North Korea tested new long-range cruise missile
North Korean successfully test-fired a new type of long-range cruise missile on September 11 and 12, the news agency Yonhap reported referring to the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).
Japan intends to continue consultations with Russia on joint activity in Kurils
Japan intends to continue consultations with Russia on organizing joint economic activity in the southern part of the Kuril Islands in the context of the problem of a peace treaty, Japanese Foreign …
Baku denies Yerevan’s report of Azerbaijani troop’s attempt to advance in border area
Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry has denied Armenia’s statement alleging that Azerbaijani troops attempted to advance on the border.
"The information spread by Armenia about Azerbaijani …
No comment from Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service on arrest of British man in Germany
Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) does not comment on reports about the detention of a British citizen in Potsdam, eastern Germany, for his alleged cooperation with the SVR.
Defense minister points to foreign centers spreading propaganda against Russia
Propaganda facilities that engage in training Russians to carry out seditious activities in the country operate in Latvia, Estonia and Poland, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said at a meeting …
Georgian demands to reverse Russia’s recognition of Abkhazia baseless
Abkhazia’s Foreign Ministry has called Georgia’s calls on Russia to reverse its recognition of Abkhazia’s independence and its "de-occupation" baseless, according to the …
Tokyo yet to receive clarifications about Putin’s proposals on Kurils
The Japanese government is yet to receive clarifications from Russia about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s proposals about involving Japan in economic activities of the Kuril Islands, …
Japan aware of Putin’s ‘unique proposals’ about getting involved in Kuril economy
The Japanese government is aware of the remarks made by Russian President Vladimir Putin who announced "unique and unprecedented" proposals to get Tokyo involved in the Kuril Islands’ economy …
Russian Su-30 fighters intercept US spy plane over Black Sea
Russian Su-30 fighters intercepted a US Navy Boeing P-8 Poseidon multi-mission maritime patrol plane over the Black Sea, Russia’s National Defense Control Center reported on Wednesday.
Kremlin does not expect US to step back from unfriendly line against Russia
Moscow has no expectations that Washington will step back from its unfriendly line against Russia, presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said in an interview with Channel One.
"We do not yet …