May 06, 2016 12:14
May 06, 2016
Radicals' presence near contact line did not allow regime of complete calm to be established in Donbas - Lukashevich
Second U.S. Antares rocket powered by Russian engines may be launched in fall - source
Immortal Regiment march to take place in Kyiv on May 9
ISS crew to start inflating U.S. experimental module BEAM on May 26 - source
Vira Savchenko no longer on wanted list, may enter Russia freely - lawyer
Yesterday in Brief for May 6, 2016
Russian Post to begin premarketing on 5 bln rubles in Bo-02 bonds next week
Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry accuses Armenian military of 112 strikes in past 24 hours
Directive to Gazprom board on purchase of 2.7% stake from VEB agreed - Kommersant
Tajikistan to present human rights report at UN Council
Medvedev to attend meeting of Russia-Belarus Union Council of Ministers in Mogilyov
Russian monetary base up 15.5 bln rubles
Newly appointed British Ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks with about the current situation in British-Russian relations in the political, economic and cultural spheres, about London‘s position on the crises in Syria and Ukraine and shares his opinion on the Yury Gagarin flight.
World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about issues that he discussed at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, about how the inflow of immigrants has influenced the situation with anti-Semitism in Europe and about attempts to rewrite the WW II history.
Greek Ambassador to Russia Danai-Magdalini Koumanakou has given an interview to Interfax in which she speaks about prospects for cancelling EU sanctions against Russia, Athens‘s position of the South Stream project, the EU-Turkey agreement on refugees and her expectations from the upcoming tourist season and Russia-Greece Cross Year.