June 20, 2019 05:17
June 20, 2019
INTERFAX RUSSIA AND CIS BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL NEWS
June 19, 2019
Russian, Serbian, Belarusian paratroopers drill liberation of airfield
Azeri foreign minister, Bolton discuss mechanisms for Karabakh settlement progress
Russian Soyuz rocket to orbit Meteor-M, 30 foreign including U.S. satellites in early July
Ukraine failed to provide info on its Buks' deployment on day of Flight MH17 crash - DPR
DPR notes change of atmosphere in one TCG subgroup only
New data on MH17 crash nonobjective - Slutsky
Moscow, Hanoi markedly intensify military-technical cooperation - Russian General Staff chief Gerasimov
Joint commission of JCPOA's meeting on June 28 under discussion, no final decision yet - Ryabkov (Part 2)
Joint commission of JCPOA's meeting on June 28 under discussion, no final decision yet - Ryabkov
Minsk negotiators failed to agree on new, 'harvest' Donbas truce
JCPOA JOINT COMMISSION MEETING ON JUNE 28 BEING CONSIDERED, NO FINAL DECISION MADE SO FAR - RYABKOV
Patrushev, Serbian interior minister discuss security cooperation
U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about results of the trilateral meeting on Afghanistan settlement that took place in Moscow on April 25, prospects of the intra-Afghan meeting in Doha, and Russia‘s role in the Afghan issue.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has given an interview to Interfax ahead of the Alliance‘s 70th anniversary that is to be celebrated on April 4. He speaks in the interview about the NATO‘s vision of future relations with Russia, its attitude to the situation surrounding the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) Treaty and the New START Treaty, as well as further plans of expanding the Alliance.
British Ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about the current situation in the relationship between the United Kingdom and Russia, the impact of the Skripal case on it, the restoration of the numbers of diplomatic staff, exchange of information on counter-terrorism, possible introduction of sanctions over the Kerch Strait incident, the INF Treaty, and British-Russian economic relations.