January 31, 2013 05:00
Russian political and economic calendar: January 31
MOSCOW. Jan 31 (Interfax) - The political and economic calendar in Moscow, Russia and Newly Independent States for January 31 is as follows:
*** Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting with Viktor Orban, the Prime Minister of Hungary who is giving a working visit to Russia.
*** 15th telecommunications exhibition-forum "CSTB'2013" will take place on January 29-31 in Crocus Expo.
Telephone: +7 (495) 737-74-79 Site: http://www.cstb.ru/
*** IV International Agricultural Conference "Where the margin" will take place at 9 a.m.
Radisson Slanyanskaya (2, Square of Europe)
Telephone: +7 (495) 232-90-07, http://www.ikar.ru/gdemarzha/
*** IV Annual International Conference "Trade Finance: Russia and CIS 2013" will take place on January 31-February 1 at 10 a.m.
Hilton Leningradskaya ( 21/40 Kalanchevskaya street )
*** Aeroflot - board meeting.
*** MICEX -RTS -supervisory board meeting.
*** Pharmacy Chain 36.6 - board meeting.
May 23, 2013
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Metinvest to pay 2012 dividends totaling up to $400 mln
Russia wants Belarus, Kazakhstan to raise tobacco excises more quickly
Russia, EU could complete Common Steps toward visa-free travel by end of 2013 - diplomat (Part 2)
Bank of Lithuania lowers 2013 GDP growth forecast to 2.8% from 3.1%
Energy Ministry to update petrochemical development plan to 2030 in autumn
Price tag on Ammoniy complex project in Tatarstan could rise 10%-12% - Minnikhanov
Kazakh money supply grows 4.9% in April, 5% in 4M
Kazakh economy slows; credit strengths intact - Fitch
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has given an interview to Interfax ahead of his visit to Russia on May 16-19 in which he speaks about the goals of his visit, pressing tasks that the UN face, the organization‘s reform, as well as topical issues on the international agenda, including situation in Syria and the Middle East settlement.
Deputy NATO Secretary General Alexander Vershbow, who is visiting Moscow for an informal conference of former U.S. ambassadors to Russia and Russian ambassador to the United States, has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about NATO-Russia cooperation, as well as pressing issues on the international agenda, such as the missile defense issue, North Korea, Syria and Afghanistan.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague has given an interview to Interfax‘ journalist Olga Golovanova ahead of the 2+2 meeting slated for March 13 in London, on which he speaks about the agenda of the upcoming 2+2 talks, the whole range of British-Russian relations, including human rights, as well as pressing international issues notably Syria.