March 19, 2014 19:54
Russia shares "fears" about Ukraine humanitarian situation with UNHCR
MOSCOW. March 19 (Interfax) - Russia has "shared [its] fears" about the humanitarian situation in Ukraine with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the head of the Russian Federal Migration Service said on Wednesday.
"I won't keep it secret that we have shared our fears with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Our fears were understood to a certain extent, and a certain form of interaction with that organization has begun," Konstantin Romodanovsky told reporters in Moscow.
"I think that by combined efforts we will minimize the problems that the unstable situation in Ukraine may cause us," he said.
(Our editorial staff can be reached at email@example.com)
May 30, 2016
Russia should hold positions on global arms market - Medvedev
CNPC to build 30-80 km of Chinese section of Power of Siberia gas pipeline in 2016 - chairman (Part 2)
FUNDING FOR NEW VERSION OF STATE PROGRAM TO DEVELOP DEFENSE INDUSTRY IN 2016-2020 TOPS 1 TRLN RUBLES - ROGOZIN
Rosneft, CNPC have optimized Tianjin refinery study, Chinese version approved (Part 2)
MICEX and RTS Indexes at 15:00 MSK
RUSSIA SHOULD HOLD ITS POSITIONS ON GLOBAL ARMS MARKET - MEDVEDEV
Russian banks have sufficient capital buffer for boosting lending - Nabiullina (Part 2)
Gazprom in 2015 uncovered 34 cases of potential conflicts of interests in procurements
CNPC only interested in boosting stake in Rosneft given participation in management (Part 2)
Central Bank to continue firming up requirements for bailing out banks
Proton LV coupled with U.S. satellite to take off on June 8 - Roscosmos
Head of State Duma committee on defense doubts legitimacy of U.S. military involvement in operation to free al-Raqqah
No criminal cases against Prevezon group have been opened in any country in the world - lawyer for Denis Katsyv
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.
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 LondonСs 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.