March 17, 2014 14:32
Russia to recognize Crimean independence with intl agreement - Naryshkin (Part 2)
MOSCOW. March 17 (Interfax) - The independence of Crimea will be recognized by Russia in an inter-state agreement, State Duma Chairman Sergei Naryshkin said.
"The independence will be recognized by the fact of signing an inter-state agreement," he told reporters on Monday.
For its part, State Duma will make all the necessary decisions relating to Crimea's reunification with Russia "swiftly and responsibly," he said.
Asked by Interfax whether he saw any problem in that, apart from Crimea, Sevastopol too expressed the desire to become a separate Russian region and a city of federal significance, the speaker said: "I don't see any problem here."
All the matters concerning the status are stipulated and put in the inter-state agreement, Naryshkin added.
(Our editorial staff can be reached at email@example.com)
October 24, 2016
Kremlin doubts possibility of separation of terrorists from opposition in Aleppo
Putin to discuss TurkStream with Miller
PESKOV ON POSSIBILITY OF DEPLOYING OSCE MISSION ON UKRAINIAN-RUSSIAN BORDER: NO ONE IS SAYING YET WHERE SUCH MISSION MAY BE DEPLOYED, IT DOESN'T EXIST
NEITHER SHELLING OF POSSIBLE ROUTES OF HUMANITARIAN DELIVERIES TO ALEPPO, NOR FAILED SEPARATION BETWEEN OPPOSITION AND TERRORISTS HELP MAINTAIN HUMANITARIAN PAUSES IN ALEPPO - PESKOV
PESKOV ON TONE OF CONVERSATION BETWEEN PUTIN AND POROSHENKO IN BERLIN: THERE WERE NO HARD WORDS IN CONVERSATION, IT WAS DIFFICULT, BUT BUSINESSLIKE
KREMLIN DOUBTS THAT IT IS POSSIBLE TO SEPARATE TERRORISTS FROM OPPOSITION IN ALEPPO - PESKOV
Russian innovative production at 12% of output, needs to be 30% - Kudrin
Nazarbayev to visit Saudi Arabia (Part 2)
Opponents must secure adequate conduct of anti-govt groups for humanitarian pause to be resumed in Aleppo - Russian Foreign Ministry (Part 2)
Seven Ukrainian servicemen wounded in attacks in Donbas in past 24 hours - Kyiv
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 13:00 MSK
Roadmap on Donbas may be approved before yearend, implemented from January - source (Part 2)
Growth of Mechel shares exceeds 20% during day, whole metallurgical sector up
Rose Gottemoeller, who is serving her final days in the post of U.S. Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security and who will soon leave for Brussels, where she will take the position of NATO Deputy Secretary General, has given an interview to Interfax correspondent Ksenia Baygarova, in which she speaks about Moscow‘s recent decision to suspend the Plutonium Management and Disposition Agreement.
George Papadopoulos has been one of U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump‘s foreign political advisors since March 2016. Prior to this, he was an advisor to Ben Carson, a neurosurgeon and Republican Party member who dropped out of the presidential race. Papadopoulos previously worked for various research institutes dealing with global politics. His sphere of interest is global energy. Papadopoulos has given an interview to Interfax‘s correspondent Ksenia Baygarova in which he discusses his views on U.S.-Russia relations, the Syrian crisis, NATO expansion and the dependence of the EU on Russian energy. Papadopoulos noted that his opinion does not necessarily coincide with that of Trump.
U.S. co-chairman of the OSCE Minsk Group James Warlick, who has recently visited Moscow, has given an interview to Interfax‘s foreign political desk editor-in-chief Olga Golovanova in which he speaks about Washington‘s perception of the prospects of the Nagorno-Karabakh settlement.