Presidents of Russia

Zelensky has a message for Putin? "I have conveyed it to him"

"I conveyed President Zelensky's message to President Putin," Widodo said after a meeting with Putin in Moscow, the BBC reports.
On Wednesday, Widodo met with Zelensky in Kyiv, and yesterday in Moscow with Putin.
He did not reveal the content of the message, but added that he expressed his "willingness" to help initiate communication between the two presidents.

Putin: Russia is ready

"Russia is open to dialogue on ensuring strategic stability, preserving non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and improving the situation in the field of arms control," the Russian president told participants in the 10th St. Petersburg International Legal Forum.
He assessed that the actions of the Kiev regime in Donbas can only be described as a crime against humanity.

Putin: We will send "Iskander"; Kremlin: No, they won't

At a meeting with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko, Russian President Vladimir Putin did not discuss the handover of missiles with nuclear weapons to Minsk.
These are systems that are technically capable of carrying various types of weapons, said the spokesman of the Russian leader, Dmitry Peskov.

Editorial: The Greece we deserve

Greece is headed toward a double general election, as the first is highly unlikely to yield a single-party government (which is the PM's objective) or a viable coalition government with a second party.

Everyone in the ruling party and the opposition is discussing and preparing for this double election.

Russians attacked with rockets; More harm to the EU than to Russia; Finland on alert

In his regular video address, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky assessed that the situation in the Luhansk region is very difficult, because, as he stated, Russia has intensified its efforts to push Ukrainian troops from key territories.
Vladimir Putin said that the S-500 "Prometheus" anti-aircraft missile systems began its deployment within the Russian army.

A Journalist Persecuted in Russia was Advised to avoid Bulgaria

Andrei Soldatov - one of the best experts in the media on what is happening in the Russian secret services, was advised not to travel to Bulgaria because the country is too close to Moscow for him to feel safe.

According to the Russian-language newspaper "Meduza" other similar countries whose borders it is not advisable to cross are Hungary, Serbia, Turkey and Armenia.

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