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Russia Has no Plans to Cancel EU Foods Ban
Russia doesn't plan to repeal the ban on the import of foods from the European Union, while the Western sanctions against the country are still in action, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said on Wednesday.
--23-01-2015--
Ukrainian Ambassador Recalled From Moscow
On Monday, March 17, Kiev officially recalled its ambassador from Moscow for consultations on its breakaway region of Crimea, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
--18-03-2014--
Several Russian Army Officials Probed over Corruption Last Year
Several top army generals and admirals were subjected to criminal probes last year, a chief military investigators said in an interview to Russian press.
--27-02-2014--
Russian Officials Now Can Buy Out Expensive Gifts
Russian officials, who were previously banned from accepting expensive presents as part of the countrys anti-corruption campaign, will now have a chance to buy them out under a new government regulation.
--13-01-2014--
Russian Language Loses Popularity Abroad - Official
On Friday, December 13, Russian official reported at a special conference that the number of Russian speakers worldwide has declined by about 120 million people in the past 20 years.
--17-12-2013--
Navalny's Initiative Proposed to Russian Parliament
Deputies from LDPR political party on Friday submitted for consideration in the Russian State Duma the initiave of Alexey Navalny, Russian opposition leader, to set one and a half million rubles ($45,800) the upper limit for service vehicle for Russian officials.
--25-11-2013--
Russian Top Health Official Appointed as Aide to Prime Minister
Russias top health official, Gennady Onishchenko, known for his controversial import bans and vivid medical advice, has been relieved of his duties and appointed as an aide to Prime Minister.
--24-10-2013--
Russian Cabinet Seeks Ban on Luxury Cars for Officials
An expert group headed by the Russian Open Government minister has advised the Cabinet to consider a bill banning officials from buying cars worth more than 1.5 million rubles ($47,000).
--08-10-2013--
New Version of Anti-corruption Law to Fight Nepotism at Civil Service
Russian State Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament indends to pass legal amendments to the law on corruption, which will ban Russian civil servants from signing contracts with companies run by their relatives.
--08-07-2013--
Makhachkala Mayor Detained over Organized Murder Suspicion
A Moscow Court has sanctioned a two-month arrest of the mayor of Dagestan's capital Makhachkala, Said Amirov, who was detained on suspicion of having organized a murder of a Russian investigator.
--04-06-2013--
Russian Parliament Bans Overseas Accounts for Officials
On Wednesday, April 25, Russian Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament, passed in the third and final reading a bill banning public officials, lawmakers and judges from having foreign bank accounts.
--25-04-2013--
Retirement Age Is Raised for Top Officials in Russia
On Wednesday, January 2, Russian President signed a law increasing the retirement age for Russias senior government officials to 70.
--03-01-2013--





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