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CPS banned shipments of wines from Moldova to Russia · 2014-12-16 18:08

CPS imposed a ban on Moldovan wine products shipments to Russia. This was stated by minister Gennady Onishchenko.

According to him, the restrictions on the supply of all Moldovan wine products related to claims of the Russian side to the quality of products.

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23.1.2020 12:5 Russian State Duma Supports Constitutional Amendments Legislation in Preliminary Vote

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the need for constitutional changes during his annual address to the parliament.


23.1.2020 7:45 Population of Amur Leopards Unharmed by Rising Number of Siberian Tigers – National Park

VLADIVOSTOK Russia (Sputnik) – The increasing number of Siberian tigers in the Land of the Leopard National Park has no negative impact on the population of Amur leopards living there, the park’s press service said on Thursday, citing a research.


23.1.2020 2:38 Russian Prime Minister Mishustin Appoints New Heads of Pension Fund, Medical-Biological Agency

Mishustin previously accepted Russian President Vladimir Putin's invitation to become prime minister following the resignation of the former government led by Dmitry Medvedev.


22.1.2020 20:49 Moody’s Believes Russia’s Economic Policy Will Remain Unchanged Despite Government Shuffle

The government of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev resigned last week, immediately following President Putin’s address to the Federal Assembly. The new cabinet of Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin was appointed Tuesday, with most of the previous government’s economic bloc retaining its seats.


22.1.2020 14:46 Multi-Faith Russia Needs Strong Presidential Power - Putin

USMAN (Lipetsk region) (Sputnik) - Multi-faith Russia needs strong presidential power, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday.


22.1.2020 11:54 Russia's Prime Minister Mishustin Signs Decree for Approval of New Government

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree on Wednesday, approving the new structure of the government, a corresponding document published on the cabinet's website said.


22.1.2020 4:45 New Coronavirus Vaccine Could Take Months to Develop in Russia - Health Ministry Official

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – A Russian vaccine for the new strain of coronavirus will take at least half a year to develop, Deputy Director of the Russian Health Ministry’s Centre for Strategic Planning and Biomedical Health Risks Management German Shipulin said.


21.1.2020 21:25 Who’s In, Who’s Out, Who’s Who of Russia’s New Government

The government of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev resigned last week, shortly after President Putin’s address to the Federal Assembly, in which a number of “fundamental changes” to Russia’s constitution were proposed.


21.1.2020 19:7 Russia's Private Research University Skoltech to Develop Sanction-Resistant 5G Hardware Market

The Russian institute has obtained a state grant for the “development of a single digital platform solution enabling effective design and deployment of radio access networks using a globally compatible next-generation open communication standard (5G).”


21.1.2020 16:57 Putin Thanks Chaika for Work on Prosecutor General's Post

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Putin on Tuesday met in the Kremlin with Chaika and deputy head of the Investigative Committee Igor Krasnov, whose candidacy had been proposed by the head of state for the post of the prosecutor general.


21.1.2020 13:30 Kremlin Pledges 'Large-Scale Public Discussion' on Proposed Constitutional Amendments

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia's proposed changes to the constitution will be accompanied by a wide-scale information campaign and public discussion, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday.


21.1.2020 12:8 Kremlin Rejects UK Account of Putin-Johnson Meeting, Says Talks Were Constructive and Conciliatory

Russian President Vladimir Putin and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson met on Sunday on the sidelines of a conference on Libyan peace.


21.1.2020 7:11 Fire in Wooden Building in Russia’s Tomsk Region Kills 11 People – Emergencies Ministry

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A fire in a one-story wooden building in the village of Prichulymsky in Russia’s Tomsk region has claimed the lives of ten people, the regional department of the Emergencies Ministry said on Tuesday.


21.1.2020 5:30 Fishing Trawler on Fire with 47 on Board near Magadan, Russia

All crew members have been successfully evacuated onto another ship, with no casualties resulting from the fire.


20.1.2020 23:21 Russia Slams US for Giving Wrong Idea About Iran's Right to Enrich Uranium

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Moscow accuses Washington of misinforming the international community about Iran's right to enrich uranium, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Monday.


20.1.2020 23:8 UN Security Council Meets to Discuss OPCW Report on Syria's Douma - Video

In March 2019, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) issued a report into the Douma incident, saying that chlorine was "most likely" the chemical agent used. However, evidence provided by Russia and Syria suggested the attacks were staged by the White Helmets NGO.


20.1.2020 20:2 Proposed Amendments to Russia's Constitution: Big Changes You Need to Know About

The president proposed a series of amendments to the country’s basic law last week during his annual address to Russian lawmakers, with his speech followed by the resignation of the Russian government, the formation of a new cabinet, and the creation of a working group to iron out the details of the proposed constitutional changes.


20.1.2020 17:2 Putin Submits Draft Law on Amendments to Russian Constitution to State Duma

This comes following Russian President Vladimir Putin's state-of-the-nation address last week when he suggested some crucial amendments to the Constitution.


20.1.2020 16:58 On Thin Ice: Tourists Fall Into Half-Frozen Siberian Lake, Survive, Capture Ordeal on Camera

The incident took place on Lake Baikal, home to nearly a quarter of the planet’s surface freshwater.


20.1.2020 13:35 Putin Taps Russian Investigative Committee Deputy Head Krasnov for Post of General Prosecutor

Russia's current prosecutor general, Yuri Chaika, has been at his post since June 2006, investigating a large number of high profile corruption cases. Chaika was reappointed in June 2016, with his office formerly expected to expire in 2021.






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