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03.09.2013 - Article of the Ambassador-at-large, coordinator of the G20 affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Vadim Lukov “BRICS as an important driver of G20 development”, published in the special international volume “G20 summit in St Petersburg under presidency of Russia”

There is a deep interconnection between the development of BRICS, on the one hand, and the development of G20, on the other hand. It is based on the process of formation of a multipolar global economy of the 21 century.


30.08.2013 - Responding to Syrian crisis: are there shades of international legitimacy? (by Alexander Yakovenko, Russian Ambassador to UK, for RIA Novosti)

Some western states are announcing that they have conclusive information and evidences to blame Syrian authorities for the alleged chemical attack in Ghouta. We are observing preparations for a military option, including massive build-up of armaments in the region. It is hard to understand the true motives of these states. After disastrous interventions in Iraq without consent of the UN Security Council, and then in Libya, with UNSC mandate abused, where they effectively failed to assist bringing stability and establishing interreligious and interethnic peace, they are now repeating the same scenario.


28.08.2013 - Military option in Syria: Between crime and blunder at the expense of a peaceful solution? (by Alexander Yakovenko, Russian Ambassador to UK, for Russia Today)

Those who call for military action in Syria now are setting the world on a perilous path only to repeat the Iraqi and Libyan experience.


28.08.2013 - Russia’s G20 presidency: decision time in St. Petersburg (by Alexander Yakovenko, Russian Ambassador to UK)

In the run-up to the G20 summit in St. Petersburg, Alexander Yakovenko, Russia's Ambassador to the UK, discusses the agenda of the meeting as well challenges facing the global economy.


28.08.2013 - Interview of the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov by the Abkhazian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company, Moscow, 25 August 2013

Question:Abkhazia is on the eve of its anniversary. Five years ago the Russian Federation acknowledged the sovereignty of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in very complicated conditions. This allowed the removal of tensions in the region and the countries became entities under international law. What is your assessment of the situation today?


21.08.2013 - Ambassador’s Notebook: Crisis in Egypt

The political crisis in Egypt is not easing up. Mass protests by supporters and opponents of Mohammed Morsi continue in Cairo and some other major cities. There have been fierce clashes with security forces resulting in numerous casualties. Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that Egypt may be heading toward a civil war.


16.08.2013 - Ambassador’s Notebook: G20: On the Road to the St. Petersburg Summit

Russia has focused its G20 Presidency agenda this year on two main tasks: achieving balanced growth and creating jobs. Our priorities, supported throughout the Presidency by all our partners, are to encourage investment, increase transparency, and make regulation more effective.


14.08.2013 - Article of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov «Russia–EU: Prospects for Partnership in the Changing World», published in «Journal of Common Market Studies Annual Review»

It gives me great pleasure to address the readers of such an influential publication as the JCMS Annual Review and share my views regarding relations between the two biggest players in Europe – the Russian Federation and the European Union. The importance of this subject should not be underestimated because the future of our common continent in the 21st century will primarily depend on the EU and Russia – and their interaction.


08.08.2013 - Independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia: Why it happened (by Alexander Yakovenko, Russian Ambassador to UK)

In August 2008, the President of Georgia, in breach of the UN Charter and in violation of other international obligations and commitments, started a conflict which resulted in the loss of civilian lives and destruction.


05.08.2013 - Dmitry Medvedev's interview to Russia Today TV channel

Dmitry Medvedev is interviewed by Russia Today correspondent Oksana Boyko on the events in August 2008 and consequences of the Georgian-South Ossetian conflict. The interview was recorded on July 24, 2013.


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