June 10, 2014 05:00
Russia and CIS political and economic calendar: June 10
MOSCOW. June 10 (Interfax) - The political and economic calendar in Russia and CIS for June 10 is as follows:
*** Gazprom to introduce pre-payment by Ukraine for gas.
*** VI International Forum "Atomexpo 2014" takes place until June 11.
Gostiny Dvor (4, ul. Ilyinka)
*** Press conference "Intellectual Asset Management in Russian Power Energy Sector" to take place.
Interfax News Agency (Moscow, 2, First Tverskaya-Yamskaya, street)
Accreditation: +7(499)250-88-32, +7(495)517-03-36.
*** Gazprom - board meeting.
*** Bashneft - AGM.
*** Mosenergo to publish its IFRS result for Q1 2014.
*** Press conference of German Gref, Sberbank CEO, to take place.
Sberbank headquarters (19, Vavilova street)
Accreditation: +7 (495) 957-57-21 e-mail email@example.com.
*** Press conference "Prospects for Development of Wine Industry in Russia and Crimea" to take place.
Russia Today news agency (4, Zubovsky blvrd)
Accreditation: (495) 645-64-72, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
July 23, 2014
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July 22, 2014
Kyiv-based radio station to undergo inspection for broadcasting greeting addressed to self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic
Ukrainian Security Service passes case against Russian woman accused of organizing mass unrest to courts
Ukrainian Rada man ban military mobilization of men who are only breadwinners
Three rounds fired presumably from Ukraine explode near customs checkpoint in Rostov region of Russia (Part 2)
Russian govt simplifies application procedure for Ukrainian asylum seekers
First plane carrying Malaysian Boeing crash victims to leave for Netherlands Wednesday - Ukrainian ministry
Parliament of self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic elects new chairman in absence of quorum
Interpol specialists start identification of Malaysian jet crash victims' bodies
UKRAINIAN REFUGEES' APPLICATIONS FOR ASYLUM IN RUSSIA MUST BE EXAMINED IN FAST-TRACK PROCEDURE - RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT DECREE
Justice Ministry's expansion of foreign-agent list weakens civil society in Russia - human rights activists (Part 2)