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08/19 00:30   Russia, Germany working on idea of large interparliamentary commission - Putin (Part 2)
08/19 00:25   Putin calls on Europe to provide humanitarian aid to those areas in Syria where refugees can return (Part 2)
08/19 00:14   Volodin meets with Erdogan in Ankara (Part 2)
08/19 00:08   Volodin expects proposals from Duma's competent committees concerning Group's initiative to decriminalize repost offences
08/18 23:41   Settlement of Ukrainian crisis stalls - Putin
08/18 22:55   Putin calls on Europe to provide humanitarian aid to those areas in Syria where refugees can return
08/18 22:34   Merkel wishes to discuss human rights with Putin
08/18 22:28   Russia, Germany working on idea of large interparliamentary commission - Putin
08/18 22:21   Putin says his visit to Austrian FM's wedding was good
08/18 21:52   Merkel: We want JCPOA preserved but observe with concern Iran's activities, especially in implementation of its missile program

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Russias Gas Sector: Shifting to Eurasian Strategy

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  • In 2014, Russias gas reserves surged by 1,250 billion cubic meters, 95% more than annual gas extraction.
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  • The average price of Russian gas exports outside the CIS is forecast at $242 per 1,000 cubic meters in 2015.

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