March 07, 2014 07:36
March 07, 2014
Russian political and economic calendar: March 7
March 06, 2014
EU's halting talks on visas, new pact to have "zero" effect - analyst
Sevastopol to take part in Crimean referendum
EC financial aid for Ukraine backed by all EU leaders - Barroso
Crimea PM: parliament vote to join Russia reflects public will
EU association agreement with Ukraine could be partly signed this spring
Putin orders drafting legislation to punish bankers for false financial reports
EU suspending talks with Russia on looser visa regime
Russian lawyers call for international legal assessment of Ukraine events
EU threatens Russia with visa restrictions, asset freezes
EUROPEAN COUNCIL SUSPENDS TALKS ON VISAS, NEW BASIC AGREEMENT WITH RUSSIA, G8 PREPARATIONS - ROMPUY
Civil activist Hubarev arrested in Donetsk region (Part 2)
Russian diplomat urges West to condemn "extremist" statements by Ukraine leaders
The Middle East has always lured investors with its oil and gas resources, but the political risks in this region are also high. The chairman of the Union of Oil & Gas Producers of Russia, Yury Shafranik spoke with Interfax about the outlook for normalizing the situation in the region, the role of major oil and gas projects in the process of reconciling conflicting forces, as well as Russian companies‘ chances on the promising Mediterranean shelf.
The outgoing U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul has given an interview with Interfax in which he speaks about the outcomes of his work in Russia, latest trends and developments in relations between Moscow and Washington.
EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy Stefan Fule has given an interview with Interfax ahead of the Eastern Partnership summit Vilnius in which he speaks about the Ukraine-EU association agreement and the agenda of the upcoming summit.