According to The Wall Street Journal citing U.S. officials, the Pentagon and the Department of State have developed a plan for supplying weapons to Ukraine, and are seeking approval from the White House.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Moldova at a meeting on Wednesday decided to declare Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin persona non grata.
The Constitutional Court of Moldova nullified the decree of President Igor Dodon on holding a referendum in September this year to expand the powers of the head of state.
On July 18th, Spanish police arrested the president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) Angel Maria Villar, who was also the FIFA Vice President, on suspicion of corruption, forgery of documents, and embezzlement.
Tatyana Moskalkova, who is the human rights ombudsman in the Russian Federation, believes that women should have the right to serve in the army.
The bill was passed by a majority vote of 419 for, and only 3 votes against it. The document was supported by representatives of both Republican and the Democrats parties.
The Russian Federation has increased its military presence near the border with Ukraine by three motorized infantry divisions.
Taken prisoner near Luhansk, Viktor Ageyev gave an interview to the Ukrainian news program TSN. In his interview he said that he was in the military unit for only 4 days, then signed a contract, and was transferred to the…
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Moldova did not allow the Russian delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin to fly through the country’s airspace.
Gas turbines produced by German company Siemens were supplied to the Crimea despite sanctions that prohibit European companies from supplying certain equipment to the peninsula.