MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko have agreed to meet in Moscow in coming weeks, the Kremlin said on Sunday.
【MO】【SC】【OW】【 (】【Re】【ut】【er】【s)】【 -】【 A】【rm】【en】【ia】【 p】【la】【ns】【 t】【o 】【st】【ar】【t 】【pr】【od】【uc】【ti】【on】【 o】【f 】【Ru】【ss】【ia】【n 】【AK】【-1】【03】【 K】【al】【as】【hn】【ik】【ov】【 r】【if】【le】【s 】【du】【ri】【ng】【 t】【he】【 f】【ir】【st】【 t】【en】【 d】【ay】【s 】【of】【 J】【ul】【y,】【 t】【he】【 R】【us】【si】【an】【 F】【ed】【er】【al】【 S】【er】【vi】【ce】【 f】【or】【 M】【il】【it】【ar】【y-】【Te】【ch】【ni】【ca】【l 】【Co】【op】【er】【at】【io】【n 】【sa】【id】【 o】【n 】【Th】【ur】【sd】【ay】【.】
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov, Energy Minister Alexander Novak, and Agriculture Minister Dmitry Patrushev will keep their posts in Russia’s new government, the Kremlin said on Tuesday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Thursday it had missed a United Nations deadline to repatriate North Korean workers due to what it called objective difficulties, but said it was scrupulously complying with U.N. sanctions on Pyongyang.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The foreign ministers of Russia and Turkey on Monday agreed that a deal over Syria’s Idlib region must be observed, amid rising tensions between opposing forces, the Interfax news agency cited the Russian foreign ministry as saying.
【MOSC】【OW (】【Reut】【ers)】【 - L】【ithu】【ania】【n Fo】【reig】【n Mi】【nist】【er L】【inas】【 Lin】【kevi】【cius】【 sai】【d on】【 Tue】【sday】【 tha】【t Ru】【ssia】【 was】【 try】【ing 】【to u】【se a】【 pol】【itic】【al c】【risi】【s in】【 Bel】【arus】【 to 】【draw】【 Min】【sk c】【lose】【r in】【to i】【ts o】【rbit】【 by 】【pres】【suri】【ng i】【t to】【 agr】【ee t】【o cl】【oser】【 int】【egra】【tion】【.】<