Schroeder who is chairman of the Nord Stream II pipeline project says the EU and the US are putting obstacles to the project
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin hold joint news conference after talks in Russian city of Sochi
Russian President gave very little away about what to expect from his term, analyst tells Euronews.
As tensions increase over the suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria, the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has urged against 'any steps which could lead to an escalation of tensions.'
Vladimir Chizov says the events purported to be a chemical attack in Syria's Eastern Ghouta region were staged
How Russia’s growing soft power among Western populists has been underestimated.
The British prime minister responds to questions on Russian diplomats and Russian interference in international elections.
As EU countries and the US expel Russian diplomats, and with Moscow saying it will respond, where do relations go from here?
Western coordinated action against Russia has been taken to a new level, now it's time to follow the money, writes the Atlantic Council's Anders Åslund.
The EU has recalled its ambassador to Moscow after leaders agreed it was "highly likely" Russia was responsible for a nerve agent attack in the UK.The European Council of EU leaders said there was "no plausible alternative".
Putin will use Russia's World Cup to bolster his image like Hitler did with the 1936 Olympics, says Boris Johnson, Britain's foreign minister.
But French president Macron had strong words for Russia over the assassination attempt, while meeting Merkel on Friday.
In this edition of State of the Union with host Stefan Grobe: The spy poisoning case in Britain has all the potential to become a major diplomatic
Vladimir Chizhov also said he deplored the tone in Britain's parliament, and that "a language of ultimatums will not work" with Russia.
The Russian president says he'll discuss the Salisbury spy case once UK authories have dealt with it.
The European Union continues to support Kiev with aid and Russian sanctions, says the bloc's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini.
A source close has confirmed to Reuters that a man who is critically ill after exposure to an unidentified substance was a former Russian spy.
Russian foreign minister says EU is forcing Belgrade to chose between Moscow and Brussels.
A fractured West is undermining its own security--that's the feeling of many of those attending this year's Munich Conference.
As NATO ministers wrap up two days of talks, the 54th Munich Security Conference is set to kick off. This year's focus is on the European Union and its future role as a global actor.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
Relations between Moscow and Brussels are the lowest they've ever been, but do figures released ahead of Valentine’s Day give reason for hope?
Russia has been accused of meddling in the “democratic processes” of European countries, something Russian leaders have dismissed as “absurd” or “pulled out of thin air”.
Critics of Chisinau’s crackdown on Russian news programmes say it denies Moldovans a fundamental right.
"Achieving a world free of nuclear weapons is easier said than done, and there is a risk that some attempts to do so could prove self-defeating"
The European Union has imposed sanctions on three more Russians, including Deputy Energy Minister Andrei Cherezov, over the delivery of Siemens' turbines to Moscow-annexed Crimea.