... for support and understanding, but he started blaming everyone but the Russians,
, 44, told AFP.
She packed her bags and returned to Ukraine despite the war.
In Serbia, where simmering hatred towards
and the US has led many to side with Moscow, the
propaganda has found a willing audience.
Although most of Europe has tried to clamp down on Russian news outlets, they flourish in Serbia, where state-backed media often parrot the
I think the truth is somewhere in ...
... punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
Russian authorities accused her of smuggling significant amounts of a narcotic substance, an offense punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
is currently being held in a pre-trial detention center north of Moscow. Her detention has been extended for six months pending the trial's outcome, according to her lawyer.
This week, the US national security adviser
is wrongfully detained, unjustly detained and we have made that ...
... Company to be a new Russian company, which will decide if foreign stakeholders can remain.
is the consortium behind the Sakhalin 2 oil and gas project in Russia's far east. It has several foreign participants. Other participants must ask Moscow for a new stake within a month, and those who decide not to take part may not be offered compensation.
Russia's state-owned gas company
GAZP, which owns about 50% of
, will be allowed to keep its stake.
... President Vladimir Putin, the new firm will take over all rights and obligations of Sakhalin Energy Investment Co, which the two Japanese companies and
hold just under a 50% stake.
The 5-sided decree, which comes with Western sanctions on Moscow over the invasion of Ukraine, indicates that it is up to the
to decide whether foreign shareholders are to remain in the consortium.
has a 12.5% stake in the project and
holds a 10% stake, while
holds 27.5%, minus ...
Russian President Vladimir Putin right and Indonesian President Joko Widodo shake hands after their meeting in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia on June 30, 2022.
right and Indonesian President
shake hands after their meeting in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia on June 30, 2022.
, POOL AP PHOTO MOSCOW Russian ...
... energy companies are in talks with
to buy its stake in the project.
spokeswoman wasn't able to offer any immediate comment.
The world is struggling with rising fuel prices as Putin steps up the use of gas as a weapon, and any attempt by Moscow to take over energy assets could rile markets further. Western energy firms are trying to leave Russian projects, but are struggling to find willing buyers.
Other Russian energy assets with foreign owners include the Sakhalin 1 oil project and ...
... diplomatic war between the West and Russia has intensified since.
In March, Bulgaria expelled twelve Russian diplomats, accusing them of violating
the Vienna Convention
Around 400 diplomats have been expelled from 28 countries since the launch of Moscow's military operation in Ukraine on February 24, according to
the Russian Foreign Ministry
in late April. Russia regards the expulsions as unfriendly actions or, in the words of Foreign Minister
, as acts of boorishness. Moscow has ...
... agreed that it is the West that is putting it up this time.
Western powers are trying to cut off Russian and Belarus over the conflict in Ukraine, which is why a new Iron Curtain is going up across Europe. The
destroyed all of the relations with Moscow it had been building for decades, Russian Foreign Minister
said on Thursday in Minsk.
, the foreign minister of Belarus, said the Iron Curtain is now being erected by Westerners. He stated that he was not referring ...