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  • Russia's Rusal fully resumes aluminum supplies to Europe, US

     CEO of the company noted that Rusal continues resuming supplies to all export markets in pre-sanctions volumes

    Russia’s aluminum producer Rusal has fully resumed supplies of primary aluminum to the United States and Europe to the level prior to US sanctions, Chief Executive Officer Evgenii Nikitin said in an interview with TASS at the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum on Monday.

  • Industrial Cooperation Between Russia And Kazakhstan Discussed In Nur-Sultan

    “Russia and Kazakhstan have agreed to fully support the project of the Evrokhim company in the city of Karatau,” said Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Denis Manturov after a working trip, during which the Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia met with Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Askar Mamin, and He also held talks with Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development Roman Sklyar and Minister of Digital Development, Defense and Aerospace Industries Askar Zhumagaliyev.

  • Russian companies launch service to deliver export cargos by railroad to China

    The Russian Export Center, Rail Cargo Logistics-RUS and the Fesco Group have signed a trilateral agreement to launch a joint service for the delivery of export cargos to China, President of the Fesco Group, Aleksandrs Isurins, told TASS.

  • Sources close to Russian tycoon Prokhorov deny potential purchase of Barclays Center

    The reports claiming that Taiwanese-Canadian billionaire Joseph Tsai is holding talks with Russian tycoon Mikhail Prokhorov on purchasing the home stadium of the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, Barclays Center, are false, sources close to Prokhorov informed TASS on Friday.

    "The New York Post report on the sale of the arena is false," the source told TASS.

  • Investments in Russian economy in Arctic to exceed $86 bln until 2025

    Investments in the Russian economy in the Arctic over the next six years could exceed $86 bln, according to Ambassador at Large of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Russia’s representative in the Arctic Council Nikolay Korchunov.

    "Investments in the Russian economy in the Arctic until 2025 could exceed $86 bln," Korchunov said.

  • Expert: Russia should cooperate with China in Arctic zone development

    Development of the Russian Arctic zone’s regions may benefit from cooperation with China in modern technologies, an expert of the Project Center for Arctic Development (PORA), Associate Professor at the Presidential Academy Alexander Vorotnikov told TASS.

  • Russia’s energy chief to discuss increase in crude supplies with Venezuelan counterpart

    Russia and Venezuela may discuss the issue of crude supplies from the republic during the visit of Oil Minister Manuel Quevedo to Moscow in early April, Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak told reporters on Friday.

    "I think yes, we will, obviously," he said when asked a respective question.

    Asked about the volumes, he said: "Within the bounds of our colleagues’ requests."

  • Putin to discuss Russian base status with Kyrgyz president

    The issue of opening another Russian military base on Kyrgyzstan’s territory will not be discussed at the presidents’ meeting

    Kyrgyzstani President Sooronbay Jeenbekov and Russian President Vladimir Putin will discuss the status of the Russian military base on Kyrgyzstani territory at negotiations in Bishkek on March 28. Head of the Kyrgyzstani Presidential Department for Foreign Policy Daniyar Sydykov said about it on Tuesday.

  • Russian embassy in Italy making preparations for Putin’s visit, ambassador says

    Russia’s embassy in Italy is working to determine the date and agenda of President Vladimir Putin’s visit to the country, Russian Ambassador to Rome Sergei Razov said at a musical evening in memory of the victims of the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake.

    "We are working to determine the date and agenda of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Italy," he said, adding that the visit would give a new impetus to bilateral relations.

  • Russia creates space junk recycling system to turn old satellites in orbit into fuel

    According to NASA’s data, there are over 2,200 active and more than 5,000 decommissioned satellites in orbit today

    Russian Space Systems (RSS) has developed a space system capable of taking hold of decommissioned satellites in the Earth’s orbit to grind and process them into fuel, Project Developer and RSS Research Engineer Marina Barkova told TASS on Wednesday.

  • Russia intends to expand cooperation with Malaysia in aviation

    Earlier in the day, the Russian Helicopters stand was visited by Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad

    Russia seeks to develop various cooperation plans with Malaysia in the field of aviation, including the creation of joint service centers and tech transfer, Director for International Cooperation and Regional Policy at Russia's Rostec defense and technology company Viktor Kladov said on Tuesday.

  • Moldova not ready to stop purchasing Russian gas, delivered via Ukraine — president

    The president urged the parties, elected to Moldova’s new parliament, to finally agree on a new government and start discussing the issue

    Moldova is not ready for the possible end of Russian gas transit via the territory of Ukraine, because it does not have funds to create an alternative pipeline, President Igor Dodon said in an interview with NTV-Moldova on Tuesday.

  • UTair is the fourth largest air carrier in Russia, which experiences financial difficulties at present

    The arbitration court of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District accepted a claim filed by Flash Light Capital company for bankruptcy of UTair airline on March 26, as follows from the court ruling.

    "The case is set for court consideration on April 17, 2019," the ruling says.

  • Crimea becomes owner of Massandra Winery

    The Massandra Winery was transferred from the federal property to the ownership by the Republic of Crimea, press service of the Crimean Agriculture Ministry said on its Facebook page on Monday.

    The order of the Russian Prime Minister on transfer of the Massandra Winery into the state property of Crimea was published in February.

  • Shipping company with sanctions-hit vessel is working in Russia only

    Alisa Shipping Company, with one of its vessels subjected to US sanctions, is not working in foreign seaports for more than five years, a company’s spokesperson told TASS on Monday.

  • Russian poultry meat producers receive permits to supply products to Philippines

    The first four Russian enterprises have received the right to supply poultry meat to the Philippines, Russian agricultural watchdog (Rosselkhoznadzor) said in a statement on Monday.

    "According to information received from representatives of the Department of Agriculture of the Republic of the Philippines, from May 12, 2019, four Russian enterprises will be able to supply their products to the territory of the Republic of the Philippines," the agency reported.

  • Induction of Chinook Helicopters in Indian Air Force

    On 25 March 2019, the IAF formally inducted the CH 47 F(I)- Chinook heavy lift helicopters into its inventory at Air Force Station Chandigarh. Air Chief Marshal

    BS Dhanoa PVSM AVSM YSM VM ADC, Chief of the Air Staff was the Chief guest and the event was attended by various dignitaries.

  • Putin may hold separate meeting with UK business executives at SPIEF - spokesman

    This was a request from UK business people, Dmitry Peskov said

    Russian President Vladimir Putin may hold a separate meeting with representatives of the UK business within the framework of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) that will be held on June 6-8, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Rossiya-1 television on Sunday.

  • Western sanctions boost Russia’s economy - security chief

    Nikolai Patrushev noted that right now, Russia’s food sovereignty in crucial sectors has practically been achieved, and in some areas, Russia has become the leading exporter

    Outside pressure in the form of sanctions has become an incentive to resolve various issues of Russia’s economy, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev stated in an interview with the Izvestiya daily.

  • Russian, Chinese scientists plan joint Arctic, Antarctic studies

     Russian and Chinese scientists will organize joint studies of the Arctic and Antarctic, they will explore mineral and biology resources in the global ocean, the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Vice President Andrey Adrianov told TASS after the first meeting between representatives of the Russian and Chinese Academies of Sciences in Beijing on Sunday.

  • Russian-Japanese trade rising, though abrupt jump is unlikely, says expert

    The expert believes that the program for acceleration of economic ties between the two countries offered by the Japanese PM can open up new cooperation areas

    Trade relations between Russia and Japan are currently on the rise, though an abrupt jump in trade turnover is unlikely this year, one of Japan’s leading experts on the relationship with Russia, deputy director of the Tokyo-based Institute for Russian & NIS Economic Studies Michitaka Hattori told TASS on Thursday.

  • Russian nuclear-powered container ship sets off for 1st voyage with Arctic LNG cargo

     The nuclear-powered container ship Sevmorput has departed from the port of Arkhangelsk in north Russia to embark on its first voyage to deliver cargo for the Arctic LNG-2 (Liquefied Natural Gas-2) project, the press office of the Rosatomflot nuclear-powered fleet operator said on Thursday.

  • Russia floats Eurobonds worth $3 bln, 750 mln euro — finance ministry

     Investors from the United Kingdom, the United States and Russia were the main buyers

    The Russian Finance Ministry on Thursday floated Eurobonds worth $3 billion and mature in 2035, and an additional Eurobonds placement in euro worth 750 million euro and mature in 2025.

  • Ukraine extends sanctions against banks with Russian capital

    President of Ukraine Pyotr Poroshenko approved the decision of the Ukrainian national security council on extension of sanctions against four banks with the Russian capital.

    Sanctions against four banks were extended "on the basis of proposals of the National Bank of Ukraine," says the presidential decree, posted on the website of the security council on Wednesday.

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