February 22, 2018 21:57
February 22, 2018
Several thousand irreconcilable militants still in Eastern Ghouta - Russian ambassador to UN (Part 2)
Russia so far gets no articulate answer to how truce in Eastern Ghouta will be guaranteed - Nebenzya
Civilians in Eastern Ghouta held hostage, used as human shield - Nebenzya
UN SC resolution on Eastern Ghouta utopian, aims to provoke scandal, denigrate Russia - Nebenzya
Putin calls on foreign defense chiefs to preserve military confidence
Russia prepares amendments to UN Security Council draft resolution on Eastern Ghouta - Nebenzya
Several thousand irreconcilable militants still in Eastern Ghouta - Russian ambassador to UN
Mass psychosis in world media circulating rumors not helping situation in Eastern Ghouta - Nebenzya
UN SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION ON EASTERN GHOUTA SEEKS TO PROVOKE SCANDAL, TARNISH RUSSIA, THIS RESOLUTION UTOPIAN - UN PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE TO UN
RUSSIAN DELEGATION HAS PREPARED AMENDMENTS TO DRAFT UN SC RESOLUTION ON EASTERN GHOUTA - NEBENZYA
WE HAVE NOT RECEIVED ARTICULATE ANSWER TO HOW TRUCE IN EASTERN GHOUTA WILL BE GUARANTEED - NEBENZYA
Russian embassy in Berlin objects to Russian's arrest in Germany, possible extradition to France (Part 2)
MILITANTS TOOK CIVILIAN POPULATION OF EASTERN GHOUTA HOSTAGE, USING THEM AS HUMAN SHIELD - RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR TO UN NEBENZYA
Russian Embassy to Germany trying to prevent Russian citizen held in Germany from being sent to detention center
Palestinian Ambassador to Russia Abdel Hafiz Nofal has given an interview to Interfax correspondent Veronika Vishnyakova ahead of a visit of Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas to Russia in which he speaks about the main topics of the upcoming Russian-Palestinian summit, prospects for the Palestinian-Israeli settlement and the initiative of creating a new mediating mechanism for the Palestinian-Israeli settlement.
U.S. Ambassador to Russian Jon Huntsman, who arrived on his mission to Moscow last fall, has given an interview to chief of the Interfax‘s foreign political desk Olga Golovanova ahead of the publication of the so-called "Kremlin dossier". He called on to take this report without emotions and expressed Washington‘s desire to work together with Moscow on the elimination of sanctions. He also confirmed U.S. commitment to the New START Treaty and cut short suggestions that Washington may quit INF Treaty. He also said about what should happen for a U.S.-Russian summit take place.
Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Office Vladimir Voronkov, who was appointed to the post six months ago, has given his first big interview to Interfax. He discussed tasks that the UN Counter-Terrorism Office faces in countering global terrorism.