Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday signed a decree according to which The Cabinet orders a list of countries that have carried out “unfriendly actions” against Russia Which will be published in two days.
“Within two days the government of the Russian Federation will draw up a list of foreign countries that commit unfriendly actions against the Russian Federation, Russian legal entities and individuals“, Says the decree, compiled by the Russian news agency TASS.
In addition, Russian companies will have the right to pay their debts in rubles to lenders from countries included in the list prepared by the Russian government.
On the other hand, the Russian Prosecutor General confirmed on Saturday Accusation of treason and espionage of journalist Ivan Safronov To disseminate information to foreign intelligence services that could endanger the “security” of the country.
According to the research, between 2015 and 2019, Safronov “discovered” and “collected” top-secret information about Russian military-technical cooperation With the rest of its partners in the CSTO, as well as with other countries in the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans.
Thus, the prosecution asserts that Safronov ” systematically referred…
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