With the “masks off,” the collective West is now eagerly showing its “bestial grin,” Dmitry Peskov says
The battle for Bakhmut has become the focus of Russia's winter campaign to capture Ukraine's eastern region, with both sides describing it as Europe's bloodiest infantry battle since World War Two.
During the conversation, the president conveyed that Pakistan remained deeply concerned over the conflict in Ukraine.
U.S. President Joe Biden will meet leaders of NATO's eastern flank on Wednesday to show support for their security after Moscow suspended a landmark nuclear arms control treaty.
Russia said on Wednesday it had broken through two fortified Ukrainian defence lines on the eastern front, with Kyiv describing conditions there as difficult and Western allies announcing more military aid including artillery rounds.
The Foreign Minister, Bilawal Bhutto has reached Russia on his two-day official visit to discuss bilateral trade between the two countries.
Kiev’s Western “masters” are to blame, Sergey Naryshkin says
Mark Milley visited a German camp to oversee the Pentagon’s newly expanded training program
A Ukrainian drone was destroyed near Sevastopol in Crimea, Governor Mikhail Razvozhayev said on Saturday morning.
War in Ukraine is going on despite Russian leader Vladimir Putin unilaterally ordering his forces to pause attacks for 36 hours for the Orthodox Christmas.
The West needs to brace for a protracted conflict between Ukraine and Russia, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Sunday, insisting that arms shipments to Kiev must continue.
Kiev said Friday it repelled a nighttime drone attack from Russia, a day after Moscow launched a new wave of missile strikes in the run-up to New Year celebrations.