August 14, 2014 16:05
Five hundred leave Luhansk via humanitarian corridor over past day
KYIV. Aug 14 (Interfax) - Almost 7,000 civilians have left the army operation zone through a humanitarian corridor opened by the Luhansk region administration on July 29, the administration press service said on Thursday.
Five hundred and five persons riding in 80 cars used the humanitarian corridor on August 13, it said.
(Our editorial staff can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org)
November 30, 2015
Russian aircraft in Syria armed with air-to-air missiles for protection - Russian Aerospace Force
Uralsib might be recapitalized with OFZ bonds - deputy finance minister
Lukoil wants to join forces with Exxon to develop shelf gas reserves off Romania
Moscow accuses Warsaw of violating bilateral agreements by dismantling Soviet soldiers' monument in Polish town of Mielec
Several more banks might join OFZ recapitalization program
UN anti-drug body to consider amended Afghanistan support program on Dec 14
Russian Tourism Service head does not confirm reports India's Goa found dangerous for Russian tourists (Part 2)
Obama expresses regret over Su-24 incident, discussed Syria, Ukraine at meeting with Putin - Peskov (Part 2)
SEVERAL MORE BANKS TO TAKE PART IN OFZ RECAPITALIZATION PROGRAM - MOISEYEV
BANK URALSIB TO BE RECAPITALIZED VIA OFZ BONDS, PROGRAM RULES TO ALTER - DEPUTY FINANCE MINISTER MOISEYEV
Tourist inflow in Russia may grow by 3-5 mln people - Federal Tourism Service head (Part 2)
RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY AGAIN EXPRESSES RESOLUTE PROTEST TO POLISH AMBASSADOR IN RUSSIA OVER ANOTHER REMOVAL OF SOVIET MONUMENT, DEMANDS EXPLANATIONS FROM COUNTRY'S NEW GOVERNMENT
MOSCOW ACCUSES WARSAW OF VIOLATING NUMBER OF BILATERAL AGREEMENTS BY DISMANTLING SOVIET SOLDIERS' MONUMENT IN POLISH TOWN OF MIELEC - RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
Egyptian Ambassador to Russia Mohammed El-Badri has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about the investigation of Russia‘s A321 air crash over Egypt, safety of flights over the Sinai Peninsula, the influence of the tragedy on tourist flow to Egypt and Russian-Egyptian bilateral relations.
Director of Operations at the International Committee of the Red Cross Dominik Stillhart has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about the committee‘s work in Syria and situation in Donbas after the establishment of ceasefire there and growing humanitarian needs as winter season approaches.
Two cochairmen of the UN Secretary General‘s High-Level Panel on Humanitarian Financing European Commission Vice-President Kristalina Georgieva and Sultan Nazrin Shah of Perak, Malaysia, who are to arrive in Moscow on Monday, have given a joint written interview to Interfax in which they speak about the reasons the panel was created, goals of their visit to Russia and called to increase private donations to humanitarian needs.