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17/12/2019Economía The Moscow Times - Rusia Energía
Syria's parliament has approved contracts for oil exploration with two Russian companies in an effort to boost production hit by more than eight years of war and Western sanctions. State news agency SANA said the deals cover exploration and production in three blocs, including an oilfield in northeast Syria and a gas field north of the capital Damascus.
28/06/2019Política The Moscow Times - Rusia Política Internacional
26/06 - 19:06 - Europe’s top human rights body has confirmed Russia’s return as a member after the country was suspended for five years over the annexation of Crimea.
25/04/2019Política The Moscow Times - Rusia Política Internacional
Russian President Vladimir Putin said after holding talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Thursday that he thought U.S. security guarantees would probably not be enough to persuade Pyongyang to shut its nuclear program.
24/04/2019Política The Moscow Times - Rusia Relaciones Bilaterales
Kim Jong Un, like Vladimir Putin, has enjoyed flourishes of bonhomie with Donald Trump only to see the relationship fray over sanctions. Now, the North Korean leader is turning to the Russian president for help.
18/03/2019Política The Moscow Times - Rusia
News Opinion Meanwhile Arts and Life Podcasts Russian and U.S. Diplomats to Hold Venezuela Talks in Italy This Week
United States Special Representative for Venezuela Elliott Abrams and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov are due to meet in Rome this week to discuss the situation in Venezuela, diplomats from the two countries said.
27/10/2017Cancillería The Moscow Times - Rusia Política Internacional
As an Islamic State (IS) poster of an Argentinian footballer crying blood circulates the web, Argentina’s ambassador to Russia said the 2018 World Cup will be safe to visit next summer, ESPN reported Thursday.
11/10/2017Política The Moscow Times - Rusia Política Internacional
Oct 11, 2017 — 09:04 — Update: 09:05 - The Russian Foreign Ministry has not eliminated the possibility of reducing U.S. diplomatic staff by another 150 or more personnel, the state-run news agency RIA Novosti reported Wednesday.