January 20, 2014 16:06
No Eurobonds comment on Jan 20
MOSCOW. Jan 20 (Interfax) - Interfax will not be commenting on the sovereign Eurobond markets today as market activity is low due to the U.S. holiday, Martin Luther King Day.
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April 18, 2014
Bulgaria to demand compensation for opportunity loss if EU freezes South Stream
RUSSIA AND FSU GENERAL NEWS
Moscow press review for April 18, 2014
Russia and CIS political and economic calendar: April 18
April 17, 2014
Kyiv, Moscow still have disagreements on military, political status of Ukraine - Deshchytsya (Part 3)
Russia has no wish to bring troops to Ukraine - Lavrov (Part 2)
Rally in favor of united Ukraine held in Donetsk
Kyiv, Moscow still have disagreements on military, political status of Ukraine - Deshchytsya (Part 2)
U.S. to introduce sanctions against Russia if no progress on Ukraine made - Kerry
Putin, Erdogan discuss situation in Crimea, position of Crimean Tatar community
Ukraine promises constitutional reform - Kerry
Kyiv, Moscow still have disagreements on military, political status of Ukraine - Deshchytsya
CORRECTION: KYIV AND MOSCOW STILL HAVE DISAGREEMENTS REGARDING UKRAINE'S MILITARY AND POLITICAL STATUS - DESHCHYTSYA
Spanish Ambassador to Russia Jose Ignacio Carbajal has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about the situation in Ukraine, the possible third phase of sanctions against Russia, and separatist trend that has lately come to shape in Europe.
Domenico Dispenza, president of the International Group of LNG Importers and former chief operating officer of Eni‘s gas and power division, speaks to Interfax about the group‘s new report on global LNG imports for 2013.
Interfax spoke to Dr. Leonhard Birnbaum, member of the board of management for markets and services at E.On, about the energy balance in Europe and gas’s place in it.