• Lukashenko accuses the US and Germany of financing militants in Belarus

    The President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, said that the armed militants who were allegedly preparing attacks in the country were funded by the USA and Germany, as he stated on Friday, March 24th, during a visit to the Grodno region, BelTA news agency reports.

    "They are offended because they heard my statement made in Mogilev about Ukraine, Lithuania, and Poland. But what if it is really like that?! The Americans and Germans funded this through the Poles and Lithuanians. Most of the money …

  • Prime Minister Vucic: Serbia will never be a member of NATO

    During a mourning ceremony on the occasion of the 18th anniversary of the start of the bombing of the territory of Yugoslavia by NATO aircraft, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić stated that his country will never be a member of NATO, as reported by RTS news agency. According to Vučić, 18 years ago NATO launched "one of the most shameful aggressions in the history of mankind." The Prime Minister noted that Serbia would never get over what it experienced in 1999.

    Vučić stressed during …

  • President of Belarus invited to visit the U.S.

    The U.S. Embassy in Belarus has sent an invitation to the President of the Republic, Aleksandr Lukashenko, to attend a ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the United States' entry into the First World War, as reported by Interfax news agency citing the American diplomatic mission.

    "President Lukashenko, along with heads of other countries who were involved in the First World War, was invited to participate in the ceremony on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the US entry into this …

  • Kremlin: Turkey's membership in NATO would not prevent delivery of S-400

    Russia does not see any obstacles to the possible supply of S-400 air defense missile systems to Turkey with regard to its membership in NATO, said Vladimir Kozhin, an Aide to the President of Russia, on Thursday during a broadcast of the “Rossiya-24” television channel.

    "There are already negotiations with Turkey on the delivery of the S-400, and they are very interested. Yes, Turkey is a member of NATO, but I will say right away that we are not afraid (to deliver the S-400 to Ankara). Before …

  • Court to force Gazprom to pay the 36 million euros it owes Lithuania

    The Russian company, Gazprom, did not pay a 36 million euro fine to Lithuania on time and now the court will enforce it, as reported by BNS news, citing a representative of the Competition Council (Lithuanian Antimonopoly Service), Maria Grumblene.

    According to her, the court has already received the Competition Council’s resolution on the forcible collection of fines and penalties. Gazprom was to pay the fine before March 22, 2017.

    As was reported, the Supreme Administrative Court of …