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06/18 18:43   Zelensky expects to reach agreement on gas transport across Ukraine with Russia 'without arm-twisting'
06/18 18:25   U.S. sanction threats for implementing UN Security Council decisions 'defy common sense' - Russian Foreign Ministry
06/18 18:24   Government commission on budget planning approves principal parameters for 2020-2022 budget
06/18 18:23   Russian Foreign Ministry calls on JCPOA sides to find ways to return to implementing Iran nuclear deal
06/18 18:23   Moldovan parliament sets up committee to investigate Democratic Party's coup attempt
06/18 18:15   Iran's steps in JCPOA context forced but reversible - Ryabkov
06/18 17:55   Kudrin says hoping poverty not to result in social upheaval
06/18 17:54   Siluanov does not think it advisable to adjust NWF's 7% of GDP spending threshold
06/18 17:48   U.S. Congress approves $250-mln defense assistance package for Ukraine - Ukrainian embassy
06/18 17:44   U.S. seeking to destabilize situation in Venezuela - defense council secretary  |  Interfax news

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June 13, 2019
Russian stock market posts gains, MOEX index hits new high at closing
First, second Moldovan presidents back Dodon, new govt, parliament
Medvedev points out to risk of missing deadlines set for completion of Vostochny Cosmodrome project
Duma to pick PACE delegation members on June 19 - Volodin (Part 2)
Russia, EC and Ukraine could name date for new trilateral gas talks late Sept (Part 2)
Novak: We've heard a constructive approach from EC on Germany's implementation of new Nord Stream 2 directive (Part 2)
Eleven Russians rescued from tankers in Gulf of Oman in safety - Russian Foreign Ministry
Daily Headline News for June 13, 2019
Moscow warns against blaming Iran for Gulf of Oman incident (Part 2)
Causes of Gulf of Oman tankers incident still unknown - Peskov (Part 2)
Russian Eurobonds show no clear trends on Thursday, market buoyed by hopes that Fed will lower rate
Repeat dissemination of calls for terrorism online could be penalized by fine of up to 5 mln rubles - bill
Saakashvili leads ticket of his Movement of New Forces party in elections to Rada
Medvedev speaks of changes to federal space program
Ex-CIA director, ex-U.S. ambassador discuss Ukrainian defense sector reform in Kyiv
Opposition Platform to initiate direct talks with Russia, Donbas if it wins Ukrainian Rada election - Boiko
Russia to make final decision on PACE participation on June 24 - Kosachyov
Petropavlovsk shareholders again vote down motion on disapplication of pre-emption rights
European commissioner discusses energy, transport in Baku
Network operators to face million-ruble fines for repeated distribution of info deemed harmful to children
Russia gets right to deliver eggs, egg products to Tunisia - Rosselkhoznadzor
Russia, EC and Ukraine could hold trilateral gas talks in second half of Sept
President to consider legislative initiatives softening punishment for drug trafficking - Peskov
Peskov sees no reason for surprise at pianist Lugansky's daughter wearing Golunov T-shirt at Kremlin awards ceremony
No discussion so far of possible Interior Ministry reform in light of Golunov case - Peskov
Big parliamentary hearing on strategic stability to be held in State Duma on July 11
Services such as YouTube could be fined up to 1 mln rubles for repeat distribution of unregistered media outlets - bill
Putin, Modi discuss full cooperation, including military-technical, space, nuclear power - Peskov

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