April 21, 2017 18:33
Plot of land allocated to build center of large-tonnage offshore structures at Kola Shipyard - Medvedev
MURMANSK. April 21 (Interfax) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that a plot of forested land has been allocated for industrial use for the construction of a center of large-tonnage offshore structures at Kola Shipyard.
"I signed an instruction on the transfer of forested land, and this is within the remit of the Russian government, into land for industrial use for the location of the center of large-tonnage offshore structures at the Novatek group's Kola Shipyard," he said at a conference on major transport infrastructure projects in the North.
(Our editorial staff can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org)
June 29, 2017
Russian Foreign Ministry denies reports that intelligence-related gear was allegedly found at Russian compounds seized in U.S
U.S. involved in Ukrainian internal settlement process despite being no part to 'Normandy format' - deputy foreign minister
Russian prosecutor, Far East Ministry to form working group to protect investor rights
Surgutneftegas will not change financial policy in attempt to guess ruble rate, oil prices - Bogdanov
Yesterday in Brief for June 29, 2017
Ryabkov pledges to continue dialogue with U.S. Under Secretary Shannon
SECTORAL SANCTIONS HAVE NOT IMPACTED SURGUTNEFTEGAS, COMPANY RELYING ON OWN FUNDS, TECHNOLOGY - BOGDANOV
Rosnano sells entire stake in Mikron
REFINING MARGIN AT KIRISHSKY REFINERY DOWN 37% DURING 'BIG MANEUVER', WE ARE WORKING TO OPTIMIZE PROCESSES - BOGDANOV
Eleven truce breaches recorded in Syria in past 24 hours - Russian Defense Ministry
U.S. law enforcers may have access to seized Russian real estates despite latter's immunity - foreign ministry
Russia to continue fostering dialogue between Moldova, Transdniestria as guarantor country - deputy foreign minister
SURGUTNEFTEGAS DOES NOT SEE RISKS IN CUTTING PRODUCTION DUE TO SHORTAGE OF SECTIONS, IN GOOD CONDITIONS GROWTH POSSIBLE - BOGDANOV
Bahraini Ambassador to Russia Ahmed Abdulrahman Al Saati has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about the prolongation of the decision of OPEC and non-OPEC countries to freeze oil output, prospects of energy cooperation between Bahrain and Russia, bilateral military-technical cooperation and prospects for resuming diplomatic relations with Iran.
Following strikes of the U.S.-led coalition on pro-governmental forces in Syria, the coalition‘s spokesman Ryan Dillon has given a Skype interview to Interfax‘s correspondent Ksenia Baygarova in which he speaks about if U.S. notified Russia in advance of upcoming strikes on pro-governmental forces in Syria, about how to avoid incidents in the future and about when al-Raqqa and Mosul will be liberated from terrorists.
Pakistani Defense Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif has given an interview to Interfax correspondent Veronika Vishnyakova in which he speaks about his recent talks with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, Pakistan-Russian interaction on Afghanistan, as well as his expectations from upcoming entry of Pakistan to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).