March 24, 2019 02:40
March 23, 2019
Project for Il-112V light transport aircraft to continue despite delays - source
Over 2,500 units of equipment return to base after CPX - Southern Military District
Yak-130 aircraft, Russian Knights aerobatic team to fly to Malaysian arms exhibition - agency
Roscosmos setting up 4 holding companies in space rocket industry - Rogozin
Bolivian nuclear center's 1st phase to be completed by end of 2019 - Rosatom
Iskander missile systems redeployed from Ivanovo to Moscow region in preparation for V-Day parade
Kazakh capital officially renamed as Nur-Sultan
LAW RENAMING ASTANA AS NUR-SULTAN COMES INTO FORCE, PUBLISHED IN DATABANK OF KAZAKHSTAN'S STATUTORY ACTS - JUSTICE MINISTRY
Troops jammed mock enemy signals at Kaliningrad region exercise
Ukraine won't have to make political concessions over gas consortium with Gazprom - Medvedchuk
Russian tall ships to sail around world on occasion of 200th anniversary of Antarctic's discovery - Medvedev's directive
Dmitry Medvedev to answer to VKontakte users' questions for 1st time
Scientologist headed Lipetsk enterprise, which was searched over state defense order violations - TV
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has given an interview to Interfax ahead of the Alliance‘s 70th anniversary that is to be celebrated on April 4. He speaks in the interview about the NATO‘s vision of future relations with Russia, its attitude to the situation surrounding the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) Treaty and the New START Treaty, as well as further plans of expanding the Alliance.
British Ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about the current situation in the relationship between the United Kingdom and Russia, the impact of the Skripal case on it, the restoration of the numbers of diplomatic staff, exchange of information on counter-terrorism, possible introduction of sanctions over the Kerch Strait incident, the INF Treaty, and British-Russian economic relations.
Chairman of the German Committee on East European Economic Relations Wolfgang Büchele has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about the activity of German companies in Russia.