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27.09.2017 - PHOTO: Former Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization Nikolay Bordyuzha made a report at the Russian Embassy

On 27 September Former Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (2003-2017) Nikolay Bordyuzha presented a report on "Ensuring Security in Eurasia" dedicated to 15th Anniversary of the Collective Security Treaty Organization to the audience of diplomats, businessmеn, journalists at the Russian Embassy.


27.09.2017 - Embassy requests FCO to make sure POW graves in Alderney are respected (response to Russian media question)

Following British media reports that the construction works for the France – Alderney – Britain energy project have damaged the burial sites of former Nazi concentration camps in Alderney, the Embassy has formally requested the relevant authorities of the United Kingdom and the Bailiwick of Guernsey to ensure that all possible effort is made to identify the human remains found during the construction works and give them a dignified burial. The Embassy has also offered help with the identification of the said remains, should any sign point to them being of Soviet citizens.


26.09.2017 - Press release on Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov’s meeting with a delegation of the Syrian opposition National Renewal Movement

On September 26, Special Presidential Representative for the Middle East and Africa and Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov received a delegation of the Syrian opposition National Renewal Movement headed by Obeida Nahas.


26.09.2017 - Tim Peake s pacecraft ’s next epic journey... across the UK

Tuesday 26 September: European Space Agency Astronaut Tim Peake launch ed a ‘first - o f - its - kind’ national tour of the Soyuz spacecraft u sed for his Principia m ission , with the aim of inspiring a generation of people across the country.


25.09.2017 - Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s interview with Itogi Nedeli for the NTV network, Moscow, September 24, 2017

Question: It looked as if it was a difficult week for the UN General Assembly, what with some delegations walking out and others joining the debate and making statements. It was probably part of the diplomatic game. What is your assessment of these developments? Sergey Lavrov: This is inevitable, because heads of state and ministers attend the opening session of the UN General Assembly and the General Debate. It is mostly a week of bilateral contact and, of course, remarks delivered at the General Assembly, where all countries present their approaches to current international issues. A huge number of side events are held parallel with the GA session, and this could be even more important. These include bilateral trust-based talks on delicate issues, during which the sides sometimes find something that they will be able to use in their work later. Also, a great many multilateral events are held. In my case, I have attended some 70 meetings, including with the foreign ministers of the CSTO, SCO, CELAC and many other countries, plus a meeting of the five permanent Security Council members with the UN Secretary-General.


25.09.2017 - Eurasian Economic Union today (by Ambassador Yakovenko for RT)

Though hardly noticeable in the Western media, the Eurasian economic cooperation is booming, with the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) becoming an increasingly effective integration project. The unique format of enhanced economic coordination along with the EAEU member states’ retained political sovereignty and cultural identity is proving itself.


25.09.2017 - On Russia's assistance to Central Asia (by Ambassador Yakovenko for RT)

Russia attaches great importance to the issue of sustainable development as it is underlined by the UN. Among our priorities in this area is the development of Central Asia. We contribute to the development of this region on a regular basis, regardless of the global economic crisis and its negative effect on Russia’s economy. In today’s world, international aid is often politically motivated and aimed at exerting one’s influence. Russia has a different approach.


25.09.2017 - IX BRICS Summit – turning into a global organisation (by Ambassador Yakovenko for RT)

The 9th BRICS summit in Xiamen, China, has emphasized the proximity of positions of the member states on the current global problems. It demonstrated that over the last 10 years BRICS has grown into a full-fledged international mechanism for global cooperation.


25.09.2017 - Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s answers to media questions on the sidelines of the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, New York, September 22, 2017

Question: I want to thank you on behalf of the UN Correspondents Association for this news conference and the ability to talk with you within the framework of the UN General Assembly. Mr Lavrov, the overwhelming majority of the leaders who have already spoken at the UN General Assembly expressed concern over North Korea’s nuclear activity, and US President Donald Trump has even used the UN pulpit to threaten North Korea. Pyongyang has promised to respond. It appears that neither the US nor the North Korean leaders are ready to accept the roadmap that has been proposed by Russia and China. What can the international community do in this situation? What step should be taken next? Does Russia have any new proposal on the settlement of this crisis?


25.09.2017 - PRESENTATION by Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk at the Christian Future of Europe Conference 22 September 2017, London

Your Eminences and Your Excellencies, dear Mr. Ambassador, conference organizers and participants, I cordially greet all of those gathered today at the Russian Embassy in London to partake in this conference dedicated to the question of the future of Christianity in Europe. This topic is not only not losing any of its relevance, but is resounding ever anew. Experts believe that today Christianity remains not only the most persecuted religious community on the planet, but is also encountering fresh challenges which touch upon the moral foundations of peoples' lives, their faith and their values. Recent decades have seen a transformation in the religious and ethnic landscape of Europe.



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