CSIS: Putin’s unwillingness to capitulate complicates improvement of Russian-Western relations

16.03.2018, Washington.

The Director of the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Olga Oliker, admitted that a criterion for Western countries in their improving relations with Russia is Russia’s readiness to “admit fault and be down on its knees” at a meeting entitled “Six More Years of Putin?” on March 14, a Rossa Primavera information agency correspondent reports. Continue reading

Bulgarian children are being made ignorant of the USSR’s role in the victory over Nazism

14.03.2018, Moscow.

Foreign NGOs are destroying the memory about Russia’s role in the liberation of Bulgaria and in the victory over Nazism in the World War Two through the introduction of educational programs for students in Bulgarian schools,  member of the Civic Chamber of (CC) the Russian Federation Ivan Abazher said on March 12, according to a staff correspondent of the Rossa Primavera Information Agency. Continue reading

Chemist: Skripal’s poisoning makes as little sense as Kim Jong-nam’s death

14.03.2018, Moscow.

Candidate of Chemical Sciences Aleksey Zefirov, in his interview to a correspondent of the Rossa Primavera Information Agency of March 13, commented the statement made by UK Prime Minister Theresa May alleging that the former Russian Military Intelligence (Russian: GRU) officer Sergey Skripal was poisoned with a warfare agent of the “Novichok” group. Continue reading