Turkey has the legal right to protect its territories from terrorism, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters in Moscow on Oct. 2.
George Beebe, current Vice President of the Washington Center for National Interest, believes that it is becoming increasingly difficult to prevent potential conflicts, so it is necessary for the two countries to establish channels of communication.
A working meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his colleague Emmanuel Macron began in France.
Putin has expressed concern about the nuclear weapons test in space ban. However, he assured that there was no danger of increased radiation following the incident at a Russian Arctic landfill last week.
Project investor applications are accepted until August 19th, writes NOVA TV.
Belene NPP and Bulgarian cooperation on two seas discussed Bulgarian and Russian Prime Ministers at a meeting. The two met during the First Caspian Economic Forum in Turkmenistan.
Paul Landers and Richard Cruse of Ramstein kissed on stage in Moscow to protest Russia's attitude toward the LGBT community, Contact Music reports.
The two guitarists from a German metal band exchanged a quick kiss while performing their song "Ausländer" in the Russian capital in 2019 as a political move designed to violate the country's anti-LGBT laws.