Monthly Archives: November 2019

Lavrov says West should abandon “imperial policy,” lift sanctions against Russia

15:20, 27 November 2019 Russian official claims “Donetsk and Luhansk [Russian-occupied areas in Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk regions] are in conflict with Kyiv” in eastern Ukraine. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says he is sure that Western countries should abandon the “imperial policy” and lift the sanctions against Russia. The minister said this when addressing students and faculty of the

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Kyiv and Moscow agreed on scenario of all-for-all exchange, – source

18:53, 27 November 2019 Exchange of 250 people for 100 is being discussed. Negotiations between Ukraine and Russia on a large-scale “all-for-all” exchange are in the final stages. RBC reported it, citing the sources. “The important issue now is the exchange of all established persons for all established persons between Kyiv and Donbas. The lists have already been agreed and approved,” the source said.

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Germans rebuff US and seek closer ties with Russia – The Times Agency

14:13, 27 November 2019 European capitals fear being left isolated and vulnerable as doubts grow about America’s willingness to defend them in the event of attack. More Germans want to strengthen ties with Russia and China than with Britain and the US, according to a poll released days before a NATO summit in Hertfordshire. This was reported by The Times agency. A

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Naftogaz wins appeal against Gazprom in Stockholm Arbitration

Gazprom has appealed against Arbitration Court’s Decision on Fuel Supply Contracts to Ukraine “Naftogaz” wins appeal against “Gasprom” in Stockholm Arbitration. Yuriy Vitrenko, the executive director of NJSC “Naftogaz of Ukraine”, announced this on his Facebook page. Gazprom has appealed against Arbitration Court’s Decision on Fuel Supply Contracts to Ukraine. “Complete victory! Ukraine wins again! We have won the appeal

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Russia to Launch World’s Cheapest Electric Car in 2020

Zetta will be Russia’s first electric car, with a market price of around $7,000. Russia will launch its first domestically-made electric car — Zetta (Zero Emission Terra Transport Asset) — in 2020, with its certification is in the final stages, Trade and Industry Minister Denis Manturov has confirmed, state news agency Tass reported. Zetta, which will be manufactured by Russian

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