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    Putin to Target Boost to Trade, Economic Links in Turkey Visit
    Nov28

    Putin to Target Boost to Trade, Economic Links in Turkey Visit

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday boosting bilateral trade and cooperation in nuclear energy and space industry will be high on the agenda of his visit to Turkey next week. Implementation of strategic joint projects in the energy sector, improvement of trade turnover structure through increasing the share of high-tech products and...

    Putin Targets Boost to Trade, Economic Links with Turkey Ahead of Visit
    Nov28

    Putin Targets Boost to Trade, Economic Links with Turkey Ahead of Visit

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday boosting bilateral trade and cooperation in nuclear energy and space industry will be high on the agenda of his visit to Turkey on December 1. Implementation of strategic joint projects in the energy sector, improvement of trade turnover structure through increasing the share of high-tech products...

    Belgrade Faces Pressure over West-Russia Balancing Act
    Nov28

    Belgrade Faces Pressure over West-Russia Balancing Act

    Military cooperation between Belgrade and Moscow remains limited but experts warn Serbia’s neutral stance over West-Russia tensions following the Ukraine crisis could prove untenable. …read more Source: Balkan...

    Five countries to partake in Music of Hope contest in Gomel
    Nov28

    Five countries to partake in Music of Hope contest in Gomel

    Taking part in the contest will be young hopefuls aged 8-16 years from Belarus, Latvia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine. Winners will be chosen in the Piano, Violin, and Cello nominations in three age groups. …read more Source:...

    German support for sanctions on Russia rise, poll finds
    Nov28

    German support for sanctions on Russia rise, poll finds

    BERLIN (Reuters) – The number of Germans supporting European Union economic sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis has risen in the last month and a large majority supports Chancellor Angela Merkel’s toughening stance, a poll on Friday found. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine urgently recalling troops from leave
    Nov28

    Ukraine urgently recalling troops from leave

    Ukraine has begun recalling soldiers from leave, and military buildup in the conflict zone is continuing, Russia’s permanent representative to the Organization …read more Source:...

    11 tanks, 4 KamAZ trucks and 2 “Tigers” entered Ukraine from Russia
    Nov28

    11 tanks, 4 KamAZ trucks and 2 “Tigers” entered Ukraine from Russia

    On November 27 a convoy of military equipment and troops entered from the territory of Russia into the territory controlled by terrorists. …read more Source:...

    Matviyenko: Withdrawal from CIS will affect interests of Ukrainians
    Nov28

    Matviyenko: Withdrawal from CIS will affect interests of Ukrainians

    “The CIS has a number of agreements aimed to promote the economies of the member states and strengthen cooperation between them. Ukraine will no longer benefit from these agreements in the event of withdrawal,” she added. …read more Source:...

    Russian warships enter English Channel for drills: RIA
    Nov28

    Russian warships enter English Channel for drills: RIA

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – A squadron of Russian warships entered the English Channel on Friday to hold exercises, RIA news agency reported, the latest apparent show of military might since ties with the West plunged to Cold War lows over Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Yatsenyuk remains Ukraine’s prime minister
    Nov28

    Yatsenyuk remains Ukraine’s prime minister

    Arseniy Yatsenyuk was yesterday confirmed as prime minister of Ukraine by the Ukrainian parliament in a strong show of support by five parties that will on Tuesday become members of the country’s new government. Yatsenyuk, whose Popular Front emerged as the most popular party in parliamentary elections on 26 October, has served as prime...

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