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09.05.2010 - Address by H.E. Mr Yury Fedotov at the Soviet War Memorial

Let me congratulate you on the sixty fifth anniversary of our Great Victory. This is a celebration of peace and triumph of justice, this is a day that marks the victory of good over evil and freedom over tyranny.


15.04.2010 - Ambassador Yury Fedotov’s letter published in The Times

Sir, I fully agree with Ben Macintyre’s call for a thorough and transparent investigation into the tragic death of President Kaczynski and the Polish delegation (Opinion, April 13). The Polish people have the right to know the full circumstances of this terrible accident.


26.03.2010 - No one is allowed to rewrite the history of the Second World War. Ambassador Fedotov’s interview to the Government Gazette

Original text in .pdf file


23.03.2010 - HMS Belfast's extraordinary war service is recognised by Russia

FOR two years, HMS Belfast was part of the Arctic convoys that kept Russia supplied and able to fight with the Allies during the Second World War. Now Russia is repaying its debt by funding the restoration of the former Royal Navy cruiser (below) and honouring its surviving veteran sailors.


15.03.2010 - Address by the Ambassador of Russia H.E. Mr. Yury Fedotov at a Dinner dedicated to the forthcoming Vladivostok Tiger Forum, House of Lords

The Russian Government fully understands that at present the global tiger conservation situation can be described as catastrophic. According to the WWF, during the last 100 years the number of tigers in the world decreased by 25 times – from 100 thousands to 4 thousands - and still continues to fall. In some regions of the planet tigers have disappeared completely.


09.02.2010 - Address by the Ambassador of Russia H.E. Mr Yury Fedotov at Cambridge University

RUSSIA IN A GLOBAL WORLD The purpose of my address today is to highlight the main vectors of the Russian Federation’s foreign policy and its role in the modern world.


19.01.2010 - Remarks by H.E. Mr. Yury Fedotov at the Meeting of St. Andrew’s University Graduates Association

Through the years and centuries the Russian-British relations proved to be a contradicting phenomenon. The relationship between our two nations has never been easy. There were periods of partnership and alliances in ancient times and in modern history, as well as dark episodes of mutual distrust, rivalry, and even wars.


18.12.2009 - Ambassador Yury Fedotov’s interview with ITAR-TASS news agency, in Russian

Вопрос: Насколько удачным видится Вам уходящий год с точки зрения вывода российско-британских отношений из кризиса, в котором они пребывали с 2006 года, и определения более или менее четких векторов укрепления политического сотрудничества РФ и Соединенного Королевства в форматах как двусторонних отношений, так и деятельности двух стран в международных институтах?


03.12.2009 - Ambassador Yury Fedotov’s letter to the editor of The Times, published 3 December 2009

Sir, When it comes to the selective use of information, it seems that John Sweeney has more in common with “Old Uncle Joe” than the Russian education system (“Old Uncle Joe? He wasn’t such a bad man after all”, times2, Dec 1).


01.12.2009 - Address by the Russian Ambassador Yury Fedotov at the 16th Adam Smith Conference Russian Banking Forum in London

I am pleased to welcome the participants of the 16th Adam Smith Conferences Russian Banking Forum in London. It is symbolic that its main theme this year is a forward-looking, yet challenging title: “Survival to Growth - Building a Strong Foundation for the Future”. It is not less symbolic that this year we have such a high-level participation in the forum of leading Russian and international bankers as well as government officials. So, the debates will be meaningful and productive.


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