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02.02.2018 - Press release on Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov’s meeting with UK Foreign Office Political Director Karen Pierce

On February 2, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov met with Political Director of the Foreign Office of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Karen Pierce.

01.02.2018 - Dinner in honor of Robert Burns in the Parliament of Scotland

On 24th January 2018 Senior Consul of the Consulate General of Russia in Edinburgh A.Kulakov took part in a traditional dinner in honor of Robert Burns in the Parliament of Scotland at the invitation of the Presiding Officer Rt Hon Ken Macintosh.

31.01.2018 - Final statement of the Congress of the Syrian national dialogue, Sochi, January 30, 2018

We, the delegates of the Congress of the Syrian national dialogue, representing all segments of Syrian society, its political and civil powers, ethnic, confessional and social groups, have assembled at the invitation of the friendly Russian Federation, in the city of Sochi, with the intention to put an end to seven years suffering of our people, through the achievement of a common understanding of the necessity for the salvation of our homeland from armed confrontation, social and economic ruin, the restoration of its dignity on the regional and world stage, the provision of fundamental rights and liberties for all its citizens, and most importantly, the right to a peaceful and free life without violence and terror. The only way to achieve this particular goal is the political settlement of the problems of our homeland on the basis of the following principles:

31.01.2018 - Address of participants of the Syrian national dialogue congress, Sochi, January 30, 2018

We, the participants of the Syrian National Dialogue Congress, express our collective wish to bring the ongoing conflict to an end as soon as possible. We have all suffered more than enough from violence, bloodshed, terrorism and devastation. Thousands of houses, schools and hospitals, factories and plants were destroyed during the war, railways, power stations, irrigation systems as well as religious and cultural heritage sites were severely damaged. We all share the same goal: To see peace and stability restored in our homeland and to live peacefully side by side free from violence and terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.

29.01.2018 - Embassy Press Officer on Boris Jonhson’s comments regarding detention of Russian opposition activists

Q: On 28 January Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson expressed his concern over detention of a number of persons during demonstrations of opposition in Russia. How would you comment on that?

27.01.2018 - Burns Supper in Stirling

On 19th January 2018 the Consul General of Russia Mr Andrey Pritsepov attended a birthday celebration of one of Scotland’s greatest poets Robert Burns in Stirling.

26.01.2018 - Opening of the exhibition “New technologies in education 2018”

On 26th January Counsellor of the Embassy of the Russian Federation to the United Kingdom Vladimir Derbensky took part in the international exhibition “New technologies in education 2018” which is considered to be one of the largest and most prestigious events of its kind in the world.

26.01.2018 - Embassy Press Officer on statements of the UK Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson

Q: How would you comment on the statements of the UK Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson published on 26th January by “The Daily Telegraph” on allegations of the intention of Russia “to damage Britain’s economy, rip its infrastructure apart, actually cause thousands and thousands and thousands of deaths”?

26.01.2018 - Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko took part in the Commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day

On 23 January Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko joined Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Israeli Ambassador Mark Regev at the Commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day. International Holocaust Remembrance Day was established by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 60/7 on 1 November 2005. In 2005 the United Nations General Assembly marked the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps and the end of Holocaust. On 27 January 1945, Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi concentration and death camp, was liberated by the Red Army. The event co-hosted by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Embassy of Israel was held against the backdrop of the danger of growing neo-Nazism in Europe. Russian diplomacy has been consistently pointing at unacceptable practices in some EU countries where former Nazi fighters, including those from the SS, are honored as war veterans. This phenomenon continues despite concerns raised by the international community represented by the UN General Assembly. We call upon all states to leave up to our shared memory of Holocaust and WW2 and to never allow these atrocities to be repeated.

25.01.2018 - Holocaust Memorial Day in Scotland

On January 24 an event dedicated to the Holocaust Memorial Day was held at Caledonian University in Glasgow with participation of the First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, Lord-provost of Glasgow Eva Bolander, representatives of the Holocaust Memorial Fund and the Russian Cultural Center in Glasgow.

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