22 November 2017
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22.11.2017 - Dmitri Hvorostovsky passed away

The Embassy deeply regrets to inform about the death of a renowned Russian opera singer Dmitri Hvorostovsky, holder of Order “For Merit of the Fatherland” (2017), Order of Alexander Nevsky (2015). Book of condolences is open 22nd November 15.00-18.00, 23rd November 10.00-18.00, 24th November 10.00-18.00 at the Embassy (6/7 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QP). You can also send your condolences by e-mail: condolences@rusemb.org.uk. The Embassy contact telephone number: +44 (0) 20 7221 3147.


20.11.2017 - Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko's remarks at the launch of the Russian Film Week (19 November 2017)

Ladies and gentlemen, It is a pleasure for me to be at the opening of the second edition of the Russian Film Week here in London – which this year also spans to Cambridge and Edinburgh.


18.11.2017 - Response of the Embassy’s press-secretary to the media question on Syria

Question: UK Special Representative for Syria Martin Longden via Twitter accused Russia of “lack of commitment to protecting international peace and security in Syria” after Russia vetoed the UNSC draft resolution, put forward by the US, on renewal of the OPCW-UN Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM) on Chemical Weapons Use in Syria. What is the Embassy’s comment on this matter?


15.11.2017 - Embassy response to a BBC question

Q: Can you provide a response to the speech being made by Ciaran Martin this morning, in which Russia is accused of having attacked the UK’s media, telecommunications and energy sectors over the past year.\r\nA: We are concerned by such assertions since they mislead the British public in regard to the so called cyberattacks. We view these statements in the context of Prime Minister May’s “Banquet speech” which described Russia as number 1 threat for UK and the world community.


14.11.2017 - Comment by Russian MFA Spokesperson Maria Zakharova on the anti-Russian statements by Theresa May

We have taken note of the statement concerning Russia made on 13 November by the British Prime Minister Theresa May at the Lord Mayor’s Banquet 2017. This time our country is ranked first among “threats to the international community”, not just equal to others as before. Thus, the United Kingdom is making an attempt to claim global leadership in deterrence of Russia, in order to protect the existing world order, as PM Theresa May put it.


13.11.2017 - Russian schoolchildren, winners of the Robert Burns Competition, visit Scotland

In 2017, a student of Gymnasium No. 61 in St. Petersburg Tamara Santrosyan became a winner of the the Robert Burns competition. This creative competition is held annually among schoolchildren of St.Petersburg in honor of the national Scottish poet through the efforts of the local charity forum St. Petersburg with its permanent leaders Tom and Elizabeth Clark and the International Federation of Robert Burns with support of the Robert Burns Museum.


13.11.2017 - PHOTO: Students of Russian school "Znaniye" presented exams certificates at the Russian Embassy

On 13 November 2017 the Embassy hosted the presentation of A-levels exams certificates to the students of the educational centre Znaniye (Knowledge). The Embassy donated a set of books in Russian to the students.


12.11.2017 - Visit to Glasgow Prestwik Airport

During a visit to South Ayrshire on 3d of November 2017 Consul General of Russia in Edinburgh Andrey A.Pritsepov had a tour of Glasgow Prestwik Airport and a meeting with the management of the airport.


12.11.2017 - Visit to Scottish textile company Beggs of Ayr

During a visit to South Ayrshire on 2d of November 2017 Consul General of Russia in Edinburgh Andrey A.Pritsepov visited a textile company producing cashmere and woolen cloth Beggs of Ayr where he had a meeting with the management of the company and enjoyed a mill tour.


12.11.2017 - Commemorative ceremony at the Memorial of the Russian legendary Naval cruiser «Varyag»

118 years ago on 1 November 1899 the Russian legendary Naval cruiser «Varyag» was launched. In memory of this event on 2 November 2017, Consul General of Russia Andrey A.Pritsepov and Provost of South Ayrshire Helen Moonie laid wreaths at the monument commemorating the legend of the Russian fleet in Lendalfoot. Representatives of the South Ayrshire City Council and local residents also took part in the event. «Varyag» became famous for her crew's stoicism during the unequal battle of Chemulpo Bay on 9 February 1904 during the Russo-Japanese War.



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