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March 14, 2015. Where is Vladimir? Read his activities from the news from the Kremlin feed below, or from Pravda. He has not been seen in public for 10 days, and I am hearing he may have had a stroke, or has cancer, or is hanging out with a possible newborn baby. Hm. The full range from life to death.
I hope he has gone to Ukraine and Crimea, and is privately working out how to remove Russian troops as soon as possible.

The Russian Federation

Countries invade because they want war, world domination, to save inhabitants, or they want stuff. Like oil and gas. Which one is Russia? I don't know but I am listening to them. Above and below.
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Russia is the largest country in the world,  over 12 to 13% of land mass. It borders Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azebaijian, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, North Korea. Across the waters is Japan (the Sea of Okhotsk) and the USA (Bering Strait).


Pictures above, right and below: New York City Russian Consulate one week after Russia announced it had annexed Crimea.

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As soon as US welcomes Georgia and Ukraine to NATO, Russia burns the bridges
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced the termination of diplomatic relations with NATO at a time when US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin ended a meeting in Georgia with his counterpart. Austin's voyage plays decisive role in severing Russia's relations with NATO The purpose of Austin's visit to Georgia is to convince allies and partners of USA's commitment to their sovereignty in the face of the Russian aggression, the Department of Defence said. Lloyd Austin will visit Georgia and Ukraine, where he will emphasize that the door to NATO is open for them, and urge these countries to make necessary changes in order to qualify for membership in the defense alliance, the department also noted.

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 20:04:00 +0300


Russia puts an end to NATO mission in Moscow
Russia is suspending the work of the NATO military mission in Moscow and revoking the accreditation of its employees, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.  The decision was made in response to the recent move of the North Atlantic Alliance to revoke the accreditation of eight officers of the Russian permanent mission to the bloc.  "We are suspending the work of the NATO military liaison mission in Moscow. The accreditation of its employees is to be revoked starting from November 1 of this year," Lavrov said.

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 16:37:00 +0300


Turkey to switch from USA's F-35 to Russia's Su-35 and Su-57 fighter aircraft
Turkey may purchase Russian Su-35 and Su-57 fighter aircraft should the United States freeze the sale of F-16 after the F-35, Ismail Demir, the chief of Turkey's defense industry said. Dmitry Shugaev, the director of Russia's Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation, told RIA Novosti that Russia was ready to negotiate the sale of Su-35 and Su-57 fighters, should Ankara decide to buy them. "If the sale of the F-16 does not bring results, Turkey will not be left without alternatives. If necessary, the sale of Su-35 and Su-57 Russian fighter aircraft to Turkey can be negotiated at any time. Our government is doing everything to ensure our safety, and if something extra is needed, we can always find a way out," the Turkish official told Kanal 7 TV channel.

Mon, 18 Oct 2021 16:22:00 +0300


Europe unhappy with both too much and too little gas from Russia
The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, in the midst of the gas crisis, called on EU countries to unite against Russia. The closer, the warmer, he apparently means. EU wants to stand strong to force Russia to supply more gas Josep Borrell wrote in his blog that EU's energy dependence was one of the key issues in relations with Russia. "Russia is meeting its contractual obligations but does not deliver extra volumes to the EU, which led to the price increase, Borrell said. "Our energy dependency is one of the key issues in our relations with Russia. Russia is meeting its contractual obligations on gas deliveries, but is not putting additional gas into the European system as it could do, hence contributing to drive prices upward," he noted.

Fri, 15 Oct 2021 19:44:00 +0300


Americans fear Sukhoi Su-57 will 'kill their F-35
The Russian Aerospace Forces will receive several fifth-generation Su-57 fighter aircraft by the end of the year. More than 70 new aircraft will be supplied to the troops before 2027, representatives of Rostec Corporation said. The Russian state corporation thus responded to The National Interest publication, which earlier claimed in its article that the Russian army was unlikely to receive the Su-57 fighter into service until 2027. American experts assumed that the Russian Army would not see the Sukhoi Su-57 due to the high cost of aircraft production, delays and lack of funding. Rostec criticised the article in the American magazine and noted that the Su-57 was a sensible subject for the United States. The Americans fear that the Russian fighter will outperform the "world's best" F-35. Therefore, in order to discredit the new Russian aircraft, they may frequently publish information that has nothing to do with reality. 

Fri, 15 Oct 2021 17:04:00 +0300


Russian Ka-52 combat helicopters intimidate Turkey with 'death carousel'
Turkey's intentions to transfer thousands of its troops, tanks, artillery and other weapons to Syria to conduct a large-scale military operation in the northern part of the Arab Republic with an ultimate goal to possibly occupy the region, forced Russia to use military aircraft in the northern regions of the Arab Republic. Russian Ka-52 combat helicopters constantly patrol the zones of the Turkish military operation Olive Branch and Shield of the Euphrates, the regions bordering with this zone, as well as the Turkish-Syrian border.  It was reported that the Russian military repeatedly thwarted Turkey's attempts to deploy its troops to Syria, and stopped militants from moving further south. In addition, the Russian military aviation does not allow the arrival of US military in this region, even though the Americans already expressed their intentions to gain a foothold in the northern part of Syria under the pretext of the need to prevent a Turkish invasion.

Fri, 15 Oct 2021 16:14:00 +0300


Michelin brings its stars to Moscow for the first time in history
Michelin presented its Moscow guide for the first time, and the market expects a growth in demand, and therefore, prices at Moscow's Michelin restaurants. The world-famous French guide pointed out 69 catering institutions in Moscow. Nine of them were awarded one or two stars, but no restaurant received the highest possible rating.  Forty-five out of 69 restaurants mentioned by Michelin did not receive any stars, but they will be included in the guide as placed recommended to visit. Fifteen other catering institutions were included in the Bib Gourmand list - they serve excellent food at democratic prices. Three other institutions were awarded green stars for their eco-friendly approach. One Michelin star was awarded to seven restaurants - three restaurants of the White Rabbit chain, Biologie gastro bar, as well as Savva, Grand Cru and Beluga restaurants. 

Fri, 15 Oct 2021 13:44:00 +0300


Will the Russians vote for Putin in 2024?
Vladimir Putin said he did not decide yet whether he would run for yet another presidential term. Will the Russians vote for him again if he runs? Answering a question from CNBC journalist Hadley Gamble, the President of the Russian Federation said: "Yes, the [Russian] Constitution allows me to do this, to run for the next term, but no decisions have been made on this matter yet."

Thu, 14 Oct 2021 19:33:00 +0300


Turkish army prepares to invade four Syrian cities
The Turkish army has completed preparations for operations in northern Syria and is awaiting orders to launch an invasion of four Syrian cities: Manbij, Tel Tamir, Ain Isa and Tel Rifat, Turkish publication Turkiye reports.  It became known that Ankara intends to carry out an operation against the Kurds from among the supporters of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which is banned in Turkey.  According to senior Turkish officials, Moscow and Washington were supposed to redeploy Kurdish forces 30 kilometers south of the Syrian-Turkish border, but failed to do it. 

Thu, 14 Oct 2021 16:09:00 +0300


Russia to resume air traffic with 13 countries in early November
From November 9, Russia is going to lift restrictions on air traffic with four countries, spokespeople for the operational headquarters for the struggle against the coronavirus infection said. "Based on the results of the discussion and taking into account the epidemiological situation in separate countries, it was decided to remove restrictions on air traffic with Austria, Switzerland, Finland and the United Arab Emirates from November 9, 2021,” the statement said. In addition, Russia will resume flights with nine other countries, among them:

Thu, 14 Oct 2021 14:57:00 +0300