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  |   December, 2019   |  
December 13, 2019
Court arrests eighth suspect in ex-minister Abyzov case Zayats for 2 months
Filaret announces forum in defense of 'Kyiv Patriarchate'
Eighty-four children expected to be returned from Syria to Russia - children's rights commissioner
Russian military hydrographers discover new coral islands in Red Sea
Kyiv not to gain control of border between DPR, Russia - Pushilin
Zelensky submits bill to amend Constitution in terms of decentralizing power in Ukraine
Moscow court arrests in absentia businessman Tarchokov in Magomedov brothers case
Companies pay out 65 mln rubles for catching orcas for Primorye "whale jail"
Zelensky submits bill facilitating Ukrainian citizenship acquisition for political refugees from Russia to Verkhovna Rada
Spacecraft Electro-L to be launched from Baikonur on Dec 24 - Rogozin
Environmentalists ask Prosecutor General to prevent sale of walrus calves kept in 'whale jail' to China
LPR will not accept any attempts to review Minsk Agreements
Crimes by foreigners drop by 16% - Moscow police
Georgian PM dismisses opposition criticism of his Russian-language speech at GUAM summit in Kyiv
CSTO general staff chiefs take stock of exercises held in 2019, discuss preparing joint operations
CSTO countries' Military Committee discusses in St. Petersburg plan to develop CSTO military component for period until 2025
List of journalists accredited for Putin's press conference published on presidential website
Int'l rugby competitions in Russia will not be cancelled - Rugby Federation chairman (Part 2)
Russia to submit its position on case concerning missing Chechnya residents to ECHR before spring - Justice Ministry
Lukashenko defends 'clean' Russian athletes, says they're 'bashed for no reason'
Criminal probe opened into student's knife attack on teacher at Cheboksary college
Ruble volatile on Trump trade deal comments
Int'l rugby competitions in Russia will not be cancelled - Rugby Federation chairman
Main indexes of the Russia stock market for December 13
Ukrainian Col. Nozdrachov suspended for remarks about Ukrainian radicals in Donbas, possible reconciliation with militia
RTS stock index closes week above 1500 on trade deal news
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The En+ Group effectively turned a new page in its corporate history in 2019. Now the group has a unique governance scheme for Russia - without a domineering shareholder and a loyal majority on the board of directors. The board chairman, Lord Gregory Barker, is convinced that the changes adopted in the framework of the plan he devised to get the company removed from the U.S. sanctions list will ultimately do the company and its shareholders good, irrespective of the deal with OFAC. Lord Barker told Interfax in an interview about the work of the new En+ board, dividends and long-term strategy.

Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Russia Laurie Bristow, who is leaving his post, has given an exclusive interview to Interfax in which he speaks about prospects of relations with Russia, arms control, the situation in Syria and surrounding Iran, as well as other topical problems on the international agenda.

Cooperation between OPEC and non-OPEC countries, foremost Russia, has lasted for three years already and in this time the oil market has seen shakeups that have threatened to cause a split within OPEC and jeopardized the fate of the OPEC+ agreement to curb oil production in order to balance the market. OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo spoke with Interfax on the sidelines of the 16th annual meeting of the Valdai Club in Sochi about how decisions are made and OPEC‘s position regarding geopolitical events that have hit oil markets.


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