Western elites and their lackeys in the media despise Russian president Vladimir Putin and they make no bones about it. The reasons for this should be fairly obvious.
Turkey’s economy has been in increasingly difficult straits for months, especially since the failed July 2016 coup attempt.
At the SCO summit in Bishkek, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused Pakistan of supporting terrorism and did not exchange courtesies with Imran Khan. Resentment after the February flare-up in Kashmir is still fresh
It is time to shout the guard and beat all the bells.
The G-20 summit is traditionally one of the most iconic world events, to which everyone’s attention is riveted. From November 30 to December 1, this global forum will be held in the capital of Argentina - Buenos Aires.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit opened in Singapore on Wednesday, in which Russian President Vladimir Putin is taking part.
A day earlier, the Russian president had a bilateral meeting with his Singaporean counterpart, Halima Jakob. The leaders of the states attended the groundbreaking ceremony of the Russian Cultural Center. The head of the Russian state noted that the construction and opening of the center will serve the purpose of developing bilateral relations.