Kazakhstan is unlikely to face serious problems after long-time President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s resignation, experts told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Venezuela’s National Assembly, which is under the control of the opposition, has announced a state of emergency amid the sweeping power outage in the country. The current authorities labeled the ongoing blackout an act of sabotage and the result of US cyber attack.
However, Pyongyang’s and Washington’s views continue to be diametrically opposed, and chances are high that they will agree to disagree, the expert said
The results of parliamentary elections in Moldova, which will be held on Sunday, will determine the direction in which Chisinau’s foreign policy will develop over the next four years, and it will all depend on whether citizens want to see the president’s pro-Russia socialists to rise as the dominant political force or the ruling pro-European democrats to remain on its course westward
Izvestia: Moscow believes imminent White Helmets false flag may delay US exit from Syria
Venezuelan authorities intend to hold dialogue with the opposition led by Juan Guaido but President Nicolas Maduro’s opponents are rejecting talks, Venezuelan Ambassador to Russia Carlos Rafael Faria Tortosa told Izvestia. He added that Caracas was determined to take part in meetings on Venezuela that would be held in the coming months. However, it is unclear if the opposition will participate.
Venezuela’s Constitution affirms the principles of what democratic governance is all about – based on fundamental freedoms, equity, justice under law, and the nation’s sovereign independence
Political confrontation in Venezuela is entering into a prolonged phase after the United States’ aborted attempt to stage an instant government coup, analyst Igor Pshenichnikov, of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISI), told TASS on Tuesday.