Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno said, commenting on the situation around North Korea, that Pyongyang "may stage more provocations in the future, including nuclear tests ...
The dollar rose by 26 kopecks to 58.18 rubles at the opening of trading on the Moscow Exchange on Monday. Thus, the Maranta ship with 5,300 tonnes of soybeans has called at the port of Ravenna in ...
Japan approved a new package of sanctions on Russia over the situation in Ukraine, banning 21 organizations associated with the defense industry and banning the export of chemical weapons-related ...
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"We develop mechanisms to counter contemporary threats to the security of our countries together," the Belarusian Security Council state secretary noted ...
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It's very important that Moscow hears from us and knows from us that the consequences would be horrific, Antony Blinken said ...
The 66th Annual Regular Session of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) General Conference will kick off in the Austrian capital of Vienna on Monday. According to an IAEA statement, ...
Russia and Ukraine supported the idea of IAEA employees’ permanent presence at the Zaporozhye NPP, Mikhail Ulyanov said ...
The center-right coalition, which brings together the Brothers of Italy, League and Forza Italia parties, is garnering about 44% in the Senate election ...
"There are no talks because Russia has not demonstrated any willingness in this moment to engage in meaningful discussions," Blinken noted, when asked if there currently were any talks on Ukraine with ...
The Washington administration has a plan for Russia’s possible use of nuclear weapons, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in an interview with CBS News. When asked if the administration had a ...
So far, Rafael Grossi has defined only a broad conceptual framework, with a message of the need to take effective measures to prevent a nuclear disaster, Mikhail Ulyanov said ...
According to the mission, the Kiev, Kuibyshev, Kirov and Lenin districts of Donetsk particularly came under attack ...