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    Russia suspends weapons-grade plutonium deal with US
    Oct04

    Russia suspends weapons-grade plutonium deal with US

    Russia has suspended an agreement with the US on the disposal of surplus weapons-grade plutonium, the latest sign of worsening bilateral relations., In a decree, President Vladimir Putin accused the US of creating “a threat to strategic stability, as a result of unfriendly actions” towards Russia. Moscow also set pre-conditions for...

    Dutch summon Russian ambassador over MH17 comments
    Oct02

    Dutch summon Russian ambassador over MH17 comments

    The Hague – Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders has summoned Russia’s ambassador over “unacceptable” comments by Moscow criticising a report into the downing of flight MH17, officials said on Friday., “Responding to the presentation of the initial findings… spokespersons for the Kremlin and the Russian foreign...

    Dutch government rebukes Russian ambassador over MH17 remarks
    Sep30

    Dutch government rebukes Russian ambassador over MH17 remarks

    AMSTERDAM – The Dutch Foreign Ministry summoned Russia’s ambassador in The Hague for a diplomatic rebuke on Friday after Moscow made remarks critical of the criminal investigation into the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17., Earlier this week, a team of international investigators presented findings showing that the missile...

    Saudis soften oil stance on Iran but OPEC deal still elusive
    Sep28

    Saudis soften oil stance on Iran but OPEC deal still elusive

    OPEC might still agree an oil output-limiting deal later this year as the economic problems of its de-facto leader Saudi Arabia force Riyadh to cede more ground to arch-rival Iran., Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Tuesday Iran, Nigeria and Libya would be allowed to produce “at maximum levels that make sense” as part of...

    Japan’s Abe seeks breakthrough with Russia on long-disputed islands
    Sep28

    Japan’s Abe seeks breakthrough with Russia on long-disputed islands

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is betting that close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russia’s economic woes and regional concerns about China’s rise will help him make progress in a decades-old territorial row when the men meet in December., Abe, 62, who wants to leave a diplomatic legacy with a breakthrough in ties with...

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