June 30, 2016 15:04
June 30, 2016
CB to quote ruble at 64.1755 rubles/$1 and 71.2926 rubles/EUR1 on July 1
Russian Grids shareholders accept dividends for Q1 2016, waive dividends for 2015
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 14:00 MSK
List of embargoed goods not to be altered - Medvedev (Part 2)
PUTIN: WE WILL TAKE MEASURES IN NEAR FUTURE TO RESTORE RELATIONS WITH TURKEY, INCLUDING IN EAEU-TURKEY FORMAT
Gazprom continues financing important projects unlike competitors - Miller
THERE IS STILL VERY LONG WAY TO GO BEFORE FINAL SETTLEMENT IN SYRIA IS REACHED - PUTIN
Gazprom Neft to pay 9 rubles a share for 2016 if macroeconomic situation doesn't alter (Part 2)
PUTIN: WE WILL APPROPRIATELY RESPOND TO WEST'S STEPS UPSETTING MILITARY PARITY IN EAST EUROPE
PUTIN: WE ARE NOT GOING TO YIELD TO MILITARISTIC FRENZY TO WHICH NATO IS PUSHING US, THIS WILL NOT HAPPEN
Bashneft not looking to buy assets abroad, operating conditions good in Russia
PUTIN: NATO TAKING REALLY CONFRONTATIONAL STEPS TOWARD RUSSIA
UNACCEPTABLE TO PROCRASTINATE WITH UKRAINIAN CRISIS SETTLEMENT, ESPECIALLY ACCUSE RUSSIA OF IT - PUTIN
PUTIN: WE SINCERELY WANT CRISIS IN UKRAINE TO BE SETTLED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has given an interview to Interfax ahead of his visit to Russia in which he speaks about the influence that his personal relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin have on the development of interstate ties, about Israel‘s plans regarding new gas fields and said that Israel will into allow Syria to turn into a source of aggression. This will be Netanyahu‘s third visit in under a year.
Indonesian Ambassador to Russia Wahid Supriyadi has given an interview with Interfax in which he speaks about the results of the Russia-ASEAN summit, prospects for achieving an agreement on oil production freeze in OPEC, Indonesian-Russian military and technological cooperation and the launch of direct air communication between Indonesia and Russia.
U.S. Department of State Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Energy Affairs Amos Hochstein has given an interview to Interfax‘s special correspndent in the United States Ksenia Baygarova in which he speaks about why the United States has started to export oil and gas, how realistic the intention of oil producing countries to freeze oil production is, and how U.S. energy companies react to sanctions against Russia.