Russia managed to offset all losses from sanctions
Russia has lost about $50 billion as a result of foreign sanctions, but it has managed to offset the losses by various means, including import substitution, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
Putin promises investors to create all conditions and opportunities for work
Russian President Vladimir Putin promised support in creating the most favorable working conditions at a meeting with investors on Wednesday.
"For my part, I can once again say that we will do …
Argentina, Russia agree on scientific cooperation in fishery
The Argentine and Russian sides agreed to develop scientific cooperation in the field of fishery, Deputy Minister of Agriculture of Russia, Head of the Federal Agency for Fishery Ilya Shestakov said …
Russian-Chinese ties solid, have very good development potential
Russia and China enjoy a solid and stable relationship that is not affected by external influence, Russian President Vladimir Putin told Chinese President Xi Jinping at their meeting held on the …
UN will never grow obsolete
The United Nations continues to be the cornerstone of global architecture and it will never grow obsolete, Russia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya said on …
Lavrov says peace treaty issue with Japan is not deadlocked
The situation around concluding a peace treaty between Russia and Japan is not locked in a stalemate, but Tokyo’s position hinders its signing, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told a …
North Korea launched the same type of ballistic missiles as last week
North Korea launched two short-range ballistic missiles of the same type as in the previous week, Yonhap news agency reported citing South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS).
The JCS earlier said …
Ambassador highlights importance of Putin’s possible visit to Bolivia
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Bolivia would mark a new stage in relations between the two countries, Bolivian Ambassador to Moscow Hugo Villarroel Sensano said at a press …
Putin: Some countries’ reluctance to accept world’s multi-polarity leads to confrontation
Russian President Vladimir Putin has pointed out that certain counties’ unwillingness to accept the multi-polarity of the world brings about confrontation.
"It is obvious that it [the world] is …
Does South Korea really want North Korean denuclearization?
Yesterday, TASS published a lengthy interview with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, many details of which could only be described as quite remarkable. The interview contained strong indicators …