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24.10.13 08:42 Politics

Russian defence minister invites NATO partners to attend an international security conference in Moscow in May.

“We have certainly invited our colleagues to attend a conference, which is now becoming regular, in May. We are going to hold it annually,” Shoigu said after a meeting of the Russia-NATO Council on Wednesday.

23.10.13 14:28 Politics

RF president counts on developing energy cooperation with EU.

He noted that the EU is Russia’s priority partner, accounting for nearly 50 percent of Russia’s foreign trade (in 2012 - 410 billion U.S. dollars) and for a significant amount of investment (Russian - 64 billion dollars; from the EU - 86 billion dollars).

23.10.13 14:26 Politics

Putin meets new ambassadors, avoids focus on diplomatic incident in The Hague.

“As for the well-known affair involving our diplomatic mission in the Hague, it was discussed in detail during a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Mark Rutte,” he said.

23.10.13 14:24 Politics

No future for Dutch appeal with maritime court - Russian official.

“I welcome the Netherlands’ appeal with the international tribunal for one simple reason: they will likely fail to win in court. Any way of solving a dispute, except legal and judicial, would be counter-productive,” Dobrynin told Itar-Tass on Wednesday.

23.10.13 09:48 Politics

RNC Defence ministers to focus on Afghanistan, ABM, maneuvers, anti-terror.

"This will be an important meeting, for it will be the first opportunity for the Defence Ministers of the Alliance to meet in this format with their new Russian partner-- Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu.

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