Monthly Archives: May 2021

Netanyahu tells Putin about Israel’s contacts with representatives of Kyiv – Kremlin

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, during a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday, discussed with him a number of topics from the international agenda, including the situation in Ukraine, the website of the Russian president said. “Netanyahu informed about the contacts of the Israeli side with representatives of Kyiv,” the message says. At the same time, the

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The thorny road to the Kremlin’s desired Yalta-2021

Author : Pavel Felgenhauer Source : Jamestown It has long been Moscow’s goal to put together some kind of new Yalta agreement or a “Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact 2.0” to carve up Eurasia, including Ukraine Russian top officials—in particular, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (RIA Novosti, April 27) and Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev (Kommersant, April 8)—have for weeks been talking about the

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Sixteen ceasefire violations in JFO area. Two Ukrainian soldiers killed, one wounded

07.05.2021 09:34 Over the past day, May 6, the invaders launched 16 attacks on positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area. “The armed formations of the Russian Federation fired 120mm and 82mm mortars banned under the Minsk agreements, heavy machine guns, grenade launchers, and tripod-mounted man-portable antitank guns near Luhanske (59km north-east of

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Ukrainian political prisoner Chyrniy released

07.05.2021 17:25 History professor Oleksiy Chyrniy, a Ukrainian political prisoner who was convicted in Russia on charges of plotting terrorist attacks in the occupied Crimea, has already been released. “Ukrainian political prisoner Oleksiy Chyrniy is free! Today, he was released from the high-security penal colony No.15 in the town of Bataysk of the Rostov region. Oleksiy, welcome to the Motherland,”

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Siberian Schoolchildren Celebrate ‘Putin Era’ With Portrait Procession

Siberian schoolchildren marched with portraits of Russian President Vladimir Putin to celebrate his “era” during their town’s processions dedicated to Victory Day, media reported Thursday. The Irkutsk region children were photographed holding photos of Putin and wearing signature military-style uniforms and red berets of the “Youth Army” movement that the president formed in 2015. Critics accused authorities of militarizing society

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In Vladivostok, on Victory Day, flags were hung out, reminiscent of the banners of the Japanese Navy. The city administration blamed the contractor for everything

In Vladivostok, on Victory Day, festive flags were hung, which users of social networks considered similar to the banners of the Japanese Navy, the enemy of the USSR in World War II. The flags hung in the center of Vladivostok depict the Order of the Patriotic War, from which red and white rays radiate. The Japanese Navy banners have similar beams

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“I am for new elections. Together with the Americans, they screwed up more ” Lukashenka presented state awards and suddenly spoke about everything in the world

An application was filed against me to the German prosecutor’s office. Let the UK have already acted, America, France. But not the heirs of fascism. Who are you to judge me? You have not yet excused yourself in front of the Belarusians for what you did in the middle of the 20th century. If you are to judge me, then Macron, Steinmeier and Merkel should also be tried  . “Yellow vests” do

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Sudan demands Russian military leave

A new scandal erupted in Sudan after the country’s authorities banned any further construction of the Russian military base in the Red Sea. The Sudanese authorities demanded that the Russian military stop all construction work, immediately remove equipment, including radars and communications devices, and leave the country, reports Sudan Tribune, citing government sources. A week ago, the Sudanese authorities suspended the Russian project. The

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Borrell doubts Kremlin wants de-escalation in Ukraine

EU foreign ministers have discussed the situation with the massing of Russian troops in occupied Crimea and possible ways to de-escalate tensions, but Russia’s desire to participate in this work remains unclear, according to EU High Representative Josep Borrell. He said this at a press conference following a meeting of the EU Foreign Affairs Council on Thursday, May 6, according

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Alexander Query: Ukraine’s Friend & Foe of the Week

Editor’s Note: This feature separates Ukraine’s friends from its enemies. The Order of Yaroslav the Wise has been given since 1995 for distinguished service to the nation. It is named after the Kyivan Rus leader from 1019-1054, when the medieval empire reached its zenith. The Order of Lenin was the highest decoration bestowed by the Soviet Union, whose demise Russian

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What critical race theory is really about

By Christopher F. Rufo May 6, 2021 To explain critical race theory, we should begin with a brief history of Marxism. REUTERS Critical race theory is fast becoming America’s new institutional orthodoxy. Yet most Americans have never heard of it — and of those who have, many don’t understand it. This must change. We need to know what it is so we

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