White House Reviewing Options to Respond to Russia Expelling US Diplomats - Sputnik International

The White House is looking into options to respond to Russia's decision to expel US diplomats, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said during a press briefing on Monday. © RIA Novosti. Vladimir Fedorenko. US Unlikely to Shift From Agreements on ...

Russia calls for international calm over North Korea situation - Press TV

This undated photo released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on May 30, 2017 shows a test-fire of a ballistic missile at an undisclosed location in North Korea. Russia has urged the international community against taking ...

Putin's order to expel 755 Russian diplomats will affect mostly Russians - Metro US

Over the weekend, Russian president Vladimir Putin responded to new sanctions levied by the U.S. Congress by ordering the removal of 755 American diplomats from U.S. embassies in Russia. But the vast majority of those will not be Americans but Russian ...

US Unlikely to Shift From Agreements on Syria Over Diplomats' Expulsion - Sputnik International

Moscow does not expect Washington to shift from the agreements on Syria after Russia's decision to cut the US diplomatic personnel, since combating terrorism remained a priority for both states, Viktor Ozerov, the chairman of the Defense and Security ...

Russia Says New US Sanctions Forced It to Respond - New York Times

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia met with President Trump for the first time during the Group of 20 summit meeting in Hamburg, Germany, this month. Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York Times. MOSCOW — Even as it sought to punish the United ...

Better Late Than Never: Russia's Expulsion of US Diplomats Was 'Long Overdue' - Sputnik International

Russia has taken measures to cut the US diplomatic presence in Russia by 755 personnel, choosing not to wait for President Trump to sign a new anti-Russian sanctions bill prepared by Congress. US politics expert Vladimir Vasilyev says Moscow's ...

MP: Russia to Retaliate If US Responds to Moscow Move to Cut Diplomatic Presence - Sputnik International

If the United States takes retaliatory measures in response to Russia's decision to reduce the number of US diplomatic staff, Moscow will come up with a tit-for-tat response, chairman of the Russian upper chamber of parliament's foreign affairs ...

Why are there so many US diplomats working in Russia? - BBC News

Hundreds of people work for the US in Moscow and other Russian cities. What are they all doing there? Over the weekend Russia President Vladimir Putin said that the US had to reduce its diplomatic staff in the country by more than 750 people. It was a ...