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On Tuesday, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Russia would not agree to continue operating the International Space Station (ISS) beyond 2020. US officials have stated that they would like the ISS collaboration to last until at least 2024.
In the wake of new sanctions levied against his country by the US, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin has taken to social media to suggest that American astronauts should consider exploring alternative methods of transportation to the International Space Station.
Russia's deputy prime minister vowed to punish "sleepy" security officials who were caught dozing off in photos taken by bloggers.
By From news reports President Dmitri Medvedev of Russia, defying pressure from the West, announced Tuesday that Moscow had decided to recognize two rebel regions of Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia, as independent states.
BRUSSELS, Belgium - NATO pulled its punches against Russia on Tuesday, suspending formal contacts as punishment for the Georgia invasion but bucking U.S. pressure for more severe penalties. The Russian Ambassador to NATO played down the impact of the emergency meeting of the Western alliance.
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By MATTHEW LEE By Matthew Lee The Associated Press BRUSSELS, Belgium NATO pulled its punches against Russia on Tuesday, suspending formal contacts as punishment for the Georgia invasion but bucking U.S. pressure for more severe penalties.
A missile defense shield system the United States hopes to deploy in Eastern Europe is like "a dead cat," a Russian diplomat says. Dmitry Rogozin, Russia's ambassador to NATO, says Poland and the Czech Republic, which have agreed to host elements of a U.S.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said he knows the planned U.S. missile defense system is directed toward Moscow, but will continue talks with all parties.
NATO's stand on the Russia-Georgia clash likely will affect relations with the international treaty alliance, the Russian NATO ambassador said Thursday. Dmitry Rogozin also accused Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili of war crimes and some members of the Western media of complicity.
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