Russian President Vladimir Putin has yet to congratulate Joe Biden following his victory in the U.S. presidential election and the Russian government will not do so until “official results” are announced.
The Russian government is waking up to the reality of having to hand over $50 billion worth of assets to the former shareholders of oil giant Yukos, according to details that emerged in a U.S. court this week.
Russian President Vladimir Putin can be expected to face protests over his decision to push forward with a vote on constitutional amendments that could keep him in power until 2036.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, recently stated that he is currently hospitalized with COVID-19.
Russia's Constitutional Court in mid-March approved several constitutional measures that could allow current President Vladimir Putin to remain in office until 2036.
Constitutional reform in Russia will allow President Vladimir Putin to stay in power for another 12 years after his current term ends in 2024.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday backed a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow him to seek re-election after his current term ends in 2024, ending uncertainty about his future.
Russia voiced hope Friday that the U.S. administration wouldn't publish private conversations between the two nations' presidents, like it did with Ukraine.