LONDON (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Thursday he would like Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Japan to discuss the disputed Kurile Islands and the signing of a formal World War Two peace treaty.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is planning to meet with the leaders of Greece, China, and Belarus over the next few months, Presidential Aide Yuri Ushakov said Thursday.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may hold several meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the upcoming months, according to Presidential Aide Yuri Ushakov.
Russia and China may reach important agreements during Russian President Vladimir Putin's upcoming visit to China, the head of the Russian State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee, Alexei Pushkov, said Thursday.
Less than a week into the job, NATO’s new head of U.S. European Command, General Curtis Scaparrotti, has already riled allies of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Scaparrotti succeeded retiring general Philip Breedlove on Tuesday and...Show More Summary
Chinese leader Xi Jinping said Thursday he was looking forward to the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to China in June.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree which allows parties and committees to suspend lawmakers for non-attendance to parliamentary sessions, according to Russia’s official law archive website. The new regulation meansShow More Summary
A Syrian opposition party sent a letter to Vladimir Putin asking the Russian president to stop the war in Syria by putting pressure on terrorists.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will discuss the issue of the Kuril Islands during the Japanese leader's visit to Russia on May 6, but immediate progress in the issue are unlikely, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Wednesday.
To Russian President Vladimir Putin, the mammoth Vostochny cosmodrome in the far eastern Siberian taiga illustrates the nation's ongoing role as a space pioneer. The desolate area six time zones from Moscow provides ample space away from most communities to launch rockets carrying small cargo such...
Russian pro-Kremlin biker group Night Wolves have managed to enter the EU covertly on their way to Berlin, despite Poland refusing them entry, Russian state news agency Itar-Tass reports. Night Wolves, who count Russian President Vladimir...Show More Summary
“I think he [Russian President Vladimir Putin] said some really nice things. He called me a genius. He said Trump’s a genius. Okay. So, you know, that’s nice.” —Donald Trump, interview with Bill O’Reilly, April 28, 2016 Donald Trump, the front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination, has reveled in what he considers high praise from […]
Russian President Vladimir Putin has just carried out a major reshuffling of the country's law enforcement in attempts to take an even stronger grasp of the country, the Financial Times reports. In a sudden reshuffle, Putin has dismissed...Show More Summary
The Russian president, having long taken credit for boom times and cultivated an image of prowess, finds himself unable to end the nation’s longest recession since he came to power.
The Russian President has signed a law on Monday offering land plots of 1 hectare (2.5 acres) in the country’s Far East to citizens - for free.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s annual “direct line” conversation with the nation was still going strong when the joking began on social media. “Question: ‘Everyone has had to make cuts to their household budgets recently. What have...Show More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday congratulated Orthodox Christians and all citizens of Russia on the Easter, the Kremlin’s press service said.
Having watched Russian TV both online and while in Russia I can say unequivocally the two stars of Russian television are Vladimir Putin and SpongeBob SquarePants. Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures while answering a question during his annual televised call-in show in central Moscow on April 14, 2016. / AFP / [...]
Commenting on the evolving situation in the Syrian conflict, Die Welt suggests that the main conclusion Western leaders should reach from recent developments is that Russian President Vladimir Putin will 'never' voluntarily abandon support for Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the military-industrial complex is the national pride of Russia.