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Russia's Black Sea Fleet remains in Ukraine's Sevastopol · 2010-04-27 17:04

Russia's Black Sea Fleet, diary-news.comBoth the Russian State Duma and the Ukrainian parliament have ratified the agreement extending the presence of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine after 2017 for another 25 years.

Russian parliamentarians have expressed their support for the deal with 410 votes.

Despite opposition's attempts to block the decision a total of 236 Ukrainian parliamentarians supported this decision on Tuesday, RT reports.

Ukrainian opposition lawmakers have tried to block the deal to extend the lease of the naval base saying it betrays the country's national interests, a position that Russia' Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has found surprising.

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11.12.2016 6:20 Russia to Create Monitoring Group to Control Oil Output Reduction – Novak

Russia will create a monitoring group to control oil output reduction process inside the country, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said.


10.12.2016 22:53 Russian Government to Receive Over $11 Billion From Rosneft Shares Sale

The deal on the sale of a 19.5 percent stake in Russia’s largest oil producer Rosneft will bring Moscow some $11.1 billion in revenues, the company announced Saturday.


10.12.2016 18:30 Car Crash Leaves at Least Seven Dead in Russia's Southern Urals

Seven people died, according to preliminary information, in the car accident in Russia's southern Orenburg Region.


10.12.2016 16:49 Upgrading a Hellduck: Russia's Su-34 to Get State-of-the-Art Overhaul

The next few years will see the further modernization of the Su-34, a Russian strike fighter; the warplane will get new armament and electronic warfare systems, according to the Russian news network Zvezda.


10.12.2016 5:50 Kamchatka’s Volcano Spews Ash 36,000 Feet Above Sea Level

The Shiveluch volcano, which is the northernmost active volcano in Russia’s Kamchatka Territory, has spewed ash 11,000 meters (over 36,000 feet) above sea level, the Kamchatka branch of the Russian Emergencies Ministry informed in a statement.


10.12.2016 0:5 'We Are Done': WADA Not Planning New Reports on Doping Violations in Russia

The second part of the report by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) independent commission on alleged doping abuse in the Russian sports was the last one, the commission's head, Richard McLaren, said Friday.


9.12.2016 21:56 Ex-President of Russia’s Athletic Federation Called WADA 'Evil Organization'

The World Anti-Doping Agency is an "evil organization", which is trusted implicitly without presenting any arguments, Valentin Balakhnichev, the former president of All-Russia Athletic Federation (ARAF), said Friday.


9.12.2016 21:37 Russian Anti-Doping Commission Head on McLaren Report: Biased Attitude is Unfair

Russia needs active representatives in the international organizations to promote the state's interests related to the sports sphere, Russian Independent Anti-Doping Commission chief Vitaly Smirnov said Friday.


9.12.2016 21:7 Medvedev Orders to Work Out Strategy on Increasing Rosneft's Dividends

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev ordered to elaborate a plan on increasing the amount of dividends of the Rosneft energy company.


9.12.2016 18:38 TripAdvisor Approves: Kaliningrad Makes Top 10 Perspective European Destinations

Popular travel website TripAdvisor included Kaliningrad in its “Top Destinations on the Rise — Europe” ranking. The Russian exclave sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania took the fifth line on the list.


9.12.2016 18:35 Trump's Ex-Adviser Page to Speak at Rossiya Segodnya on Monday

Carter Page, who was an adviser to presidential campaign of Donald Trump will speak on Monday at Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency.


9.12.2016 18:30 WWII-Era Guns Found Stashed in a Train Toilet in Russia (PHOTOS)

Customs officers uncovered a cache of weapons from World War II on a regional train bound from Kaliningrad to Moscow.


9.12.2016 17:47 Russian Sports Ministry Denies Existence of State-Run Doping Programs

The Russian Sports Ministry assured in a Friday press-release of state-run doping programs non-existence and promised to continue fight against doping.


9.12.2016 17:16 Russian Athletes Say Doping Accusations in Second McLaren Report Lack Evidence

A number of prominent Russian athletes and sports officials on Friday said that they consider the fact that the lack of evidence in the report of Canadian sports law professor Richard McLaren on alleged doping use in Russia proves that the document is unfounded.


9.12.2016 16:59 Russian Foreign Ministry Refutes Claims on Militarization of Kaliningrad Exclave

Poland's claims that Russia is militarizing its exclave of Kaliningrad on the Baltic Sea are false, the Russian Foreign Ministry's Third European Department Director Sergey Nechayev said Friday.


9.12.2016 16:10 Russia's Gazprom, Rosneft Agree to Create Laser System to Deal With Oil Spills

Russian energy companies Gazprom and Rosneft signed an agreement on scientific and technical cooperation on 2017-2019, which implies development of a laser system aimed at liquidation of potential oil spills, including in the Arctics, Gazprom's press service said in a statement on Friday.


9.12.2016 16:8 Most Unusual Way for Tourists to Explore Russian Capital? Moscow Monorail!

Starting from 2017, Moscow citizens and guests will be able to explore the Russian capital from above – the city’s monorail system will switch to tour mode from its usual transportation regime.


9.12.2016 15:40 Self-Inflicted Fears of Russian Aggression Scare Swedes From Nord Stream 2

With Moscow hardly being on Sweden's Christmas list, Stockholm continues to trump up fear of Russia. Sweden's recent report on Russia's military capability proceeds from the far-fetched assumption that Russia is poised to take initiative to use military force.


9.12.2016 14:15 Second Part of WADA Report on Alleged Doping Abuse in Russia Released

The second part of the report on the alleged doping abuse in Russia was released by the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) commission led by Canadian law professor Richard McLaren.




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