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US considers three sanctions packages on Turkey over Russian S-400 systems
US President Donald Trump’s administration is weighing three packages of sanctions against Turkey over Ankara’s decision to acquire advanced Russian-made S-400 missile defense systems.
Russia censures MH17 probe’s findings as groundless
Russia's Foreign Ministry has decried as “groundless” the accusations made by an international team investigating the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
Switzerland eyes great potential for developing trade with Russia
Swiss companies consider Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union as an important market with a high growth potential, the head of Switzerland’s Department of Foreign Affairs Ignazio Cassis said in an interview with TASS published on Wednesday.
Russia warns US against attempts to provoke war with Iran
Russia has urged the United States to drop its “provocative” plans to deploy more troops to the Middle East, warning Washington against its “conscious” course of attempts to “provoke war” with Iran.
Russia slams latest US nuke test allegations as 'unfounded', 'cover up'
Russia has slammed as “unfounded” repeated US claims accusing Moscow of conducting nuclear tests beyond the the "zero yield" limit agreed in a nuclear test ban treaty, insisting that the move serves as a “cover up” for Washington’s own plans to withdraw from the agreement.
Iran, Russia sign nine pacts to expand economic ties
Tehran and Moscow signed nine agreements in the closing ceremony of the 15th joint economic cooperation meeting of Iran and Russia in the central city of Isfahan on Tuesday.
Kremlin says report on US cyber attack on Russia’s power grid worrying
The Kremlin has described as quite worrying a New York Times report alleging that the United States has escalated its cyber attacks against Russia through incorporating malicious software into Russian power systems.
Russia says dialogue only way to achieve peace on Korean Peninsula
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says dialogue is the "only possible way" to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula and that Russia will work to promote the negotiation process to resolve the crisis in the region.
Minister: Moscow eager for stronger economic ties with Tehran
Russian Minister for North Caucasus Affairs Sergei Chebotarev reiterated on Monday that his country is eyeing stronger economic relations with Iran, and asked the two countries to appoint special envoys to follow up the expansion of bilateral ties.
Turkey’s Erdogan: Russian S-400 systems to arrive in July
Turkey’s president says advanced Russian S-400 missile defense systems will begin arriving in the country in July, despite threats by the United States over the defense exchange.
Iran, Russia, Azerbaijan to boost trilateral cooperation
Presidents of Iran, Russia, and Azerbaijan will convene in the Russian resort city of Sochi in August to further work on ways to boost tripartite cooperation to form a strong regional bloc of trade and transit.
Russia, India enhance China's trade within SCO amid tariff war
China's trade volume with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) stood at $337 billion in 2018, a rise of $47 billion since 2013, with Russia and India emerging as Beijing's biggest trading partners within the Eurasian bloc, according to a recent study by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization United Center for Business Cooperation, a copy of which was provided exclusively to CGTN Digital.

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