• 08 november

    The US and Ukraine vote against Russian resolution on combating glorification of Nazism

    Yelena Tsunayeva: “This can only be described as the betrayal of the national interests of Ukraine and the memory of its people”

    Yelena Sutoromina: “Rejecting any document proposed by Russia is a short-sighted policy”

  • 10 october

    October 10 — World Day Against the Death Penalty

    Yelena Sutormina: “Life-long isolation from the rest of the world is probably the most appropriate punishment for grievous crimes.”

  • 04 october

    Ukrainian TV channels go off air to protest censorship

    Alexander Malkevich: “We have been talking about censorship in Ukraine a great deal. What is happening in Ukraine in recent years can only be compared with ‘enlightened dictatorship’ dystopias”

  • 01 september

    115 years of the News Agency TASS

    Valery Fadeyev: “115 years is a serious milestone, but it’s obvious that TASS was and remains young at heart. I’m sure that our colleagues are in for new peaks and new records.”

  • 19 august

    Putin arrives in France for talks with Macron

    Veronika Krashennikova: “European elites are beginning to realize there is nothing to gain from political and economic antagonism with Russia”

  • 02 august

    Roskomnadzor to retaliate symmetrically for anti-Russia media sanctions

    Alexander Malkevich: “Our commission is ready to provide all-round support in drafting new norms and regulations. We need to emulate Western practices for regulating media outlets and the internet.”

  • 22 april

    Terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka: Almost 300 dead

    Albir Krganov: “Our hearts and prayers are with the people of Sri Lanka”

    Yelena Sutormina: “It is impossible to defeat terrorism alone: all of us must unite, regardless of our nationality, gender, social status and country we live in”

  • 16 april

    Fire at Notre-Dame de Paris

    Andrei Kovalchuk: “It is good that the front and side towers have been saved: we have high hopes that this world masterpiece can be restored.”

  • 11 april

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested in London

    Alexander Malkevich: “A man, who has challenged the state machine and who, in fact, should have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, has been left to his own devices.”

    Yelena Sutormina: “Assange should face trial in a neutral country under UN supervision, with international monitors and the media present. This would obviate pressure and likely law infringements.”

  • 28 march

    The Vilnius court passes sentence on 1991 events

    Mikhail Anichkin: “This sentence has nothing to do with justice; it is a preeminently political event. We must know how to retaliate and defend our citizens”


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