p.m. GMT+3 There are many ways to kill an opponent. Sometimes it’s done out in the open, for the whole world to see — as happened with Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, who was gunned down in plain sight of the Kremlin by an Interior Ministry officer. Often it’s done with techniques

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