January 27, 2014 05:00
Russian political and economic calendar: January 27
MOSCOW. Jan 27 (Interfax) - The political and economic calendar in Russia for January 27
is as follows:
*** Summit Russia-EU to take place in Brussels on Jan 27-28.
*** Russia to ban variety meat imports from Australia.
*** Vanino Commercial Sea Port - EGM.
*** Urals Energy - EGM.
*** NLMK to publish production results for Q4 2013.
*** Magnit to publish unaudited IFRS financial results for 2013.
June 27, 2016
Armenian Foreign Ministry, U.S. State Dept. say necessary to implement Vienna, St. Petersburg agreements on Karabakh
Bank Peresvet prices 5 bln rubles in bonds at 13.5%
Erdogan's message apologizes to Putin for downed plane, pilot's death (Part 2)
Georgian president says defense minister's adoption of individual decision to abolish military conscription unacceptable
Black Sea Cement JV with Hualing starts building $120-mln plant in Georgia
Official exchange rates for CIS and Baltic nations as of 27.06.2016
Kosachyov links Erdogan's message to Turkey's economic losses
Belarusian Potash Co signs contract to supply India with 700,000 tonnes of potash for $277 per tonne (Part 2)
Rise in Russian banks' transfers to required reserve fund due to ratio hike to be 600 bln rubles - Sberbank
Medvedev proposes re-establishing pensions indexation by previous year's inflation in full, starting from 2017
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 17:00 MSK
Russia and CIS political and economic calendar: June 28 - July 25
DPR reports civilian's death in shellings by Ukrainian troops
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.