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Such an initiative is reportedly called "a blatant provocation aimed at exacerbating tensions and conflicts both inside Ukraine and abroad."
15:30, 08 June 2021
This is the way they want residents with Russian passports living in the occupied districts to be involved in the voting.
11:55, 12 May 2021
The elections to the State Duma are scheduled for September 19, 2021.
10:40, 11 May 2021
He can once again run for president.
19:10, 10 March 2020
The bill passed in a unanimous vote.
14:00, 23 January 2020
Kuleba says no Ukrainian regions are going to leave Ukraine.
10:46, 02 December 2019
The amendments to the bill will affect the international payment systems, whose subsidiaries are registered with the Central Bank.
23:52, 12 July 2019
According to the document, the president is granted the right to decide on the renewal of the treaty.
15:19, 30 May 2019
Among other things, calls were voiced for assessing “moral damage” to local residents.
11:05, 04 April 2019
Volodin also proposed that the issue of the "responsibility" of Ukraine and the European Union for the social and economic situation in Crimea should be considered.
16:04, 15 March 2019
The decisions are said to be made "solely in the interests of Russian citizens."
15:12, 17 January 2019
The chamber's security and anti-corruption committee would look into the matter of honouring the troops.
13:45, 04 December 2018
The proposed legislation would give the Russian government the authority to ban trade in certain items with countries that "implement unfriendly moves towards Russia."
21:02, 22 May 2018
According to the legislation's explanatory note, Russia currently needs longer-serving leaders because of the country's "current stage of development."
15:48, 18 May 2018
Today, the State Duma will consider a package of bills on retaliatory measures to U.S. sanctions.
14:14, 15 May 2018
Peskov said he considers the allegations against MP Slutsky to be “something of a fashion statement.”
23:38, 29 March 2018
<p>Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Liliya Hrynevych says that the Russian Federation has "absolutely strange reactions" to the way Ukraine is developing, an UNIAN correspondent reported from the official’s briefing following her meeting with Romanian Minister of National Education Liviu Marian Pop.</p>
20:50, 27 September 2017