Russia 100219 Basic Political Developments




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Russia 100219

Basic Political Developments


  • Prime-Tass: Feb 22: Day off for public holiday, working day moved to Saturday, February 27; Feb 23: Fatherland Defender Day, all markets closed

  • Barentsnova: Russia out of work for 4 days - Saturday is the start of four consecutive banking holidays in Russia. Office work will restart on Wednesday.

  • Ynet: Russia urges Iran to be more cooperative with IAEA

  • Prime-Tass: Feb 25–26: Meeting of Russian–Swedish trade and economic cooperation committee

  • Russia Today: Series of blasts rock southern Russia

  • RFE/RL: At Least One Killed, 16 Injured In Ingushetia Blasts

  • Reuters: One killed, 16 injured in Russia's Ingushetia blasts

  • Interfax: 02/19 11:37   28 People Wounded, Two Killed In Nazran Blast – Investigations Committee of Russian Prosecutor's Office

  • Interfax: 28 people injured in explosion in Ingushetia, two died - UPC RF

  • Trend.az: Georgia's parliamentary deputy speaker: Russia docks some warships in Ochamchira

  • Gazeta.kz: Heads of frontier departments of Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus support uniform system of protection of external border of Customs Union

  • BarentsObserver: Defence Ministers to discuss Arctic security - Russian Minister of Defence Anatoli Serdjukov arrives in Finland today for a three day visit /Thursday/

  • PTI: India to get Nerpa nuke sub by May' 10

  • IANS: India to order 29 more combat jets for navy - India will order 29 more MiG-29K combat jets for the navy to add to the 16 planes that have already been contracted for, Defence Minister A.K. Antony said Friday.

  • PTI: MiG-29K fighter planes inducted into the Navy

  • Business Standard: Friend turns 'foe' in tank battle simulator deal - Viktor Komardin, the chief of Russian export controller, Rosoboronexport, pointed out that nobody had consulted Russia. Komardin said, “Is this legal? Is this ethical? Is this proper? If India wants a real simulator, it should be asked for from Russia itself. A quality simulator cannot be created without information from the designer on issues like ballistics and fire control computation.”

  • RIA: Cryosat-2 launch delayed due to technical reasons

  • Worldbulletin: Turkey, Russia talk on natural gas price, nuclear plants - Russia's Transneft and Rosneft have made offers to supply a Turkish oil pipeline project, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin said.

  • Focus: Russia says ready to help Turkey build nuclear power plant

  • Focus: Romania to substitute Bulgaria in “South Stream”

  • Focus: Bulgarian, Russian energy ministers to discuss implementation of energy projects

  • Novinite: Tough Talks Ahead for Bulgaria, Russia Energy Ministers in Sofia
    Sofia Echo: Relentless pursuit - Visits by Russian top-level executives to Sofia in mid-February, have not elicited much in the way of actual progress, but were indicative of the tenacity of the Russian companies involved in pursuing the projects.
    Abc.az: Russia ready to adopt accounting and auditing standards for activity of Islamic financial institutions

  • Angus Reid Global Monitor: Two-in-Five Russians Would Rely on Death Penalty

  • Washington Post: Protests are showing cracks in Kremlin policy

  • Financial Times: Medvedev sacks 18 police to launch anti-corruption drive

  • The Moscow Times: Judd Raises Estemirova Case

  • The Moscow Times: In the Spotlight: Twitter

  • Reuters: U.S. actor Kutcher tells Russia of social web power

  • The Moscow Times: File Sharing Website Shut Down - Prosecutors shut down the Torrents.ru web site on Thursday after accusing Russia's most popular BitTorrent tracker of breaching intellectual property rights.

  • The Moscow Times: Lawmakers Say Heads Will Roll for Dismal Olympic Performance

  • WSJ: Slow Olympic Start Stirs Russian Angst - Parliament speaker Boris Gryzlov, a leader of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's United Russia party, said anything less than a fourth-place finish in the final standings "would be a failure for those who are responsible for sports in our country" and could lead to their dismissal, Russia's Ria-Novosti news agency reported.

  • Reuters: Russians angered by poor start to Games

  • RIA: What the Russian papers say

  • Gazeta

  • Iran invites the West to partner in nuclear program, but on its own terms

  • Vedomosti

  • Russia, Israel to ask each other's opinion during arms exports

  • Kommersant

  • Russia should not rush Yanukovych into friendship

  • RBC Daily

  • Russia gaining foothold in the Caucasus

  • Huffington Post: Open Season on Lawyers in Russia

  • Itar-Tass: Politicians split on glorifying Stalin’s WW2 role

  • Reuters: Passions simmer over Moscow plans for Stalin V-Day

  • The Times: Stalin to be celebrated as a war hero for 65th anniversary of Nazi defeat

  • Itar-Tass: Report on bombing St Pete's theater proves false

  • Moscow News: Russia to fingerprint foreigners - Migration rules are getting tighter for foreigners who work in Russia. The new law, effective from 2012, will screen all foreigners for fingerprints who apply for a work permit.

  • Moscow News: The Kremlin’s history lesson - Say what you like about Vladislav Surkov, the Kremlin's modern-day Machiavelli, but his public pronouncements are rarely boring.

  • Spiegel: Can a Russian Oligarch Save the British Press?

  • Russia Today: Russia warms up to climate change legislation

  • The Korea Herald: Korean student in Russia beaten to death

  • The Jamestown Foundation: European Proposal on Tactical Nuclear Weapons Highlights Russian Nuclear Dilemmas
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