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    Current ownership of Russian State Property Management in ordinary shares of VTB Bank is 60.9%
    Feb11

    Current ownership of Russian State Property Management in ordinary shares of VTB Bank is 60.9%

    s per the Russian government’s order, dated 13.05.2015 No.877-r, the Deposit Insurance Agency (DIA) on July 30, 2015 acquired 3,073,905 million of VTB Type A preference shares with a par value of 0.1 rubles, the press office of VTB Bank (Armenia) told ArmInfo. As a result of the deal, the current ownership of the Russian Federation acting...

    Azerbaijan joins Book Fair in Minsk
    Feb11

    Azerbaijan joins Book Fair in Minsk

    The 23 Minsk International Book Fair has started in the capital of Belarus today. Delegations from 29 countries will take part in the event, including Azerbaijan, Belarus, United Kingdom, Germany, Israel, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Russia, USA, Turkey, Ukraine, France, Czech Republic and Switzerland. …read more...

    IMF threatens to cut Ukraine aid over corruption
    Feb11

    IMF threatens to cut Ukraine aid over corruption

    The World Bank said it shared the IMF’s concerns about Ukraine’s slow progress in improving governance and fighting corruptionUkraine releases Vietnamese nationals arrested during violent raidDarling of Davos, Lagarde has second IMF term sewn upSharing the Christmas spirit with abandoned animals in UkraineFistfight erupts in Ukraine...

    U.S. Intelligence:  Moscow will continue to push for greater regional integration
    Feb11

    U.S. Intelligence: Moscow will continue to push for greater regional integration

    Despite Russia’s economic slowdown, the Kremlin remains intent on pursuing an assertive foreign policy in 2016, says the Statement for the Record Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, published on the website of U.S. Senate on February 9. According to the author,...

    Poland to join fight vs Islamic State in return for NATO help against Russia
    Feb11

    Poland to join fight vs Islamic State in return for NATO help against Russia

    Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on Wednesday, though he signalled that the scale of its involvement would depend on NATO’s response to Russia’s renewed assertiveness on the alliance’s eastern flank. The announcement, made by Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz after a meeting with US...

    Tennis: Top seed Nishikori, qualifier Nishioka advance
    Feb11

    Tennis: Top seed Nishikori, qualifier Nishioka advance

    LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Three-time defending champion Kei Nishikori and Japanese compatriot Yoshihito Nishioka, a 130th-ranked qualifier, advanced to the quarter-finals of the ATP Memphis Open on Wednesday with straight-sets triumphs.Top seed Nishikori defeated 124th-ranked Ryan Harrison 6-2, 7-5 to book a last-eight date against Kazakstans...

    AKIpress audience jokingly nominates governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region, former mayor of Moscow for Bishkek mayor
    Feb11
    Pentagon chief seeks more help in anti-IS fight
    Feb11

    Pentagon chief seeks more help in anti-IS fight

    BRUSSELS (AFP) – Pentagon chief Ashton Carter and dozens of defence ministers from the US-led coalition striking Islamic State jihadists meet in Brussels on Thursday to take stock of the difficult campaign.More than 18 months after the United States and the quickly assembled alliance began bombing IS targets, Carter hopes renewed alarm over...

    Pentagon chief seeks more help in anti-IS fight
    Feb11

    Pentagon chief seeks more help in anti-IS fight

    BRUSSELS: Pentagon chief Ashton Carter and dozens of defence ministers from the US-led coalition striking Islamic State jihadists meet in Brussels on Thursday to take stock of the difficult campaign. More than 18 months after the United States and the quickly assembled alliance began bombing IS targets, Carter hopes renewed alarm over IS attacks...

    IMF warns to cut Ukraine aid over corruption
    Feb11

    IMF warns to cut Ukraine aid over corruption

    The International Monetary Fund threatened to cut crucial financial aid to cash-strapped Ukraine because of the country’s “slow progress” in fighting corruption. “Without a substantial new effort to invigorate governance reforms and fight corruption, it is hard to see how the IMF-supported programme can continue and be...

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