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April: 29/04/2021: @acenewsservices

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The Spirit of Chernobyl: Lie, Deny, Falsify

The Kremlin’s first reaction to the Chernobyl disaster, 35 years ago this week, was to lie about it. For several days, Soviet authorities attempted to convince its own people and the world that everything was fine; keep preparing for the May Day celebrations. The consequences were devastating. But the knee-jerk instinct to lie is still omnipresent in some Russian stateRead more

Prisoners from Sakharovo will demand compensation from the Ministry of Internal Affairs for torture conditions in a special detention center

On April 29, a class action lawsuit against the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation will be filed with the Zamoskvoretsky Court of Moscow demanding compensation for the torture conditions in a detention center in the village of Sakharovo, Kommersant writes. The plaintiffs are 20 people who were detained at the winter rallies in support of Alexei Navalny,Read more

Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov continues to frighten world community with mythical massacre in Donbas

Russia continues to frighten the world community with a kind of “massacre” that Ukraine will allegedly carry out in the Donbas, if control is established over the now uncontrolled section of the border with the Russian Federation. This was once again stated by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in an interview with Russian state media. He expressed dissatisfaction with theRead more

Russian Foreign Minister: Washington chose to live under conditions of Cold War

Russia has offered the United States to “reset” the diplomatic conflict that began under the Obama administration and start a return to normal relations, but instead Washington continues to “slide on an inclined plane” and impose new anti-Russian sanctions, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in an interview with RIA Novosti. According to Lavrov, the problems in Russian-American relations complicateRead more

Rudy Giuliani’s apartment searched as part of Ukraine investigation – report

Federal investigators seized some of Trump lawyer’s electronic devices from his New York residence, New York Times reports Federal investigators have executed a search warrant at a New York apartment belonging to Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York and personal lawyer to Donald Trump, the New York Times reported. Federal authorities have been examining whether Giuliani illegally lobbiedRead more

A Battle of Beer

Russian Politician Suggests Boycott of Czech Beverages In 2014, the Russian government introduced sanctions against certain agricultural products from EU Member States. Thus, Spanish jamon, Italian prosciutto and a nice little camembert from France became objects for smuggling, coveted gifts from foreign travellers… A smartphone app was introduced to connect travellers abroad with brie-hungry Russians. Customs allowed visitors from abroadRead more

EU must be ready to react if Russia crosses red lines in relation to Ukraine – Borrell

   EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Josep Borrell believes that the EU should be ready to react if Russia crosses the “red lines” with regard to Ukraine. He said this on Wednesday in Brussels, speaking in the European Parliament as part of the discussion of Russia’s relations in the light of its recent actions, including with respectRead more

State Border Service Confirms Withdrawal Of Russian Troops From Border With Crimea, But Accumulation Of Forces Remains In Voronezh Region

   Chairperson of the State Border Guard Service, Serhii Deineko, confirms the withdrawal of Russian troops from the border with Crimea, but states that accumulation of forces remains in Voronezh region of the Russian Federation. Ukrainian News Agency learned this from a statement of the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs with reference to Deineko’s interview with RBC-Ukraine.Read more

The government demanded that Rosstat change the methodology for collecting data on the real incomes of Russians (which continue to decline)

Rosstat needs to modernize its methodology for collecting data on Russians’ real incomes. This was stated by the head of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade Maxim Reshetnikov at a meeting of the department’s board.  As the minister noted, there are constant discrepancies between income data in the national accounts system and operational quarterly data, and this needs to beRead more

Bulgaria Suspects 6 Russians in Arms Depot Blasts

Bulgarian prosecutors have linked six Russian nationals to a series of explosions at ammunition and arms factories on its soil, media in the southeastern European nation reported Wednesday. Prosecutor-General’s Office spokeswoman Siika Mileva said the four incidents dating as far back as a decade ago may be connected to the attempted 2015 poisoning of Bulgarian arms dealer Emilian Gebrev, according to theRead more

Russia Expels 7 EU Diplomats Over ‘Solidarity’ With Czechs

Moscow on Wednesday expelled seven European diplomats after their countries ordered Russian diplomats to leave in solidarity with the Czech Republic, which is engulfed in a diplomatic row with Russia. The Czech government this month accused Russian security services of being behind a deadly explosion at an arms depot in eastern Czech Republic in 2014. It expelled a number ofRead more

Russia to Invest $11B in Volatile Central African Republic’s Reconstruction – Minister

Russia could invest $11 billion in reconstruction projects in the mineral-rich Central African Republic, where rebel violence has led to mass displacement and Russian mercenaries are widely reported to be providing security services to the embattled military, a government official has said. Moscow has since 2018 expanded its diplomatic and financial activities in the former French colony in exchange for majorRead more

“The disappearance of any media will not be felt strongly.” Dmitry Peskov – on recognizing Meduza as an “foreign agent”

Ekho Moskvy : The editor-in-chief of Meduza wrote a text stating that the publication is on the verge of a very difficult decision. It may even be about closing. Tell me, maybe the president and you will miss this media outlet as a source of information if they have to close down? Or maybe you are calm about it? Dmitry Peskov : Listen, we treat every mediaRead more

It is necessary to avoid war in Donbas, – Russia

However, Russia is not sure on the Ukrainian side Foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Lavrov stated the necessity to avoid war in Donbas. However, Moscow is not sure on the Ukrainian side as RIA-News reported. Lavrov noted that it is possible and necessary to avoid war. “If it depends on us and militia, as far as we understand their principalRead more

Ukraine must prepare for Putin’s next escalation now

UkraineAlert by Vadym Denysenko, Ihor Popov, Ihor Tyshkevych, Ilya Kusa Russian forces practice amphibious landings in Russian-occupied Crimea. April 22, 2021. (Sergei Malgavko/TASS via REUTERS) Ukraine spent much of April in the international headlines as global audiences watched to see if a massive Russian military build-up along the Ukrainian border would become a precursor to a major escalation in theRead more

ukraine: Parliament passes “Smartphone Court” Bill

All parties to a trial shall be allowed to take part in court hearings via video The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has supported the introduction of the Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System (UJITS), which has already been nicknamed “the court in a smartphone.” A total of 261 People’s Deputies on Tuesday, April 27, backed the bill “On AmendmentsRead more

Kremlin: Putin is ready to talk with Zelensky but not about the war in Donbas

Russian Presidential Speaker Dmitry Peskov welcomed the initiative of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to meet with Putin, reported the Russian agency Interfax. Peskov said the wish to speak should be “only welcomed.” He also said that deputy head of the Russian Presidential administration, Dmitry Kozak, is in constant contact with the Office of the Ukrainian President. At the same time,Read more

SkyUp to resume Kyiv-Odesa flights

27.04.2021 15:24 Ukraine’s low-cost carrier SkyUp Airlines has announced the launch of flights from Kyiv to Odesa from May 28, according to the company’s press service. “Kyiv – Odesa – Kyiv flights will be operated daily, except for 30 May. We will depart from Kyiv at 08:00 in the morning, and from Odesa — at 09:50 in the morning. TheRead more

Zelensky hopes to announce ceasefire regime in Donbas at TCG meeting on April 28 – presidential press service

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky hopes to reach an agreement on the resumption of the ceasefire regime in Donbas during a meeting of the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG), which will take place on Wednesday, April 28, the website of the head of state reported. “Tomorrow there will be a full-fledged meeting of the TCG in a video format. I stillRead more

To Deter Russia, Hit Them Where It Hurts

Ariel Cohen On Thursday April 15, President Biden imposed long-awaited sanctions on Russia, blaming the Kremlin for the SolarWinds hack that breached U.S. government agencies and American companies. The sanctions are aimed at Russia’s disinformation efforts and the occupation of Crimea, along with its recent military buildup and exercises on the Ukraine border. Ten Russian diplomats were expelled as aRead more

Don’t Underestimate Importance of Joe Biden’s First Sanctions Move

The U.S. has paved the way for much tougher measures in the future, should Russia not change its behavior. Earlier April, the U.S. announced sweeping measures against Russia for a series of “harmful foreign activities” — election interference and disinformation campaigns in the U.S. and elsewhere, the SolarWinds cyberattacks and Russia’s ongoing occupation of Crimea, among other transgressions. The sanctionsRead more

Russia Accuses Brazil of ‘Political’ Sputnik V Rejection

The makers of Russia’s Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday have slammed Brazilian regulators’ move to block imports of the jab, calling it a “political” decision. Brazil’s federal health regulator Anvisa on Monday denied a request from several states to import Sputnik V, saying it did not have the data needed to verify the jab’s safety and efficacy.  “Anvisa’s delaysRead more

Wildfire Smoke Blankets Russia’s Third-Largest City

Russia’s third-largest city of Novosibirsk has been blanketed by smog from dozens of nearby wildfires, with residents gasping for air and local media reporting a distinct smell of smoke in the city center. Authorities in the Siberian city of 1.7 million on Tuesday issued a so-called “Black Sky” air quality warning, according to the local news website, with smoke-clearing rain notRead more

Ukraine expels Russian consul in Odesa

27.04.2021 14:45 The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has declared a consul of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Odesa persona non grata in Ukraine, the ministry’s press service has reported. “He must leave the territory of Ukraine by the end of the day on April 30, 2021,” the report reads. The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry strongly protested over the AprilRead more

Alternatively Pro-Russian: How NASH Operates

April 26, 2021The NASH news network controlled by Yevhen Murayev has taken the place of the banned TV channels of Viktor Medvedchuk. It mostly features the same guests and spreads very similar messages. 2021 has been a good year so far for the news channel NASH. In February, the TV networks 112 Ukraine, NewsOne and ZIK controlled by Viktor Medvedchuk, the key pro-Russian politician in Ukraine, were takenRead more

U.S. Secretary of State Blinken may visit Ukraine in May – CNN

Blinken’s visit to Ukraine will be an opportunity to discuss a potential Biden-Zelensky meeting.U.S. Secretary of State Blinken may visit Ukraine in May / REUTERS U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken may visit Ukraine in May. That’s according to a CNN report with reference to a Ukrainian government source close to the ongoing negotiations. The visit will take place before the meetingRead more

UK Announces Global Magnitsky Sanctions

Britain announced its first sanctions under a new global anti-corruption regime on Monday, freezing assets and imposing business restrictions on 22 individuals from Russia, South Africa, Sudan and Latin America. Those sanctioned include 14 people allegedly involved in the diversion of $230 million of Russian state property through a fraudulent tax refund scheme uncovered by lawyer Sergei Magnitsky. Ajay, AtulRead more

Government Documents Show Russia Considering Using Convicts to Build Railway

MOSCOW – Russia is considering using convicts to expand a railway line in the far east, a government document showed, as Moscow faces migrant labor shortages due to COVID-19. Restrictions linked to the pandemic have prompted many migrant workers to leave Russia and authorities have warned construction projects could be slowed down. Russia has already brought in soldiers to buildRead more

Most Russians Support Annexation of Crimea – Poll

Most Russians support the annexation of Crimea from Ukraine and do not believe Russia violated international agreements when it took the action in 2014, according to an independent survey published on Monday.  The Levada Center polling agency said 86% of respondents supported the annexation, while 71% of respondents did not see it as illegal and only 9% said they did. Read more

Russia Expels Ukrainian Diplomat in Ongoing Spat

Moscow announced Monday it was expelling a Ukrainian embassy worker, the latest in a wave of diplomatic expulsions that have embroiled Russian and European diplomats. The expulsion came amid heightened tensions between Moscow and Kiev over an uptick in fighting between Ukraine’s army and pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine. Russia’s foreign ministry said in a statement that due to “unfriendly actionsRead more

IAEA to talk issues of nuclear sites in Crimea, Donbas only with Ukraine

Ukraine’s top diplomat met with the IAEA director general during the latter’s first visit to Ukraine in 10 The International Atomic Energy Agency will only discuss with Ukraine the issues related to all nuclear sites located in the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk, Luhansk regions, and Crimea, recognizing Ukraine’s sovereignty over the said territories. That’s according to IAEA DirectorRead more

Austria Opposes New Russia Sanctions Despite Tensions

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Monday he opposes new sanctions against Russia despite soaring tensions between the West and Moscow over a slew of accusations. The European Union and NATO earlier this month expressed solidarity with the United States, which hit Russia with the toughest sanctions in three years for election interference and cyberattacks. In March, the Biden administration alsoRead more

Ukraine insists on restoring IAEA’s access to Ukrainian nuclear facilities in ORDLO, Crimea – Zelensky

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky announced the need to restore access and apply guarantees of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to the Ukrainian nuclear facilities seized by Russia in the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas and Crimea. “Neither the competent authorities of Ukraine nor the IAEA have had access to nuclear facilities and materials for seven years. The lackRead more

The prosecutor’s office declared the demolition of the monument to Dzerzhinsky on the Lubyanka in 1991 illegal

The Moscow prosecutor’s office has declared the dismantling of the monument to Felix Dzerzhinsky on Lubyanskaya Square illegal. This is reported by TASS with reference to the statement of the head of the organization “Officers of Russia” Sergei Lipovoy.  According to Lipovoy, the organization turned to the Prosecutor General with a request to verify the fact of the legality of theRead more

Russia Launches New Batch of U.K. Telecom Satellites Into Space

A Soyuz rocket blasted off from the Vostochny cosmodrome in Russia’s Far East on Monday carrying 36 U.K. telecommunications and internet satellites, the Roscosmos space agency said.  OneWeb, a London-headquartered company, is working to complete the construction of a constellation of low earth orbit satellites providing enhanced broadband and other services to countries around the world. The company is competingRead more

Most Russians Support Annexation of Crimea – Poll

Most Russians support the annexation of Crimea from Ukraine and do not believe Russia violated international agreements when it took the action in 2014, according to an independent survey published on Monday.  The Levada Center polling agency said 86% of respondents supported the annexation, while 71% of respondents did not see it as illegal and only 9% said they did. Read more

Russian nationalism and the fault lines of “united, indivisible Russia”

Russian propaganda is persistently trying to position Putin’s Russia as the legal successor to the Russian Empire and the USSR. According to the official doctrine, the sphere of influence of the Russian Federation includes any territories where Russian is spoken and conditional “Russians” live. The puppet Donbas “republics”, controlled and funded by Moscow, adopted the “Russian Donbass” doctrine in JanuaryRead more

Reservist training marked as “confidential”: Putin places reserve servicemen under arms

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree calling for reservists to participate in military training in 2021. This is said in the text of decree of the Kremlin’s head. “To call on Russian citizens who are in reserve to undergo military training in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and the Federal Security Service bodies in 2021”, –Read more

Pentagon says too soon to talk about withdrawal of Russian troops

26.04.2021 09:30 The United States believes that at this stage it is too soon to assess any statements by Russia on the completion of exercises and the withdrawal of their troops from Ukraine’s borders, according to Pentagon press secretary John Kirby. He said this at a briefing at the U.S. Department of Defense on Friday, April 23, according to anRead more

‘The Problem Is Your Ideas Are Stupid’: Bill Maher Rips Millennials For Supporting Communism And Abolishing Police more

Russia makes list of unfriendly countries; U.S. already included

Moscow will respond to the actions of other countries that considered unfriendly The government of Russia has begun to form a list of unfriendly countries that already includes the U.S. as RBK reported citing Spokesperson of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova. “As you know, the order of the president was published that includes a number of measures for theRead more

Russia Orders Navalny Group to Suspend Activities

Russian prosecutors on Monday suspended the activities of Alexei Navalny’s regional offices, in a move his team said would essentially shut down the jailed opposition figure’s movement. The move comes after Navalny, President Vladimir Putin’s most outspoken critic, ended a hunger strike last week that he had launched to demand proper medical treatment in prison. A court in Moscow onRead more

One Lie Fits All

The Kremlin Media Waging a War against Russia Lately, the news has been full of dramatic reports: the situation around Alexei Navalny and the protests in Russia; Lukashenka accusing the Belarusian opposition for staging a coup. A military build-up in Ukraine and a massive diplomatic fallout between Russia and Czechia after Czech intelligence shared proof of Russian state actors’ involvementRead more

German Foreign Minister Maas opposes tougher sanctions against Russia

German Foreign Minister Heiko MaasRead more

Dynamo Kyiv seal Ukraine Premier League top title, first time in five years

22:00, 25.04.21 – UNIAN The victory comes under the leadership of Mircea Lucescu, former coach of Dynamo’s bitter rival Shakhtar. Dynamo Kyiv on Sunday, April 25, secured a confident 5:0 win in a home game against Inhulets, effectively sealing a title of Ukraine club champion of the 2020-2021 season, three rounds before the finish. After today’s game, Dynamo became unreachableRead more

In a Moscow hospital, they filmed drunken employees shouting to an elderly patient, “You die!” UK started checking

The Moscow Health Department and the Investigative Committee began checks after a video from Hospital No. 36 named after Inozemtsev was circulated on the network, where employees allegedly mocked an elderly patient. According to Interfax, representatives of the department and the medical inspection service went to the hospital, and the chief doctor of the hospital was summoned to the scene. TheRead more

MI6 boss: UK warned Putin he would pay ‘huge price’ if he invaded Ukraine

The UK and the US sent a warning to Vladimir Putin that he would pay a “huge price” if Russia invaded Ukraine, according to MI6 boss Richard Moore. Russia this week pulled back more than 100,000 soldiers that were positioned on the Ukraine border after concerns Putin was about to launch an invasion. In the first ever interview of aRead more

Germany’s defense minister reportedly opposes arms supplies to Ukraine

Kyiv had allegedly asked from Berlin a number of old corvettes and anti-ship missile warheads. Against the background of the recent escalation with Russia, Ukraine has reportedly turned to Germany for weaponry to strengthen coastal defenses. That’s according to DW referring to a report by Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung (FAS). The journalists saw the list of requests reportedly sent byRead more

Ukraine is an intractable problem, made worse by a lack of strategy

BY IULIA JOJA, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill As Russia continues to mass military troops and equipment at Ukraine’s border while deflecting blame on so-called Ukrainian aggressions, the West’s response has been slow and hesitant. As has been the case for many decades, it will be up toRead more

Russia to scrutinize military cooperation with Turkey, if it supplies drones to Ukraine

The Turkiye newspaper reported on April 15 citing an unnamed source that Ankara was ready to sell its weapons and drones to all countriesRussian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov© Mikhail Metzel/TASS MOSCOW, April 21. /TASS/. Russia will scrutinize the prospect of military and technical cooperation with Turkey, if Ankara delivers drones to Ukraine, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov saidRead more

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