• USA Prepares Unpleasant Surprise for Putin’s Agents in Ukraine

    The US Congress adopted a bill that obliges all intelligence agencies to provide information concerning the funding of political parties and non-governmental organizations in former Soviet Republics by Russian Intelligence Agents. This bill was mentioned in the corresponding document of the US Congress, Kasparov.ru reported.

    The document states that “Not later than 180 days after the bill enters into force, the Director of Intelligence will have to provide intelligence information concerning …

  • UK Officials: Russian military forces are still in Ukraine while Moscow is able to end the conflict

    The UK Minister for Europe, David Lidington, stated in his speech at the OSCE meeting that Russia has maintained military presence in the territories of Donbas, which are out of Ukraine’s government control. Lidington reminded those in attendance that a year ago, Ukraine was the key issue at the ministerial meeting. “Already 20 months have passed, but Crimea is still under annexation. According to the OSCE reports, we have serious grounds for concern, regarding the observance of human rights. …

  • Turkey promises to disclose the evidence of the Russian involvement in buying of ISIS oil

    The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, stated that Ankara has the evidence to prove Moscow is involved in oil trade with ISIS. “We have the evidences and we will show it to the world,” the European mass media quoted Erdoğan. He mentioned that Syrian businessman, George haswani who has Russian citizenship is, allegedly, one of the oil buyers.

    Furthermore the President of Turkey, called the Russian accusations of his family’s involvement in oil supplies from the territories, which are …

  • Putin opens first energy-bridge line in Crimea

    The Russian authorities claim that by Dec. 20, the energy demand for Crimea will be covered by 80-90 percent. The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, took part in the launching ceremony of the energy-bridge`s first line in Crimea. According to Putin, some elements, in the process of launching the first line, have yet to adjust. "And we have to warn the consumers—residents of Crimea—that there are still some troubleshooting issues we need to resolve. But in general, the first line should work …

  • NATO will provide Turkey with new military equipment

    The North Atlantic Alliance finds new ways to enhance the Turkish air force.This statement was made by the Secretary General of NATO,Jens Stoltenberg, on Dec. 1, reported Deutsche Welle.In his speech to the Foreign Ministers of NATO in Brussels, Stoltenberg appealed to Turkey and Russia to resolve the crisis and find ways to prevent such a situation.Stoltenberg said that NATO will be working on further measures to ensure the security of Turkey.As expected, the Foreign Ministers will formally …