Map. History of Russia conflict

22 九 2018

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Motorised units held a counter-amphibious exercise on Kuril Islands. Motorised units carried out a march, equipped fire positions and organized coastal defence.
Russian FSB says they have detained 60 ISIS supporters in Moscow region6 月 前
Russian FSB says they have detained 60 ISIS supporters in Moscow region
Russia's ministry of defense says Russia's top military officer, Gen. Valery Gerasimov, spoke with his US counterpart, Gen. Dunford about Syria, Tuesday, the same day Gerasimov threatened to target US forces in Syria if they retaliate against the government's use of chemical weapons
Russia's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova: Not one person can come out in the parliament of their country and say, I give Russia 24 hours. What kind of conversation is that, anyway?
Interfax: Moscow calls on London not to speak in the language of ultimatums with a nuclear power.
Russian MFA vows to ban all the British media working in the country if Ofcom forces RT off UK airwaves
Tillerson says the work remains to be done in Syria, Iraq and relations with Russia.
Tillerson: Current trajectory of Russia "likely to lead to greater isolation."
Tillerson: "And much work remains to respond to the troubling behavior and actions of the Russian government."
6 月 前
A Downing Street spokesperson has said President Trump has told Prime Minister Theresa May during a phone call that the U.S. was "with the UK all the way" and the Russian government must provide "unambiguous answers as to how this nerve agent came to be used"
Nikolai Glushkov, a Russian émigré who the UK refused to extradite to Russia on fraud charges, died in his home in London, his Russian lawyer Andrei Borovkov told Echo Moscow radio. UK police calling the death "unexplained"
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman on UK claim that Moscow could be behind russian double agent Skripal poisoning in Salisbury, London: "One should not threaten a nuclear power"
Russia foreign ministry spokeswoman, on London's claims that Moscow could be behind spy poisoning: one should not threaten a nuclear power
Met Police's Counter-Terror Command has launched investigation into unexplained death of a man who Sky News believes was Russian businessman Nikolai Glushkov in New Malden in southwest London and says there is no evidence to suggest death is linked to spy poisoning in Salisbury
In St. Petersburg on the street of the "Narodnogo Opolcheniya(People's Militia) in one of the residential multi-storey buildings there was an gas explosion
Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov, a close associate of the late oligarch Boris Berezovsky, has been found dead at his home in London; no word on the cause of death - The Guardian
Media regulator Ofcom says it will look at whether Russia Today is "fit and proper" to have a broadcasting licence if Russia is shown to be behind spy poisoning
UK Police are appealing for information from people who saw Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in his red BMW car between 1pm and 1.45pm in Salisbury on Sunday 4 March
Senior UK police officer says at this stage not declaring a person of interest or suspect in poisoning of Russian spy
Sergei Skripal's daughter had arrived from Russia the day before she and her father were found collapsed on a park bench in Salisbury
Russia's foreign ministry says it has lodged an official protest with the British ambassador over "groundless" spy poisoning allegations and any threats of sanctions against Russia will not be left without response
Russia's foreign ministry says it will not respond to the UK government's midnight ultimatum until it is given samples of the nerve agent allegedly used in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia
British accusations on spy poisoning 'attempt to discredit Russia': Moscow
Russia lodges diplomatic protest with UK over allegations of nerve gas attack
On the Salisbury spy poisoning, President Trump says "We will condemn Russia or whoever it may be" and will speak to Theresa May today
U.S. President Donald Trump says it sounds like British authorities believe Russia was behind the attack on former spy Sergei Skripal
"As soon as we get the facts straight" and if US agrees with UK on nerve gas attack "we will condemn Russia" or whoever is responsible says Trump
UK security chiefs to evaluate Russia response on Wednesday: spokesman
Putin arrived in Dagestan
Former @CIA director: Leadership of House Intel Committee has traded last vestige of integrity for politics. With other investigative shoes yet to drop, legislators who try to protect @realDonaldTrump will face November reckoning. Hopefully, bipartisan effort in Senate Intel Committee will endure
UK Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman says the National Security Council will consider Russia's response over the nerve agent attack tomorrow and will not make a comment before then
US ambassador to UK says Secretary of State Tillerson has called his British counterpart to discuss the nerve gas attack they both blame on Russia
The UK embassy in Russia says the ambassador was not summoned over the spy poisoning but had a pre-planned meeting with Russia's first deputy foreign minister Vladimir Titov
Last week, FBI agents appealed to the Thai authorities with a request for a meeting with Nastya Rybka, but were refused
Argentina "Cocaine case" - some things/suitcases(with cocaine) belongs to Chairwoman of the Russian Federation Council Valentina Matviyenko, Andrey Koval'chuk said so when sending them.
EU voices 'unwavering' solidarity with UK over nerve agent attack
The Russian attack on Britain must be discussed by EU leaders at the summit next week. We need a common European response to this outrage says @guyverhofstadt
The British Government is considering "a package of measures" against Russia, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says
UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd says police and security services will investigate allegations of Russian state involvement in a number of deaths in the UK
Increasing Russian deaths in Syria are causing anger in the North Caucasus. The death of an Ingush soldier in last week's plane crash provoked remarks such as "we need to bring our boys home, not have them die in some foreign fratricidal war."
In Novokuznetsk police detained a member of "Open Russia"
@PeterWilson statement to the OPCW EC87 'I did not expect to have to brief this Council on the first offensive use of a nerve agent of any sort on European territory since World War II'
Moscow summons British ambassador after accusations of poisoning Russian spy
6 月 前
ATO spox: Yesterday, Russia-backed militants committed 5 ceasefire violations wounding in action two Ukrainian servicemen. Ukrainian troops did not return fire.
6 月 前
ATO spox: Luhansk sector - Russian proxies attacked Novhorodske and Luhanske with small arms and heavy machine guns, used grenade launchers in the latter as well.
OFCOM statement on Russia Today
Russian ex-spy poisoning 'extremely worrying': Global chemical weapons watchdog
"Russia is innocent", Lavrov said about Skripal case. Russia has nothing to do with the attack, British allegations are "nonsense", he said
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says Russia is demanding access to samples of the nerve agent that poisoned an ex-spy
Lavrov says he expects London to reply to Moscow's request to open up an investigation on Skripal's daughter
Russia 'not guilty' of poisoning, ready to cooperate: Lavrov
Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov says Russia has no connection to Skripal's poisoning
Russia will not respond to the British ultimatum until London provides access to the toxic agent - MFA
Russia demands to give it access to Skripal case docs - Lavrov
The Times: "The man who exposed Sergei Skripal as an MI6 double-agent has been revealed as a Spanish spy who was later jailed for 12 years for handing secrets to the Russians"
The Ministry of Defense of Russia: Iskander-M missile unit of the Western Military district missile compound in the Leningrad Region carried out electronic missile launches at the most remote targets of the conventional enemy
Chief of Staff of Russian army holds meeting on Syria and ICBM Sarmat tests
MFA Pavlo Klimkin: Traces of poisoning in Great Britain lead to Russia. If this is proven, then Russia is in the same company with North Korea, Syria and Iraq of Saddam Hussein, who also used chemical weapons. We are in solidarity with our allies and are ready to work with them.
Ex-chief of FSB Kovalyov points at any country of ex-USSR, especially Ukraine
Russian Federation council MP Klintsevich blames Ukraine or Georgia in supplying "Novichok" nerve agent
Determine the manufacturer and the substance that poisoned Skripal, in a week is impossible - Lugovoy
Russia claims to have completely destroyed all its reserves of Novichok.
MOSCOW: Russia will respond if the United States launches missile strikes against Syria
MP Degtyarev suggests introducing the term "information war" into Russian legislation.
France have backed Britain's stance over the nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal
6 月 前
[email protected]: THE HOUSE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE HAS, AFTER A 14 MONTH LONG IN-DEPTH INVESTIGATION, FOUND NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION OR COORDINATION BETWEEN THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN AND RUSSIA TO INFLUENCE THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
Secretary Tillerson: We have full confidence in the UK's investigation and its assessment that Russia was likely responsible for the nerve agent attack that took place in Salisbury last week.
6 月 前
Statement from Sec @StateDept Rex Tillerson following call with @BorisJohnson on Salisbury. Russia
NATO tonight - 'The UK is a highly valued Ally, and this incident is of great concern to NATO. NATO is in touch with the UK authorities on this issue."
Navalny: What would be the most effective and publicly supported type of sanctions that the UK could impose on Russia in response to the attempted assassination of Skripal? (assuming the Russian secret serves are indeed culpable) The answer is three surnames: Abramivich, Usmanov, Shuvalov
Attack on Russian spy in Britain "an outrage," White House says
6 月 前
"We've been monitoring the incident closely," says @PressSec, adding the suspected Russian nerve gas attack in the UK an "outrage, reckless and irresponsible" and US stands with its ally.
Situation around Skripal poisoning going under pre-designed templates, May's statement irresponsible - Lugovoi
Skripal incident provocation ahead of Russia's presidential election, FIFA world cup - Federation Council - IFX
Chris Bryant wants broadcasting licence for Russia Today revoked. @theresa_may does not rule it out
It is "highly likely" Russia deployed a military grade nerve agent on UK soil. "If not an act of war, it was a war like act", says Tom Tugendhat, the chair of the Foreign Affairs comm.
Russia's foreign ministry says comments by British PM Theresa May about spy poisoning are a 'circus show'
Russian Foreign Ministry: May's statement on Skripal is an information-political campaign based on a provocation - Interfax.
UK PM May: There can be no question of business as usual with Russia
UK PM May: In relation to Russia, we have a simple approach - engage but be aware. It shows how right it is we've been cautious in our approach
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has told the Russian ambassador that Russia must "immediately provide full and complete disclosure" of its Novichok nerve gas programme to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and has until the end of tomorrow to respond
Attack "was an indiscriminate and reckless act against the UnitedKingdom" says @theresa_may "We will not tolerate such a brazen attempt to murder innocent civilians on our soil"
6 月 前
Calls of "shame" from Tory benches as Corbyn sits down after the Labour Leader singled out @TomTugendhat for criticism
"We must stand ready to take much more extensive measures" warns Britain PM @theresa_may after saying "highly likely" Russia behind nerve gas poisoning on ex-Russian spy in UK
6 月 前
Corbyn calls for increased dialogue with Russia and says anything else could inflame tensions.
Corbyn calls for increased dialogue with Russia and says anything else could inflame tensions
"Our commitment to collective defense and security through @NATO remains as strong as ever in the face of Russian behavior" says Britain PM @theresa_may
Theresa May gives Russian ambassador 36 hour ultimatum to explain how state developed nerve agent used in Salisbury, or face "extensive measures".
"This action has happened against a backdrop of a well-established pattern Russian state aggression" says @theresa_may, citing illegal annexation of Crimea, fomenting conflict Donbassand election meddling/cyber campaign
Former Russian spy and his daughter poisoned in Salisbury by "military grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia" - UK PM Theresa May
In Parliament @theresa_may says ex spy and daughter were poisoned with military grade nerve agent of type developed by Russia
Britain's May says if no response from Russia, Britain will conclude that the action amounts to a use of force on British territory
UK's May gives Russia end of Tuesday deadline to explain spy poisoning
Corbyn: "We need to see the evidence and a full account from the Russian authorities."
Britain has summoned the Russia ambassador, "asked him to explain which of these two possibilities it is" says PM @theresa_may
UK prime minister says it's 'highly likely' Russia responsible for poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal
"Either this was a direct act by the Russian state against our country or the Russian government lost control" of its nerve agent per Britain PM @theresa_may
[email protected]_may : Russian made Novichok nerve agent used in 'reckless and despicable' attack in Salisbury. Only 2 conclusions possible: it was Russian state action or Russia has lost control of a banned nerve agent
British PM @theresa_may promises "full range of appropriate responses against those who would act against our country in this way"
"I share the impatience of this house and the country at large to bring those responsible to justice" Britain's PM @theresa_may tells Parliament on nerve agent attack on former Russia agent who assisted Brit intel
Democrats urge President Trump to "devote all resources available" to extradite 13 Russians charged with interfering in 2016 election, calling it "imperative for deterring Russia from future attacks on our democracy."
Secretary of Russia's Security Council Nikolai Patrushev is scheduled to visit Belarus from 13 to 14 March. Nikolai Patrushev and State Secretary of Belarus' Security Council Stanislav Zas are set to hold consultations on security.
Russia's Lavrov to meet South Korean security chief
Russian nationalist motorcycle club announces a March tour of Bosnia and Serbia, calling it 'Russian Balkans'.
Putin: UK should 'get to bottom' of spy attack then we'll talk
At a grain centre in Krasnodar, BBC Steve Rosenberg just asked Putin if Russia is behind Skripal poisoning: "We're dealing with agriculture hereand you talk to me about some tragedies. Get to the bottom of things there, then we'll discuss this."
Putin ordered to shoot down an Istanbul-bound passenger plane thought to be hijacked during Sochi Winter Olympics. Later it turned out that it was a false alarm.
Kolomna. Hundreds of cars went on March 11 for an "anti-garbage" action. The city is excited about plans to expand the Volovichi landfill
Prime Minister Theresa May will make a statement to update MPs on the nerve agent attack on a Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia at around 16.30
Peskov: the situation with the poisoning of Skrypal - not the Kremlin's question
Putin is being reported on the situation with the landfill in Volokolamsk - Peskov
Peskov considers Putin's criticism of his "normal working process"
UK PM May expected to blame Russia for poisoning of spy - British lawmaker
Kremlin re Skripal' case: "We haven't heard any statements from British politicians or official representatives that Russia is involved in this affair. The thing here is about various information agencies in the UK media, which are not always well known for their objectivity."
Kremlin re Skripal' case: "This incident happened on British soil and it doesn't have anything to do with the Russian Federation whatsoever, let alone the President. "
6 月 前
ATO spox: Russia-backed militants committed 4 ceasefire violations yesterday. Ukrainian troops did not return fire. Unfortunately, one Ukrainian serviceman was killed in action by an unidentified explosive device.
6 月 前
ATO spox: Luhansk sector - Russian proxies attacked Luhanske and Troitske with heavy machine guns and mounted grenade launchers, used automatic grenade launchers near Novozvanivka. Donetsk sector - militants attacked Verkhniotoretske with small arms and heavy machine guns.
A sharp increase in public sector wages is due to the implementation of the "May decrees" - Topilin
EU prolongs sanctions against Russia over its illegal seizure of Crimea four years ago
The European Union has extended sanctions for half a year against 150 citizens and 38 Russian companies
Chairman of the UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee Tom Tugendhat says the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia looks like state-sponsored attempted murder
6 月 前
Seoul official to brief China, Russia and Japan on North Korea developments
British PM May to chair National Security Council meeting today to discuss poisoning of former Russian double agent
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