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22.02.2013 - Russia's Initiatives for the G20 (by Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko, The Huffington Post, 21 February 2013)

On 15-16 February Moscow hosted the first Meeting of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors under Russia's G20 presidency.


02.02.2013 - Remarks by Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko at the opening of Stalingrad battle 70-th anniversary event (Rossotrudnichestvo office, London, 2 February 2013)

Dear friends, Today, we have gathered here to commemorate the 70-th anniversary of the victory of the Red Army and the Russian people over Nazi Germany troops in the battle of Stalingrad – the battle that became the turning point of the Second World War.


25.01.2013 - Ambassador Yakovenko on situation in the Middle East and Northern Africa

22 January collegium of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation outlined concrete steps for promoting Russian interests in the Middle East and Northern Africa.


30.11.2012 - Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko speaks at at the annual Russian Banking Forum (28 November 2012)

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, I am glad to welcome you in London at the Nineteenth Russian Banking Forum, hosted under the auspices of the Adam Smith Institute. I am pleased, as a year ago, to see in the audience today the familiar faces of the leading Russian bankers, financiers and economists of the City. This annual forum is established platform for discussion of the current trends and priorities of the national banking sector, with the participation of international experts, representatives of the international financial community.


29.11.2012 - Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko: History proves the need for collective leadership

Global development processes are going through a transition phase, and so are international relations. What we may be witnessing now is yet another change of epochs. This change also marks the completion of processes of various durations Р from the Cold War and its intellectual and geostrategic momentum to the 500-year long domination of the West in global politics, economics and finance.


29.11.2012 - Remarks by Ambassador Yakovenko at the meeting of the Scottish Parliament’s cross-party group on cooperation with Russia

Moving from the wider cooperation between Russia and the United Kingdom I'm glad to say that we always pay attention to promoting genuine and fruitful regional interaction. Given its cultural and economic resources and the long historical tradition of interchanges, Scotland is no doubt an important partner for us, and there is a massive potential for cooperation here.


11.11.2012 - Remarks By Ambassador Yakovenko at Remembrance Day ceremony at the Soviet War Memorial in London, 11 November 2012

We are dedicating this wreath laying ceremony to the memory of the members of the armed forces and civilians who fought heroically and died in the line of duty in the First and Second World Wars so that all succeeding generations will know how great the sacrifices and devotion of those heroes were, and how precious our freedom and peace are.


04.11.2012 - Remarks by Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko at the Russian Film Festival opening ceremony (2 November 2012, London)

Ladies and Gentlemen, It gives me a great pleasure to welcome you at the opening ceremony of the Russian Film Festival. It is the 6th Festival, and we may for sure say it has already become a good cultural tradition. Thanks to the organisers, we are having a fantastic opportunity to regularly enjoy high quality examples of the Russian film industry inLondon.


30.10.2012 - Lets look forward to some big new contracts (Article by Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko published in the Russia Now supplement of The Daily Telegraph on 30 October 2012)

Relations between Russia and the United Kingdom are improving, albeit more slowly than one would have hoped. But we have been steadily moving towards what in diplomacy they call rapprochement. The Olympic Games in London this summer demonstrated this most vividly. We sincerely congratulate the British organisers on their splendid achievements and are looking forward to making use of this valuable experience and expertise in holding the Sochi Winter Olympic Games in 2014.


24.10.2012 - Interview of the Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko to the UNA-UK magazine “New World” on the occasion of the UN Day

What are your top UN priorities for the 67th General Assembly session? Russia believes that the session should reiterate the commitment of all States to multilateral approaches in global politics and to establishing a unifying agenda for collective engagement in addressing global challenges. Today, multilateralism, with the United Nations at the heart of the international system, has no alternative. We will stress the need to intensify efforts aimed at strengthening the legal framework of international relations and promoting the rule of international law, including universal interpretation and application of treaties and United Nations decisions, including those made by the Security Council. Russia will call upon strict compliance with the United Nations Charter, including the status and powers of the Security Council as the principal body responsible for maintaining international peace and security. The very first resolution adopted at the current session, namely the Declaration on the Rule of Law and the National and International Levels, has become a major achievement in this regard.


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