Macron Suggested Australia Start a Fresh Start in the Aftermath of Submarine Scandal
The UK economy grew by 0.8% in the first quarter of 2022.
In June 2022, the Purchasing Managers' Index in China's manufacturing industry has increased to 50.2 points.
Stoltenberg: NATO will Ensure Ukraine's Rearmament from Soviet to Alliance Standards
Russian Foreign Ministry Demands Norway to Promptly Resolve Blockage of Cargoes to Spitsbergen
Former Moldovan President Igor Dodon faces new charges on Monday, June 27.
Igor Konashenkov, during a briefing, spoke about cases of mass desertion in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and refusal to participate in hostilities.
The US and the European Union are putting unprecedented pressure on Serbia to force Belgrade to forgo good relations with Russia in favor of integration with the West.
The Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia told about the neutralization of a big international drug crew.
The former deputy head of Rossotrudnichestvo, Natalia Poklonskaya, announced on her Telegram channel that she was appointed to the post of adviser to the Prosecutor General of Russia, Igor Krasnov.
The permit applies to photo and film equipment, medical instruments, musical instruments, XBox, Playstation consoles, as well as some brands of cosmetics and household chemicals.
Zelensky in early April invited foreign diplomats to return to Kiev.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has denounced an agreement between the Ukrainian and Russian governments on cooperation in the field of creation and operation of space and missile technology.
The Russian economy has withstood the first blow of sanctions imposed by Western countries because of the situation in Ukraine.
Russia will not initiate in the UN the issue of conducting an international investigation into the events in Ukraine, including what happened in Bucha.