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Russia to Resume Flights to Greece Starting February 8

Russia announced recently that international flights between Moscow and Athens are set to resume from February 8. This comes as a result of the recent reduction of the number of new positive coronavirus cases reported in Greece and the amelioration...

Putin Turns Down Invitation for Greece’s Bicentennial Celebration

Russian President Vladimir Putin has reportedly turned an invitation by Greece to attend the bicentennial celebration of the country's independence on March 25. Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov confirmed that Putin will not be traveling to Athens on that date, according...

Russia Chides Greece Over Ship Inspection Off Libya

Russia reproached Greece and the European Union over the inspection of a Russian cargo vessel by Greek special forces off the coast of Libya earlier in January. The inspection by soldiers from the Hellenic Navy vessel "Adrias," which is the...

Ambassador Maslov Highlights Russian Role in Greek Revolution of 1821

Andrei Maslov, the Ambassador of Russia to Greece, explained recently his nation's role in assisting the Greeks during the War of Independence and the Greek Revolution of 1821. Speaking with Greece's OPEN tv, Maslov explained how the Russians were either...

Moscow: "US Pressures Greece and Cyprus to Adopt Stance Against Russia"

Greece, Russia and Cyprus always have had a great relationship, but Americans might want to change that, Moscow says. Maria Zakharova, the spokeswoman of the Russian Foreign Ministry, issued a series of grave allegations recently against the outgoing US administration...

Two Elderly Armenian Men Beheaded in Nagorno-Karabakh Identified

Great Britain's The Guardian newspaper has identified the two men beheaded in Armenia's Nagorno-Karabakh region in an exclusive report published on Tuesday. The elderly ethnic Armenian men had refused to leave their villages when the Azerbaijani forces who took control of...

United States Sanctions Turkey Over S-400 Missile Purchase

The United States is finally sanctioning Turkey over the fellow NATO country's purchase of the S-400 missile system from Russia in 2019, according to a statement released by the US State Department on Monday afternoon. In the document, Secretary of...

“Nation State” Hackers Try to Disrupt Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution

Adding to all of the uncertainty and hardship that the world has had to deal with since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, it now appears that a malicious nation state is attempting to hack the supply chain of...

Figurines of Demeter and Persephone Found in Russia’s Black Sea Town

Figurines representing the goddess Demeter and her daughter, Persephone, were unearthed recently at a construction site in the Black Sea resort town of Anapa, in Russia. The terracotta statuettes, along with a relief, were discovered in early November by archaeologists...