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Farewell to Cyprus: the Breakdown of the Double Taxation Agreement with the Island
The news that the Russian Ministry of Finance decided to break the agreement on the avoidance of double taxation with Cyprus, although it sounded like a bolt from the blue, was not entirely unexpected. There are several strategies that can be considered for the future.
--08-08-2020--
The European Union Introduced its First "Cyber Sanctions" against Russians
The European Union has imposed sanctions for cyberattacks against individuals and organizations from Russia, China and the DPRK.
--31-07-2020--
Evgeny Lebedev is among the Candidates for a Lifetime Peerage in the British House of Lords
The son of a former member of the Forbes list, Alexander Lebedev, is known for his friendly relations with Boris Johnson.
--31-07-2020--
Sale of "Golden Passports": Coronavirus Spurred Russians' Interest in Foreign Citizenship
During the pandemic, a residence permit in other countries and a second citizenship became for Russians an alternative to exit visas. Now, some "golden passports" can be bought cheaper than before the epidemic.
--27-07-2020--
The EU will not Open Borders with Russia until Mid-August
The borders of the European Union will not open to Russians from August 1. Russia will not be included in the new version of the so-called white list.
--25-07-2020--
Business Warned about Problems with the Entry of Foreign Specialists into Russia
Due to problems occured large investment projects could be disrupted.
--24-07-2020--
Protecting Russia from the Collapse of Oil Prices Following the Mexican Scheme
Despite the fact that the prices for Urals oil are kept in the corridor of $ 40-45 per barrel, this is not very optimistic. Firstly, this level is still on the verge of a deficit-free budget. Secondly, the ghost of the second wave of coronavirus is walking both in Europe and in the whole world.
--23-07-2020--
New Restrictions on Exports to Russia Come into Force in the USA
Two new rules have come into force in the United States that restrict the export of goods to Russia. They relate, inter alia, to the export of computers and bearings, which will need to be licensed even for deliveries to civilian consumers.
--30-06-2020--
Elon Musk and the Russian Language
The founder of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, wrote in Russian on his Twitter again.
--23-05-2020--
The Price of Pandemic: How Much Russia will Lose Due to Coronavirus
The Russian economy, like many other economies in the world, is already infected with the coronavirus. But unlike many, ours was also struck by the price war virus in the oil market.
--14-04-2020--
FIFA Russia 2018: Corruption Scandal
The United States accused FIFA officials of taking bribes for holding the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
--07-04-2020--
Russia may Lose Its First Place in the Medal Standings of the Olympics in Sochi 2014
Russian biathlete Yevgeny Ustyugov was deprived of the gold medal of the Olympics in Sochi. Because of this, Russia may lose its first place in the medal standings.
--15-02-2020--
Transparency International: Annual Report on the Level of Corruption
Transparency International has published an annual report on the level of corruption in different countries of the world. Russia is next to Liberia, Paraguay and Uganda.
--23-01-2020--
EU Extends Sanctions against Russia
The European Council decided to extend sanctions against Russia for another six months. Limitations will affect the financial, energy and defense sectors of the economy.
--11-12-2019--
Russian Oligarchs: How Billionaires Try to Improve the Image of Russia in the USA
Russian businessmen and companies controlled by them donate millions of dollars to cultural events, exhibitions and tours to promote Russian culture in the United States and improve Russia's image.
--08-10-2019--


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Russia Ranked 20th in Europe in Terms of Gasoline Availability
A rating of European countries in terms of the availability of gasoline for the population was compiled.
--29-07-2020--
Britain Accuses Russia of Trying to Steal Data on Vaccine Against COVID-19
The Kremlin found such accusations unacceptable.
--17-07-2020--
Russia Appealed the Decision of the Hague Court to Pay $ 57 Billion to Yukos Shareholders
Russia appealed the decision of the Hague court to recover $ 57 billion in favor of former Yukos shareholders.
--16-05-2020--
Ukraine Introduced Sanctions against the Hermitage, Moscow State University and Other Organizations
President of Ukraine signed a decree on the imposition of sanctions against a number of museums, public, scientific and educational organizations in Russia.
--16-05-2020--
Russia will Take Part in the Gastronomic Flashmob UNWTO
Russia will join the #traveltomorrow tourism campaign organized by the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
--06-05-2020--
Russia has Resumed Flights to Return its Citizens from Foreign Countries
Today the first two flights will be completed: Bishkek - Yekaterinburg and Dhaka - Nizhny Novgorod.
--07-04-2020--
G20 Energy Ministers will Meet on April 10
G20 energy ministers will hold an extraordinary meeting in a remote format on Friday, April 10, in order to ensure the stability of the energy market.
--07-04-2020--
Russia Lost Three Lines in the Ranking of World Passports
Russia has lost three lines in the updated ranking of world passports from Henley & Partners, dropping from the 48th to the 51st line.
--21-01-2020--
Russians Believe Their Country Is Respected
Two thirds of the Russians believe the rest of the world fears and respects their country, according to a new opinion poll conducted by the state-run pollster Public Opinion Foundation.
--11-12-2012--
Kazan Is Announced a Candidate to Host WTA 2014 Championship
The Russian city of Kazan has joined Mexico City, Singapore and Chinas Tianjin as candidates to host the 2014 Women's Tennis Association Championship.
--29-10-2012--
Russian Sailors Kidnapped by Nigerian Pirates
Six Russian sailors together with one Estonian were kidnapped off the Nigerian southern coast, a French oil and gas services company reports.
--18-10-2012--
Turkey Detained Syrian Passenger Flight from Moscow to Damascus
Turkish air forces compelled Syrian Air passenger plane heading from Moscow to Damascus over suspicions that it was carrying "non-civilian" cargo.
--11-10-2012--
USAID Stops Its Activity in Russia
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will stop operating in Russia, the U.S. Department of State reported.
--19-09-2012--
Peruvian Servicemen to Be Educated in Russia
According to an agreement between Russia and Peru, two hundred Peruvian servicemen will study in Russias universities.
--10-09-2012--
Night Bicycle Tours to be Held in Russia, UK and Italy
This year, several world renowned cities will host a popular sporting and cultural event Velonotte. It is a unique series of night bike tours, focused on architecture, landscapes and key monuments.
--06-04-2012--
Bulgaria to Open Five Visa Centres in Russia
In 2012, the Bulgarian Consulate will additionally open five visa centres in Russian cities, bringing their total number to sixteen.
--05-04-2012--
Russian Pancake Week to be Celebrated in London
The celebration of the Russian Pancake Week (Maslenitsa) will be held in London for the fifth time. According to the words of Sergey Shpilko, the head of Moscow Committee on tourism and hotel industry, the upcoming event will provide an advertising of Russia as a tourist destination.
--17-02-2012--
Norway Will Hold a Ski Festival in St.Petersburg
A ski festival, organized by the Norwegian Council for Tourism, the Bergans company and the Ski and Snowboard Federation, will take place in St. Petersburg February 18, 2012. Winter sports enthusiasts are welcomed to visit the "Okhta-park" from 11.00 to 15.00.
--13-02-2012--
Syrian Protesters Attack Russian Embassy
Russian embassy in Libyan capital of Tripoli was attacked by several dozens of Syrian protesters on Sunday, a day after Russia and China had vetoed the UN resolution on Syria.
--07-02-2012--
Russia and China Veto UN Resolution on Syria
Using their veto right, Russia and China blocked a UN Security Council resolution on Syria that called for change of power in that country.
--06-02-2012--
Swedish Visa Application Centre to Appear in Moscow
In the summer of 2011 Sweden opened in St. Petersburg its first visa application centre in Russia. And from February 17, 2012 the same office will start to work in Moscow.
--03-02-2012--
Russia Will Take Part in World Snow Day
Russia ia among 39 countries, which are going to participate in the first World Snow Day, initiated by the International Ski Federation. The event will be held January 22, 2012.
--12-01-2012--
Brad Pitt Buys Soviet Era Tank for His Los Angeles Home
Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt has bought one of the Russian army T-54 tanks used as a prop in his upcoming zombie disaster movie World War Z.
--15-11-2011--
World is Mourning over Perished Russian Hockey Team
Lokomotiv was a team of players from many nations and the grief is being shared throughout Europe.
--09-09-2011--





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