Russia’s Putin increases number of troops
Russian President Vladimir Putin has increased number of soldiers in army by about 170,000, bringing total number of military personnel to over 2 million 209,000
Putin to join virtual G20 summit
Moscow says Russian leader Vladimir Putin will join his global counterparts at G20 via video link next week
New sanctions against Russia from G7
The G7 Foreign Ministers reached a unanimous consensus to sustain and strengthen their robust support for Ukraine, while concurrently imposing rigorous economic sanctions on Russia
Putin to run again in 2024 elections
Russian President Vladimir Putin will run again in the elections in 2024, according to reports. While Putin is expected to announce his candidacy this month, there was no statement from the Kremlin regarding the claims.
Warm Muslim greeting from Russian President Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin responded to the words of Mufti Albir Kurganov, Chairman of the Spiritual Assembly of Russian Muslims, "as-salamu alaikum" by saying "alaikum as-salam" during a meeting with Muslim clerics. Putin also criticized Ukrainian politicians over the annexation of Crimea and the Israel-Palestine war.
War warning from Russia’s Putin
While the loss of life in Gaza, where the Israel-Hamas conflict is taking place, is increasing day by day, Israel's bombardments continue. Meanwhile, a critical war warning came from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Erdogan and Putin discussed Gaza
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The two leaders discussed the latest situation and solutions in Gaza, which has been under Israeli bombardment for 18 days.
Attack in Gaza catastrophe: Russia's Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin called the Israeli attack on the hospital in Gaza a terrible catastrophe and added that all countries should focus on the possibility of starting some contacts and negotiations
Russian leader threatens US and EU
Russian President Vladimir Putin drew attention to the fact that Western countries, especially the United States, constantly warned them. He also emphasized that no one, including the European Union, can give orders to Russia.
Parliament adopts Armenia's Rome Statute
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian had the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court adopted by the parliament. Russian President Vladimir Putin will be arrested the moment he sets foot in Armenia.
Putin seeks new leader for Wagner
Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Andrei Troshev, one of Wagner's former commanders and Prigojin's deputy, in the Kremlin. Russian Deputy Defence Minister Yunus-Bek Yevkurov was reportedly present at the meeting between the two.
Putin hates democracy: Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton has issued a warning that Russian President Vladimir Putin could interfere in the upcoming 2024 elections, saying she has "no doubt" that he has done so before.
Russia accusation against South Korea: Sources
The Russian Embassy in North Korea’s Seoul accused South Korea of ‘anti-Russianism’ and said that they are deeply concerned about Seoul's behavior.
Putin and Aliyev's first post-victory meeting
The victory of Azerbaijan, which ended the 31-year occupation in Karabakh in one day, made an impact. Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Russian President Vladimir Putin met for the first time after the war. The two leaders evaluated the Karabakh victory.
‘Putin's closest man poisoned and in coma'
There are remarkable allegations about the health condition of Chechnya President Ramzan Kadyrov. It is claimed that Kadyrov was poisoned by his doctor and the Chechen leader who realized the situation buried the doctor alive. Ukrainian Intelligence also confirmed these reports and reported that Kadyrov's condition is bad.
‘Putin's mysterious illness revealed’
Russian President Vladimir Putin is alleged ‘very ill’. The German press, analyzing the state of his body during his meeting with North Korean leader Kim, claimed that the Russian leader had Parkinson's disease as well as cancer.
'Wagner's mediator' to meet with Putin in Moscow
Lukashenko, who is stated to be the person who ended the rebellion started by Russian mercenary group Wagner’s leader Yevgeny Prigozhin as a mediator, will visit Russia. It was reported that Lukashenko will discuss international and regional problems and economic relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Full support to Putin from North Korea
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un made statements after his meeting with Russian President Putin. Kim stated that Putin is waging a holy struggle and announced his full support for the leader.
Critical meeting of Kim and Putin begins
The whole world was waiting for the meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The leaders came together in a tacit denial of allegations that Russia would supply North Korea with weapons for use in the war in Ukraine.
US reacts to Putin-Kim meeting
The United States (US) reacted to the meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Calling on North Korea not to supply weapons to Russia for use in the war in Ukraine, the Washington administration threatened to trigger new US sanctions.