Pro-Russian separatists have strengthened their position near Mariupol with two generals of the Russian Armed Forces coordinating their activity, the Press Service of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry reported.
"The most alarming situation is near Mariupol. At the direction of the Commander of the First Army Corps (Donetsk), the General Major of the Armed Forces of Russia, Valery Asapov (according to the document cover – Valery Primakov), the ninth special motorized regiment of marines ( …
The US government has officially acknowledged that hackers were involved in the power outages in the west of Ukraine in December 2015, as reported by Golos Amerikii, with reference to a report issued by the Department of Homeland Security.
The American experts drew conclusions based on the interviews with the representatives of six Ukrainian organizations which have suffered due to the loss of electricity. However, the report said that the experts had no opportunity for independent review of …
According to the Russian Minister of Labor, Maxim Topilin, there will not be a dramatic drop in real wages in the country. “Maybe there will be a slight decline, between 3% and 4%,” Topilin was quoted as saying by TASS.
Also Topllin explained an increase of the unemployment rate of between 6% and 6.3% is not critical, and it is an acceptable percentage.
Topilin has said that the Ministry of Labor is in the process of drawing up legislation to increase the maximum amount of the unemployment …
Russia is planning to evade the European and US sanctions that were placed against them two years ago. Their plan is to allow the Kremlin to release and make available a 3-billion-dollar loan with a 10-year maturity term. Russia plans to achieve this with the help of Chinese, European and US banks.
This was reported by the Insomi news website with reference to German newspaper, Die Welt.
“Putin draws his net around the giants of Wall Street,” the newspaper reported. The newspaper also …
The Defense Minister of Georgia, Tina Khidasheli, has stated that the Russian representative to the OSCE had publicly made a number of incorrect statements in his address. These statements were regarding Georgia's plan to join NATO, as reported by Ekho Kavkaz.
In an interview on Saturday, Khidasheli said that the Russian official called Georgia’s plans to join NATO “unrealistic” and added that these plans will change after Georgia’s 2016 elections.
“The Russian representative, as well as many …