The Russian Federation Council has voted to approve the use of the country's army in military operations abroad, RIA Novosti agency has said.
Russia is trying to establish "some kind of a coordination network" to cooperate with Middle Eastern countries in the fight against Islamic State, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said.
Russian aircraft are delivering military supplies to Syria as well as humanitarian aid, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Thursday.
Bulgaria’s ban on Syria-bound flights of Russian aircraft carrying humanitarian aid will lead to an increase in the number of refugees from the war-torn country, Moscow said on Thursday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday it is early to speak about a possible participation of the country in military operations against the Islamic State (IS) group.
Military exercises involving troops from Russia, Serbia and Belarus are due this year, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu has said.
Russia has destroyed some 597 tonnes of food products illegally imported from blacklisted countries since August 6, statistics show.
Moscow has added five European countries to its food imports ban list introduced in response to Western sanctions against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine.
Russian Economy Minister Aleksei Ulyukayev has said Moscow might have to review its current economic growth forecast after the country's Q2 gross domestic output contracted more than expected.
The construction of the first branch of the proposed Turkish Stream gas pipeline will cost EUR 4.
The United States on Friday announced an expansion of the list of sanctions imposed on Russia by including a oil and gas field.
Moscow has sent two offers to Ankara relating to the Turkish Stream project, apparently showing readiness to decouple the construction of a pipeline for gas deliveries to Turkey from the proposed pipes for transit of Russian gas to Europe.
At least 23 troops have been killed as the Russian Airborne Troops training centre barracks collapsed in the Omsk region on Sunday.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak has said his country is considering options to provide direct energy supplies to Greece.
Russia will start construction of its own Mistral-class amphibious assault ships in 2020, a Defense Ministry source has told a Russian news website.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras have discussed the outcome of the bailout referendum held in Greece the day before, the Kremlin said on Monday.
Gazprom halted gas deliveries to Ukraine on Wednesday and said it won’t resume supplies until Kiev makes a pre-payment.
President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree to extend the ban on certain food imports from the US, the European Union, Australia, Canada, and Norway by one year in response to the EU’s decision to prolong the sanctions against Moscow.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for a stop to the ultimatums posed to his country at a speech held at the International Economic Forum in Saint Petersburg Friday.
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