Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow expects Ankara to "act first" and apologize for downing Russian fighter jet Su-24.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called on the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) member states on Tuesday to carry out coordinated policies in key sectors of their economies and to join Russia in the import substitution trend it leads.
The establishment of a single Eurasian Economic Union's (EEU) market in hydrocarbons will bring the income of up to $9 billion annually to the oil and gas industry, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday.
A local wax museum in the Serbian city of Jagodina has seen a 50 percent jump in the number of visitors since it unveiled the wax figure of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Tanjug news agency quoted the museum’s curator, Yelena Bulatovic, as saying on Monday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in the Kazakhstan's capital of Astana on Tuesday to participate in the meeting of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) Supreme Council.
Russian and Chinese companies may sign some landmark contracts during the upcoming St. Petersburg Economic Forum (SPIEF) and Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to China, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said Mon...
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The plan to strengthen cooperation between China and Russia is expected to be developed during Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to China in June, Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli said Monday.
The decision to launch negotiations on the trade regime unification agreement between the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) and Serbia may be made at the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council's meeting in Astana on May 31, Russian Presidential Aide Yuri Ushakov said Monday.
The Russian president held a phone conversation with the Greek prime minister.
The recent visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Greece sent a clear signal to the EU that Russian has allies in the bloc, including Athens, one the closest of Moscow’s allies in Europe, a French analyst said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin pursues a policy aimed at developing international cooperation and resolving conflicts, the Kremlin spokesman said.
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s prime minister has thanked the Russian President for agreeing to return a tank from a battle in the 1982 Lebanon war from which three soldiers are still missing in action. Benjamin Netanyahu issued a statement Sunday thanking Vladimir Putin. It says that after the war Syria delivered the tank to the […]
Russian President Vladimir Putin began his visit to Greece on Friday, the first EU country this year. Greece has long opposed the European policy of sanctions against Russia.
President of Finland Sauli Niinisto took the initiative to convene a meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the future president of the United States in Helsinki.
Russian President Vladimir Putin paid a two-day visit to Greece on May 27-28. On the eve of his arrival, Greek media described the measures taken for the security of the Russian president with deep interest and even admiration.
Moscow is ready to restore relations with Turkey, but the first step is up to Ankara, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. According to him, it is still unclear why Turkey hit the Russia's Su-24 military aircraft.
Russia’s ties with Holy Mount Athos and Greece in general will continue to strengthen, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on his visit to the site of Russia’s Orthodox settlement on the peninsula of Holy Mount Athos on Saturday.
Romania's Foreign Ministry said it was surprised by Russian President Vladimir Putin's stance regarding the US missile defense system recently deployed in the country.
Talks focused on trade and investment, in particular in energy and transport, and the Russian president openly expressed his country's interest in taking part in the potential privatization of Greek rail assets and the port of Thessaloniki, a major gateway into the Balkans. Show More Summary