January 17, 2020 22:34
January 17, 2020
Zelensky urges Honcharuk to propose new concept of salaries for public officials
Prosecutors identify cause of Petr Zhitnikov floating base fire in Pacific
Zelensky, Honcharuk agree on interim govt report by Feb 4, seal it with handshake
Paying high bonuses for Naftogaz executives wrong, PM must find solution - Zelensky
Ponomaryov, dismantled For Human Rights movement fined 400,000 rubles again
Court arrests local interior minister, charged with bribery, in Russia's Komi
Vandals throw paint on Pushkin monument in Minsk
Russian Navy's Admiral Vladimirsky vessel bound for Antarctic to visit Uruguayan port of Montevideo
Journalism plays important role in combating corruption - Russian prosecutor general
Syrian army kills 50 militants in Idlib de-escalation zone - Russian Defense Ministry (Part 2)
Sukhum protestors promise reimbursement for damage caused to administrative buildings
Twenty-eight civilians killed, 56 injured in militant attacks in Syria's Aleppo since Jan 14 - Russian Defense Ministry (Part 2)
New engineer regiment to be formed in Siberia before end of 2020 - Central Military District
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.