Tag Archives: Russian diplomacy

Putin – Netanyahu meeting in Moscow

by Elijah J Magnier

Much speculation and many “positive outcome” comments were released about a “secret deal” alleged to have taken place during the meeting between the Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last week in Moscow. The Israeli media described it as “successful”, like the last visits (three in the last six months). However, Russian sources say the opposite, despite the hints of positiveness Putin mentioned. These hints were exaggerated and interpreted by Netanyahu as “an achievement”.

Russia | Moscow vows response to expulsion of diplomats

Moscow will retaliate against a series of expulsions of Russian diplomats from European countries and will provide a mirror-like response with regard to each case in the coming days, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

European countries and the US along with Canada and Australia have decided to expel Russian diplomats amid the Skripal case.

Russia | Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Terminates Cooperation with NATO

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexander Grushko announced Russia terminates cooperation with NATO. It was reported by Izvestiya.

According to him, the North Atlantic alliance is strengthening the eastern flank against a non-existent threat, having stopped practical cooperation with Russia in areas of common interests.

Canada | CHRYSTIA FREELAND EXPOSED BY SERGEI LAVROV AT ARCTIC COUNCIL; DROPS “CANADIAN DEMOCRACY DESTABILIZATION” CHARGE AGAINST RUSSIA

By John Helmer

The first meeting of Canada’s new Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland (lead image, left) with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (right) has backfired when Freeland addressed Lavrov in Russian, and Lavrov replied that speaking in Russian will soon be illegal according to a new law proposed by the Canadian-backed regime in Ukraine.  “While Chrystia Freeland is free to speak Russian here in Alaska,” Lavrov told the press, “in Ukraine, where Russian has long been a native language for a huge number of people, it could soon lose its standing and status.”

Russia | Thanks for Trump

by Boris Ikhlov

On April 3, a terrorist attack was carried out in the St. Petersburg metro, 11 people were killed.
On April 7, political scientist Vyacheslav Nikonov, speaking on the TV channel “Russia-1”, announced: “They want us to be scared. We will not be afraid. We will be united.”
“We will not be frightened”, “united” in front of terrorists – without any doubt. However, Nikonov, the grandson of Vyacheslav Molotov, was referring to the unity of all of Russia. Such a unity can not be. The poor are not united with the rich, workers are not united with bourgeoisie. Nikonov deceives the working people. We always explain this.