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Lukashenko: Belarus will not fight on foreign soil

Minsk is connected by allied commitments with CSTO countries, but to fight for their interests on the territory of foreign States will not be Belarus, said President Alexander Lukashenko. © RIA Novosti. Viktor Tolochko Belarus committed to allied commitments in the military sphere, but will not fight on the territory …

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Poroshenko Ukrainians lied about the meeting with Obama

Ukrainian journalist Tetyana Vysotska says that nicoledestiny the meeting, Poroshenko and Obama, which earlier said the administration of President of Ukraine was not. “Poroshenko shook hands and was photographed with Obama, but only during the photographing in the framework of a working dinner with the heads of all the delegations …

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Not in our land perished once

Warsaw is gradually becoming a leading force in Eastern Europe, and will do its utmost to prevent Russia to establish relations with the countries of the region. Especially, if the power of Brussels will weaken and the EU will gradually become a “social club”. The other day, the head of …

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Soviet monuments hostage to the political crisis in Poland

Political analyst Yuri Solozobov — the reasons for the demolition of Soviet monuments and the constitutional crisis in Poland The Polish Institute of national remembrance (IPN), investigating crimes against the people of the country in the coming weeks will inform the authorities developed a draft of 500 demolition of Soviet …

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The U.S. Congress can help protect Russia

Military tension in Europe is growing Russia is alarmed by the increasing American military contingent in Eastern Europe, where in 2017 the U.S. could be deployed one armoured brigade. According to representatives of the Foreign Ministry, it will lead to “a significant deterioration of the situation in the military sphere”. …

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Fully justified: Serbian politician Vojislav šešelj are released

Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, which a week ago was sentenced to 40 years in prison of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, today met one of his closest associates, Vojislav Seselj. The court considered the evidence gathered against the leader of the Radical party of Serbia, insufficient and contradictory. …

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Time: don’t let Putin destroy NATO

In Time magazine James Foley, the former Vice chief of staff of the Alliance, calls on NATO to strengthen its “deterrent power”. For the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and its member countries have come to define the times. Rightly called the most successful military Alliance in history, NATO is currently …

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