From 01 October 2010

Baltic Sea Region - Archipelago of Innovation?

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09.10.13 10:10 Politics

European Commission might summon RF ambassador over ban on imports of Lithuanian dairy products.

Lithuania’s top five dairy plants are Pieno Zvaigzdes (Svalia brand), Rokiskio Suris, Zemaitijos Pienas, Vilkyskiu Pienine and Marijampoles Pieno Konservai.

09.10.13 10:08 Politics

Netherlands prepared to offer apologies to Russia if Vienna convention found violated in incident with Russian diplomat.

The Russian Foreign Ministry stated on Monday that the ministry sends a harsh note of protest to the Netherlands over the attack on the minister-counsellor of the Russian Embassy in the Netherlands. The Dutch ambassador in Russia was summoned in the Russian Foreign Ministry and the note of protest was given to him on Tuesday.

09.10.13 10:06 Politics

Three Russians from ship Arctic Sunrise left under arrest.

“The appeals against the arrest of Russian citizens Denis Sinyakov, Yekaterina Zaspa and Andrei Allakhverdov were first to be lodged in the court, the appeal against the arrest of Roman Dolgov will be tried on October 9,” the Greenpeace press service told Itar-Tass.

09.10.13 10:01 Politics

Russia expects the Netherland to provide explanations over incident with Russian diplomat.

“We are expecting our Dutch friends to provide explanations and apologies, we also want to know what disciplinary measures would be taken in respect of the police officers who took part in the incident,” he said.

09.10.13 09:44 Politics

Netherlands’ reaction to incident involving Russian diplomat unacceptable - Foreign Ministry.

Such reaction does not correspond to the level of Russian-Dutch relations, Lukashevich said.

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