Have US citizens committed war crimes in Ukraine?
© AFP / Anatoli Stepanov According to independent experts, some forty American citizens participated in military activities in the Donbass. This is the explosive file that the United States Department of Justice opened, while the FBI and the US Justice investigate acts committed by seven US nationals who have committed themselves as volunteers in 2015 at the beginning of The Donbass War, in Ukrainian paramilitary groups of extreme right.
Russia-USA / Putin (TV): Russia threatened by Western military support at Ukraine-Putin
by Vladimir Soldatkin and Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber
Moscow, 21 October (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that the military development of Ukraine supported by the West was a serious threat to Russia, whereas the leader of the Pentagon posted his support to Kiev and powered the Ukrainian aspirations to integrate NATO.
He felt that the visit Tuesday to Kiev of the US Secretary to Defense, Lloyd Austin, in which he said that no third countries could oppose the will of Ukraine to integrate the NATO, opened the way for such membership.
Gas Crisis: Putin has responsibility back and submits offer
The Russian President Vladimir Putin has again recruited for a quick commissioning of the pipeline Nord Stream 2 - this time before an international audience on the Russian energy week in Moscow.
that it becomes the case or not, said Vladimir Putin in front of Russian experts and journalists, the interests of Russia are targeted.
"A formal adhesion (from Ukraine) to NATO may not take place, but the military development of its territory is already underway," said Russian President. "And that really represents a threat to Russia. We are aware of that".
Since the annexation of Crimea by Russia in 2014, followed in the stride by the beginning of the conflict between pro-Russian government and separatist forces in Donbass, the United States is the most powerful support of Ukraine.
During his visit to Kiev, Lloyd Austin reproached Moscow to be the "obstacle to a peaceful outcome" of the conflict in the east of Ukraine.
The Kremlin repeats that Ukraine's adhesion to the Transatlantic Alliance represents a "red line".
Vladimir Putin proposes to increase Russian gas exports to Europe
© - Mikhail Metzel Russian President Vladimir Putin during the Russian Energy Week in Moscow on October 13, 2021. in Russia, Vladimir Putin reacted this Wednesday 13 October on the rise in gas prices in Europe by proposing an increase in Russian gas exports. These statements arrive after several days of criticism from Moscow on the energy policy of the European Union.
This week, Russia has broken its diplomatic relations with NATO as a result of the Alliance's decision to expel eight members of the Russian diplomatic mission considered as spies.
NATO has adopted a new master plan on Thursday to defend against a possible attack of Russia on several fronts, thus wanting to reaffirm its deterrent to Moscow.
During the questions and answers session organized Thursday, which lasted several hours, Vladimir Putin was more playful when he referred to his relations with the administration of his American counterpart Joe Biden.
He stated that the discussions between Moscow and Washington on strategic stability and cybersecurity advanced in the right direction, adding that the summit held with Joe Biden last June had been productive. (French version Jean Terzian)
G20: In videoconferencing, Putin and XI call for the mutual recognition of .
vaccines © - Evgeniy Paulin Speech by Russian President Vladimir Putin, from Moscow, on the occasion of the G20 summit, in Rome, this Saturday 30 October 2021 . China and Russia are the great absentees of the first presentrente summit organized by the G20 since the beginning of the CVIV-19 crisis, this weekend in Rome. But Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin had each prepared a speech for their counterparts on Saturday, October 30. Both pleaded for mutual reconnaissance of vaccines.