Oleg Kalugin is a former Soviet Foreign Intelligence Service officer, then a Counter-Intelligence Service officer and a KGB General. In the USSR, he served as immediate supervisor of Vladimir Putin, President of RF. Now Kalugin lives in the USA. Yuri Felshtinky, a Russian American historian, recently interviewed Kalugin. They talked about US President Donald Trump and his ties with Russia. GORDON exclusively publishes transcription of this conversation.→
Freed Ukrainian political prisoner Mykola Karpyuk says that his “good acquaintance” told him that Russian President Vladimir Putin had intention to hold a meeting with ex-Right Sector leader Dmytro Yarosh, non-factional Member of Parliament at the time, and that the decision about trip to Russia was made at the party meeting.
U.S. Department of the Treasury has notified Congress of its intention to terminate the sanctions imposed on companies owned by Oleg Deripaska – Russia billionaire and aluminum tycoon from the inner circle of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Deripaska received assistance from official Kyiv in negotiations over dubious scheme to get out from under American sanctions, declared ex-Soviet agent turned American analyst in conversation with GORDON. He also accented that Kremlin impersonated by Deripaska still possesses strategically important objects in Ukraine directly affecting national security.→
Sergei Skripal, an officer of GRU (Main Intelligence Directorate – military intelligence agency in Russia), who was convicted of high treason, was possibly poisoned by the nerve gas in the British town of Salisbury. American historian Yuri Felshtinsky in exclusive article for GORDON explained the possible meaning of these new atrocities by the Russian secret service.→
Michael Flynn, former national security advisor for the president of the USA Donald Trump, has received $530,000 from Russia via Turkish businessman Ekim Alptekin as a middleman. Yuri Felshtinsky, a Russian-American historian, author of "Blowing up Russia" and "The Corporation: Russia and KGB in the Age of President Putin" wrote about this in an exclusive material GORDON. Не claims that Trump’s ex-advisor was on the payroll of the president of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.→
U.S. President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen received a check for $350,000 in 1999 for one of the leaders of the Izmaylovskaya Organized Crime Group. It was reported in an exclusive material for "GORDON" by Yuri Felshtinsky, a Russian American historian and the author of the book “Blowing up Russia: Terror from Within”. Based on more than a hundred archival records of American courts, which are open to the public in the US, the expert maintains that the Russian hockey player Vladimir Malakhov was used in the scheme, and the whole story was revealed accidentally because of a check, which became the subject of litigation. All the supporting documents are available in the editorial office.→
A former Soviet intelligence officer and now an American financial analyst Yuri Shvets told "Gordon" that in spite of the official biography, the Russian president has never worked in intelligence office because of "below average abilities", about what nicknames Putin had in the KGB and what two papers signed by US President would be enough to derail the economy of Russia.→
The former Head of the Security Service of Ukraine and the Ministry of Defence, General of the Army of Ukraine Yevgeny Marchuk said in the interview to the GORDON why the West fears to provide Ukrainian army with defence weapons, how the Russian president Vladimir Putin blackmails world leaders and what the former Prime Minister Nikolay Azarov really said in his interview.→
If military actions are resumed, the terrorists will be defeated and thrown out of the Ukrainian territory unless Russia meddles in, declared the Donbass battalion commander and people’s deputy from the Samopomich party Semen Semenchenko.→
In the opinion of the Ukrainian historian and professor at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv Yaroslav Gritsak, the Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that he does not conquer Ukraine but saves it and that Ukrainians must be grateful to him.→
Whatever the Russian President Vladimir Putin may say, the operation for annexation of the Crimea was being prepared for a long time, considers the ex-Head of the Security Service of Ukraine, former Prime Minister, Minister of Defence and Secretary of the Council of National Security and Defence Yevgeny Marchuk.→
The political scientist and head of the Centre of Applied Political Research "Penta" Vladimir Fesenko in the comment to the GORDON described the main reasons for the Russian president’s absence from public view, the image trap into which Vladimir Putin caught himself, and the struggle within the Russian leader’s environment.→
The situation in Donbass can only be improved by replacing the Ukrainian military command and military apparatus, considers the former advisor to the Russian President Vladimir Putin and senior fellow at the Cato Institute in Washington Andrey Illarionov.→
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