Russia plans to cut its oil output by 90,000-10,000 barrels per day this month — minister
In February, Russia plans to cut oil output by 90,000-100,000 barrels per day compared to October 2018, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak told reporters on Tuesday.
OPEC+ countries took the …
Germany, France coming to terms on Nord Stream 2 and EU directive — agency
Berlin and Paris has settled their dispute regarding the Nord Stream 2 and reached a tradeoff on amendments to the EU Gas Directive, suggesting their new version not blocking the pipeline project, AFP …
Russian telecom watchdog satisfied with results of cooperation with Google
Russia’s telecom and media watchdog is satisfied with the results of cooperation with the US-based tech giant and search engine Google, which it required to join the federal state information …
Stronger Japanese-US alliance not conducive to peace treaty dialogue, says ambassador
Steps aimed at strengthening the military alliance between Japan and the United States against the backdrop of Washington’s anti-Russian policy is not conducive to dialogue on a peace treaty …
Political crisis in Venezuela: economic consequences for Russia
The situation in the world oil market has become less predictable – certain problems with the dynamics of the OPEC+ transaction settlement are offset by increased instability in Venezuela. In …
Nord Stream 2 faces no insurmountable obstacles — Russia’s representative to EU
There are no insurmountable obstacles to the implementation of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, Russia's Permanent Representative to the European Union Vladimir Chizhov said in an interview with …
Bank of England stays mum on reports about denying Maduro’s gold withdrawal request
The Bank of England has refused to comment on media reports that it turned down the Venezuelan government’s request to pull $1.2 billion worth of gold out of the bank, a BoE spokesperson told …
The price of Euromaidan
On June 7, 2014, Petro Poroshenko came into office as President of Ukraine. He started off with numerous “sweet promises”: declared a policy towards European integration, which was …
Moscow court upholds arrest in absentia of wanted UK financier
The Moscow City Court upheld the arrest in absentia of Hermitage Capital Founder William Browder on Wednesday on charges of forming a criminal syndicate, TASS reported from the site.
"The ruling of …
Putin considers it possible to increase trade turnover between Russia and Japan to $30 bln
Russian President Vladimir Putin considers it possible to increase the trade turnover between Russia and Japan in the coming years to $30 bln.
«If we talk in general, the cooperation between …