Politics

Navalny’s team called on the U.S. to impose new sanctions
Politics

Navalny’s team called on the U.S. to impose new sanctions

Associates of the Russian opposition leader discuss the sanctions list of 6 thousand people in Washington. The team of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has called on U.S. senators to consider a new package of sanctions, using a more “subtle” approach aimed at middle-level government officials and public figures in connection with the war in...
White House: Pyongyang may conduct missile or nuclear tests during Biden’s visit to Asia
Politics

White House: Pyongyang may conduct missile or nuclear tests during Biden’s visit to Asia

The White House also said that the U.S. president will not visit the demilitarized zone (DMZ), which separates North and South Korea, during his visit to Seoul. According to the U.S. intelligence community, North Korea may test–fire a nuclear bomb or test-launch an intercontinental ballistic missile this week – that is, before, during or after...
The United States has resumed the work of its embassy in Kyiv
Politics

The United States has resumed the work of its embassy in Kyiv

Secretary of State Antony Blinken noted that “additional measures have been put forward to improve the safety of employees who return to Kyiv, as well as security measures and protocols have been strengthened.” The U.S. authorities on Wednesday, after a three-month break, resumed the work of their embassy in Kiev, took additional measures to ensure...
The Senate Committee approved the candidacy of Bridget Brink for the post of ambassador to Ukraine
Politics

The Senate Committee approved the candidacy of Bridget Brink for the post of ambassador to Ukraine

The position of the American ambassador to this country remained vacant for three years. The Senate Foreign Affairs Committee unanimously approved Bridget Brink’s candidacy for the post of ambassador to Ukraine and plans to seek her early approval by the full Senate. It is expected that Brink will easily receive approval for this position, which...
Biden goes to South Korea and Japan
Politics

Biden goes to South Korea and Japan

The attention of the U.S. administration to the Indo-Pacific region indicates that it is still a priority for Washington. The U.S. President Joe Biden will embark on his first trip to Asia since taking office on Thursday, during which he will visit South Korea and Japan. In Seoul, Biden will meet with newly inaugurated South...
The United States removes some of the visa and financial restrictions from Cuba
Politics

The United States removes some of the visa and financial restrictions from Cuba

Washington will also support gratuitous money transfers to Cuban entrepreneurs. The American administration has decided to grant Cubans more migration visas so that they can reunite with relatives living in the United States. This is stated in a written statement issued by the head of the press service of the Department of State, Ned Price....
The U.S. authorities have stated that they are determined to support the sovereignty of the Central Asian countries
Politics

The U.S. authorities have stated that they are determined to support the sovereignty of the Central Asian countries

In addition, as noted by Dean Thompson, First Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, Washington is aimed at realizing the economic potential of the region. The United States hopes to develop cooperation with the countries of Central Asia, intends to support their sovereignty and the realization of their economic potential....