Putin to hold meeting of security council on Monday
The Russian president, Vladimir Putin, will hold a meeting of his security council on Monday, the Kremlin’s spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov, has said.
The Kremlin says Putin will hold a security council session on Monday, in the first instance of him actually planning to do anything since the Crimean bridge was struck.https://t.co/GRyMWKF7r0
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Russia’s FSB security service said on Sunday it had seen a “considerable increase” in Ukrainian fire into its territory in recent days, claiming one person had been killed and five wounded over the past week.
Agence France-Presse reports:
Since the start of October, the number of attacks from Ukrainian armed formations on Russia’s…
This article was written by Maya Yang (now); Joe Middleton and Helen Pidd (earlier) and originally published on www.theguardian.com