US Sanctions Russians Over Alleged Coup Attempt in Moldova
The US Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control said on Monday that it has imposed sanctions on seven people with ties to the Russian intelligence services for their involvement in attempts to destabilise democracy and influence elections in Moldova, Ukraine and the Balkan countries.
Opening a second front? Georgia is under great pressure: pushed into war with Russia
According to Sergey Naryshkin, the West is doing this in order to open a second front because the war in Ukraine "is not developing in favor of Kyiv".
"We see constant attempts by Washington, Brussels and London to convince the Georgian leadership of the need to open a so-called second front," Naryshkin said during his visit to Belarus, according to CNN.
It is known, the next "Ukraine" is...
A sign of that intention can be seen in the Kremlin's alleged intention to overthrow the current Moldovan government and incite unrest through protests in the country, an U.S. diplomat who recently visited Moldova told "The Daily Beast".
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A major attack from Belarus coming?
It said senior Kremlin officials continue to hold high-level meetings with the Belarusian leadership.
By doing so, they could create the conditions for a major Russian attack on Ukraine from Belarus, but that, they add, is unlikely to happen in the coming weeks.
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MP from the Bulgarian Socialist Party: Peace Talks will reveal whether Russia is really the Aggressor
"During peace negotiations, it will be clear whether Russia is really an aggressor," according to the deputy chairman of the BSP parliamentary group, Ivan Chenchev.
Russia hits Kramatorsk in 'retaliatory strike': ministry
Moscow said on Sunday its army conducted a deadly "retaliatory strike" in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk to avenge the deaths of 89 Russian troops killed in Makiivka.
German cybersecurity chief sacked over alleged Russia ties
Germany's cybersecurity chief was sacked on Tuesday after a TV satire show accused him of having ties to Russian intelligence services, with the country on high alert over potential sabotage activities by Moscow.
Democracy Digest: Votes, Visas and Voltage in Czechia
EU foreign ministers met in Prague this week, under the auspices of Czechia's presidency of the EU Council, to discuss calls from CEE and Nordic member states to close the bloc's door to Russians.
Ukrainians shelled Gorlovka; The first foreign ship arrived; Russian agents detained?
Kyiv and Moscow accuse each other of the attack on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sochi agreed that part of the payment for Russian gas should be in rubles.
Ukrainian officials announce that Russian forces from Kherson shelled Nikolaev.
War - day 115: "If we turn our back on brave Ukraine..."; Russians evacuate civilians
Russian missiles regularly fly in other directions, hitting the military infrastructure.
Boris Johnson was in Kyiv on Friday, from where he promised that Britain would provide "strategic resilience" to Ukraine.