The results of the first round of Georgian presidential elections have demonstrated that the United National Movement party (supporters of former Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili) may be able to come into power on the wave of society’s dissatisfaction with the policies of the ruling party. However, this does not mean that the former president’s return is likely, Russian political experts told TASS.
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Turkish President Erdogan announced on October 7 that Ankara had closed the chapter of IMF credits. Speaking to Sputnik, Turkish politicians and a Russian economist have shared their views on Ankara’s decision to bring an end to its dependence on the West.
Washington says that the Syrian government forces may carry out a chemical weapons attack in Idlib and warned that such actions will have serious consequences
The expert recalled that Maduro and his predecessor Hugo Chavez incensed Washington when they took control of the country’s oil industry, which had been earlier owned by American big businesses
MOSCOW, September 1. /TASS/. The former head of Russia’s security service FSB, lawmaker Nikolai Kovalyov, believes that the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) could be behind Friday’s blast that killed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) leader Alexander Zakharchenko.
With the United States recklessly wielding its sanctions on a number of countries of late, Russia has quickly responded by strengthening cooperation with other nations such as Iran and Turkey.
Though the active interactions enable Moscow to establish closer ties externally, no major changes can be expected until fundamental problems are resolved, Russian experts said.