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"Moscow" ile Etiketlenen Konular

9 July 2015 23:23

  Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have exchanged views on ways to broaden bilateral cooperation in the fields of military technology and nuclear power, a Russian official says. The two presidents discussed “military-technological cooperation, cooperation in the military field, in particular, an exchange in missions of naval ships, which are taking place intensively now and which will...

30 January 2015 23:31

The head of the Syrian delegation to the Russian-brokered peace meeting aimed at helping resolve the ongoing crisis in Syria has described the talks as positive, IRNA reports. Bashar al-Jaafari, on Thursday described the talks as positive although he described the widening divisions among the so-called opposition groups as a main obstacle to reaching an agreement. The senior Syrian diplomat, who was...

27 January 2015 12:10

Members of the domestic Syrian opposition have kicked off a meeting in the Russian capital, Moscow, in an effort aimed at settling the nearly four-year conflict in Syria. More than 30 opposition figures, who are from a Syria-based official opposition, attended the meeting on Monday to work out common demands to present to the government of President Bashar al-Assad. Reports say the...

19 January 2015 22:31

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi says Tehran and Moscow have signed an agreement for the construction of two more nuclear power plants in the Islamic Republic, Press TV reports. “We have signed an agreement with Russia to build two more nuclear power plants in Bushehr,” Salehi told Press TV on Monday, adding that...

28 April 2014 19:36

Following NATO recent decision to suspend it all-out military cooperation with Moscow over Ukraine tension, Russian lawmakers set to review closure of NATO office in Moscow, a Russian daily reported. Russian lawmakers question whether it is reasonable for the NATO information office to continue to operate in Moscow taking into account that on April 1st, the NATO members’ foreign ministers decided...

19 April 2014 15:48

Russia says its extra troops that are stationed near the border with neighboring Ukraine are there due to the ongoing instability in the crisis-hit eastern European country. "We...have forces in the region of the Ukrainian border. Some of these forces are based there permanently, others are there to reinforce against the backdrop of what is happening in Ukraine itself," said Dmitry...

14 April 2014 22:14

Pro-Russian protesters in Ukraine’s eastern city of Slavyansk have appealed for Moscow’s help against Ukrainian government forces. The Kremlin responded to the request on Monday, saying Russian President Vladimir Putin is "very worried" about the current turmoil in the eastern parts of Ukraine. "Unfortunately, there's a great many such appeals coming from the Eastern Ukrainian regions addressed directly to Putin to intervene...

2 April 2014 14:03

Moscow on Wednesday threatened retaliatory action against US diplomats after US bank JP Morgan blocked a transfer of funds carried out by a Russian envoy. Russia considered as "unacceptable, illegal and absurd the decision of JP Morgan Chase bank to block the transfer by the Russian ambassador in Astana to insurance company Sogaz," said Alexander Lukashevich, a spokesman...

1 April 2014 20:00

Russia has warned Ukraine against integration with NATO, as Kiev approves a series of joint drills with the Western military alliance. The Russian Foreign Ministry has warned Tuesday that Kiev’s previous attempts to move closer to NATO had strained ties with Moscow, as well as the relationship between Russia and the defense alliance. “(Past attempts) led to a freezing of Russian-Ukrainian political...

2 March 2014 11:44

The Russian Foreign Ministry has condemned Western-double standards toward militants fighting against the government in Syria. In a statement carried by the Interfax News Agency on Saturday, the ministry said it is ironic that the West insists on the observance of human rights and at the same time attempts to “flirt” with some terrorist groups and portray some militants as moderate. It...

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