"The EU commission fully rejects any false claims that attempt to distort the history of the Second World War or paint the victims like Poland as perpetrators," said EU commissioner Věra Jourová.
The Kremlin put it out to mark Russia president Vladimir Putin's 20th year in power.
The Kremlin-loyal parliament is likely to approve Mikhail Mishustin for the role.
Has Croatia's biggest trial of the decade handed Russia the keys to Europe? As the country takes over the Presidency of the European Union, fears that this is the case are rising.
The commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA) Khalifa Haftar and the Government of National Accord (GNA) Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj left Moscow on Tuesday without reaching an agreement on a ceasefire deal proposed by Russia and Turkey.
Putin said he expected the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to ship Russian gas to Germany to be finished by the end of 2021 despite delays caused by US sanctions.
The 35-year-old skater was left in a life-threatening condition after a fall during rehearsals for the Youth Winter Olympics in Lausanne.
The new pipeline will transport 31.5 billion cubic metres of gas from Russia to Turkey and on to Eastern Europe per year.
Russia and Belarus have reached an agreement for limited oil supplies following the decision from Moscow earlier this week to stop providing crude oil.
Moscow sends 88% of its rubbish to landfill. Now the city is trying to do something about it.
It's to honour World War II anti-Soviet leader Stepan Bandera
From the Beslan school siege to the Sochi Winter Olympics, here are the main events marking Vladimir Putin’s 20 years in power.
The two suspects had recorded a video swearing their allegiance to the IS.
Moscow decorates city with artificial snow in warmest winter since 1886.
The U.S. withdrew from the accord last year and imposed crippling economic sanctions that block Iran from selling crude oil abroad.
Hundreds of Syrians in Turkey gathered outside the Russian consulate in Istanbul on Saturday to protest about Russian backed Syrian government offensive in the Idlib province. The bombardments have caused 230,000 people to be displaced in just two weeks.
The team of Russian president Vladimir Putin emerged victorious from the December 25 encounter in Moscow.
In two separate cases, Russian authorities raided Alexei Navalny's offices in Moscow on Thursday, while one of his allies was forcibly conscripted.
Ukrainian officials say the first Russian train to arrive at Sevastapol illegally carried people across the Ukrainian border.
Putin congratulated construction workers, saying the bridge has "proven Russia's ability to carry out large-scale infrastructure projects."
Protesters have gathered in Minsk to show their opposition to talks between Russia and Belarus to deepen economic ties.
The picture was the latest in a series of football-themed street works by a local artist called TVBOY.
The death toll from the attack near FSB's HQ in Moscow has risen. It comes as authorities revealed the identity of the attacker.
Putin said Russia’s Olympic doping ban was unjustified and warned that global warming could be “a disaster” for northern territories.
Wagner Group contractors are accused of fighting alongside General Khalifa Haftar, who along with the support of the United Arab Emirates and Egypt is laying siege to Tripoli.
Moscow's annual cadet ball brought together military school students for a spectacular show filled with imperial-style grandeur