March 10, 2014 17:32
March 10, 2014
Yatsenyuk urges Moscow to help get Crimea referendum cancelled
Ukraine's interim prime minister to attend UN SC meeting March 13
U.S. will not recognize results of referendum in Crimea - U.S. ambassador to Ukraine (Part 2)
U.S. will not recognize results of referendum in Crimea - U.S. ambassador to Ukraine
Crimean authorities, residents calm about Kyiv not recognizing referendum - Speaker Konstantinov
Crimean authorities promise to develop Russian, Ukrainian, Tatar languages
Crimean authorities to allow no provocations on referendum day - Speaker Konstantinov
Polls shows over 80% residents of Crimea want to be part of Russia - Speaker Konstantinov
Uzbekistan, Japan hold bilateral consultations
Benelux foreign ministers support territorial integrity of Ukraine
New Ukrainian authorities ready to give more powers to regions, more rights to ethnic minorities
Yanukovych to make statement in Rostov-on-Don on March 11 - source
The Middle East has always lured investors with its oil and gas resources, but the political risks in this region are also high. The chairman of the Union of Oil & Gas Producers of Russia, Yury Shafranik spoke with Interfax about the outlook for normalizing the situation in the region, the role of major oil and gas projects in the process of reconciling conflicting forces, as well as Russian companies‘ chances on the promising Mediterranean shelf.
The outgoing U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul has given an interview with Interfax in which he speaks about the outcomes of his work in Russia, latest trends and developments in relations between Moscow and Washington.
EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy Stefan Fule has given an interview with Interfax ahead of the Eastern Partnership summit Vilnius in which he speaks about the Ukraine-EU association agreement and the agenda of the upcoming summit.