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11.10.13 09:43 Politics

Russia hopes Netherlands to analyse possible aftermath of illegal actions against Russian diplomat.

“We will hope that the Dutch leadership will analyze correctly possible consequences of their illegal actions and we will find a solution that will not deteriorate our relations with this major European partner,” the spokesman of the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

11.10.13 09:41 Politics

Lavrov to visit Belgium on October 14-15.

The visit will be paid when the two countries mark the 160th anniversary of diplomatic relations. "Over the time, our ties have come to the level of strategic partnership. Belgium is our raliable business partner," Lukashevich noted.

11.10.13 09:39 Politics

Lukashevich urges not to politicise Russia-EU relations.

Russia and the European Union “have many areas of cooperation that saturate our relations and give reasons to say that we develop strategic partnership with our European counterparts,” he said.

11.10.13 09:36 Politics

Arctic Sunrise ship captain is fined.

The captain is fined in accordance with the Code on Administrative Offences. He refused to obey the lawful orders of border guards to stop the vessel and allow them to examine the ship, the press service of the Murmansk regional border guard department told Itar-Tass.

10.10.13 15:14 Politics

Russia hopes Netherlands will give explanations over incident with Russian diplomat before end of this week - Russia FM.

He also added that Russia hopes the Netherlands will study correctly possible consequences of illegal actions against Borodin and will find a solution that will not deteriorate bilateral relations.

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