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01/19 19:32   SYRIAN ARMY REBUFFS ATTACK OF 130 MILITANTS IN IDLIB DE-ESCALATION AREA ON JANUARY 18, 15 TERRORISTS KILLED, 25 INJURED, 10 SYRIAN TROOPS KILLED - RUSSIAN RECONCILIATION CENTER
 
01/19 19:25   Medvedev mentions import substitution, low inflation rates, working amid crisis, sanctions, as his govt's achievements
 
01/19 18:58   Medvedev says doesn't view appointment as Russian Security Council deputy chairperson as unexpected for him
 
01/19 18:55   Russia urges Turkey, Greece to settle disagreements in Aegean Sea via dialogue
 
01/19 18:27   Al-Sarraj, Haftar unlikely to wish to talk to each other - Russian diplomat (Part 2)
 
01/19 18:26   Issue of sending international forces to Libya, as Sarraj says, should be discussed based on consensus - Russian Foreign Ministry (Part 2)
 
01/19 18:14   Moscow highlights problems with observance of weapons embargo on Libya
 
01/19 18:05   Issue of sending international forces to Libya, as Sarraj says, should be discussed based on consensus - Russian Foreign Ministry
 
01/19 18:04   Putin says truce in Libya good result (Part 2)
 
01/19 17:56   Al-Sarraj, Haftar unlikely to wish to talk to each other - Russian diplomat
 





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Afghan Foreign Minister Zalmay Rassoul talks about Afghan-Russian cooperation in countering drug trafficking and military-technological cooperation, and also about prospects of the international security forces withdrawal from Afghanistan by 2014 in an interview with Interfax.   more

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U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO Ivo Daalder has given an interview to Interfax ahead of the NATO-Russia summit in Lisbon in which he speaks about the upcoming summit and other pressing issues, such conventional armed forces in Europe, Iran and Russias assistance to NATO in Afghanistan.   more

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Russian President Dmitry Medvedev starts a visit to the Republic of Korea on Wednesday marking the 20th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Following the visit, the Russian president will take part in a G20 summit in Seoul. Korean Foreign and Trade Minister Kim Sung-hwan says what Korea expects from these meetings in an interview with Interfax.   more

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NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has given an interview to Interfax ahead of his meeting with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev due on November 3.   more

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U.S. National Security Adviser Gen. James Jones has given an interview to Interfax in the wake of a meeting of high representatives of 44 countries on security that took place in Sochi this week.   more

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South Korean Minister of Unification Hyun In-taek in an interview with Interfax has said that the unification of South and North Korea will cost up to $5 trillion and may take up to 30 years and that South Korea may change its mind on U.S. troops on the Korean Peninsula after the two Koreas unite.   more

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