Monthly Archives: May 2021

Putin’s regime may collapse unexpectedly, same as Soviet Union – Crimean Tatar Leader

Crimea will return under Ukrainian control as soon as the totalitarian regime collapses in the Russian Federation, and it may happen at any moment, Leader of Crimean Tatars and Member of Ukrainian Parliament Mustafa Dzhemilev believes. “When will Crimea return to Ukraine? Totalitarian regimes collapse completely unexpectedly. It was the same with the Soviet Union too. Until recently, they thought

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Ukraine handed over to the USA the list for receiving the military help, – Kuleba

The Ukrainian side has no doubt that it will receive a certain number of positions from this list.  Photo: mfa.gov.ua Ukraine has provided the United States with a list of the Armed Forces’ most urgent needs and is counting on assistance. This was stated in an interview with Deutsche Welle by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba. “We have provided the United States with a list of the

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Donbas on verge of environmental disaster over toxic groundwaters in abandoned mines

The Ukrainian government has lost control of dozens of coal mines in the eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regionsSnapshot from video During the Soviet era, the Donbas – short for Donetsk Basin – was a crucially important hub for heavy industry. Tens of thousands of people worked in the more than 200 coal mines that operated across the region. The mines,

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MEP: U.S. is not interested in peace in Ukraine, it is not profitable for them

According to Maximilian Krah, the Americans need a kind of limited, but eternal war The United States of America is not interested in peace in Ukraine, since it is not beneficial to them. This opinion was expressed by MEP Maximilian Krah on the air of the Pershiy Nezalezhniy TV channel. “When Biden took over, got in office, he said, America

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Kuleba skeptical about Russia’s “withdrawal” of troops from Ukraine borders

The minister stressed that Ukraine must not let its guard down.REUTERS Ukraine is seeing no major pullback of Russian troops from the areas bordering the country, says Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba. The minister made the statement in an interview with DW, answering a journalist’s question about de-escalation along Ukraine borders. “Firstly, we are not seeing the withdrawal of Russian troops, which would

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SuperJob: 20% of Russians are ready to get vaccinated in order to travel abroad, 42% do not want to be vaccinated under any circumstances

20% of participants in a survey conducted by job search service SuperJob said they are ready to get vaccinated against coronavirus if this becomes the only way to travel abroad. Another 18% of survey participants plan to get vaccinated anyway. 42% of respondents are not going to get vaccinated under any circumstances. 20% found it difficult to answer. Men were more likely than women

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End to unfounded raids

Photo from UNIAN In another important step this week, the government founded the Bureau of Economic Security, a new central executive body set to deal with crimes in the economic sphere. “This is one of the final steps towards eliminating the tax police. This is the end of the era of coercive pressure on businesses. This is the ultimate end

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Red telephone booths were installed in the Novosibirsk colony. So that prisoners can communicate in the “atmosphere of London”

Photo from Colony number IK-8 A piece of London has appeared in the Novosibirsk correctional colony number 8 (IK-8): the famous red booths with the inscription “Telephone” were installed in the premises for telephone calls. The walls were decorated with the image of a clock on the tower of Westminster Palace, that is, “Big Ben”. All of this is needed to

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EU Member states accused of having too close ties with Moscow

Exiled former Yukos boss Mikhail Khodorkovsky says Kremlin has infiltrated top echelons of European governments and ‘probably’ has a source close to Angela Merkel. By Martin Banks  Martin Banks is a senior reporter at the Parliament Magazine 11 May 2021 Russian philanthropist Mikhail Khodorkovsky has accused some politicians in many Member States of having too close ties with the Kremlin. He

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Russia is a terrorist state. Let’s stop pretending it isn’t.

By Alexandra Chyczij. Published on May 12, 2021 ‘Russia has proven, time and again, that it’s willing to flout international law, invade neighbouring states, target civilian aircraft, and use chemical and radioactive weapons, endangering the lives of hundreds of people.’ On Nov. 22, 2006, a man died an agonizing death three weeks after drinking tea in a London hotel.  On

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