Moscow: If they try to regain Crimea - we'll use all kinds of weapons, virtually all

If we are talking about some serious offensives linked to the attempt to recapture Crimea, it is absolutely clear that this is the reason for using all means of protection, including those provided for by the doctrine of nuclear deterrence, Medvedev said in an interview with Russian media.
He pointed out that it is obvious that there is a reason for the use of any weapon.

Media: Xi said something to Putin at the parting that made the West shiver VIDEO

"Right now there are changes, the likes of which we haven't seen for 100 years," Mr. Xi told Mr. Putin after biding him farewell. "And we are the ones driving these changes together", Xi told Putin, according to Jutarnji List, citing Daily Mail. The text, however, adds that the West should be worried by such a statement by the Chinese leader.

The end of the war? Putin has had his say... Kyiv's response awaited

After the negotiations, the President of Russia said that in his conversation with the Chinese President, he noted the growing tension in the world as well as the practice of unfair sanctions.
"The Chinese peace plan can be taken as a basis for a peaceful solution in Ukraine, when they are ready for it in the West and in Kyiv," Putin stated.

Putin meeting with Syria's Assad begins in Moscow: state TV

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad began talks in Moscow Wednesday.

"Dear Mr President, I am very glad to see you in Moscow. Thank you for accepting our invitation," Putin told Assad at the start of their meeting broadcast by state TV. "We are in constant contact and our relations are developing."

Macron in shock: They don't trust us?

At least that's what the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, told journalists, reports AP.
In addition to the old reflex and "historical memory" of the era of colonization, but also the recent wars of the West in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and the bombing of Yugoslavia, this was particularly noticeable when it comes to views and attitudes towards the war in Ukraine.

Christo Grozev was forced to leave Austria: He was Threatened by Russian Agents

Bulgarian investigative journalist Christo Grozev was forced to leave Austria, where he has lived for nearly 20 years. According to the Viennese newspaper "Falter", he was threatened by the Russian security services, "24 Chasa" reported.

According to Grozev, he suspects that "there are more Russian agents than policemen" in the Austrian capital.

Boris Johnson: Putin threatened to lob missile at me

President Vladimir Putin threatened to personally target Boris Johnson with a missile attack just before ordering Russian forces into Ukraine, the former UK prime minister has claimed.

The apparent threat came in a phone call just ahead of the invasion on February 24, according to a new BBC documentary to be broadcast on Monday.

"Navalny", with the participation of Bulgarian Christo Grozev, was Nominated for an Oscar

The documentary about the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, in the creation of which the Bulgarian journalist Cristo Grozev from the Bellingcat platform also participated, has been nominated for an Oscar.

The film Navalny (2021, USA) by Canadian director Daniel Rohr follows Grozev as he searches for Navalny's poisoners.