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09.04.2019 - Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko to the UK met Executive Director of the International Coffee Organization Mr Jose Sette

On 9 April 2019 Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko met Executive Director of the International Coffee Organization (ICO) Mr Jose Sette.


09.04.2019 - Agricultural Attache visits Natural & Organic Products Europe-2019 show in London

On 8 April 2019 Agricultural Attache Vladimir Derbenskiy visited Natural & Organic Products Europe - 2019, one of the most important food industry shows in Europe.


09.04.2019 - VIDEO: Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko's interview to Sky News

Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko spoke to Sky News correspondent Dermot Murnagham on Russia-UK relations, meeting Charlie Rowley and incidents in Salisbury and Amesbury.


08.04.2019 - Embassy Press Officer’s reply to a media question concerning British press accusations of Russia in fuelling the conflict in Libya

Question: How would you comment on the allegations in the British media, according to which Russia supports the military operation of the Libyan National Army under the command of Khalifa Haftar?


07.04.2019 - VIDEO: Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko meets Charlie Rowley

RT media coverage on the meeting between the Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko and the victim of the Amesbury poisoning Charlie Rowley.


07.04.2019 - PHOTO: Ambassador Yakovenko meets Charlie Rowley

On 6 April 2019 Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko met at his Residence with the victim of the Amesbury poisoning Charles Rowley and his brother Matthew upon their request. The focus of the discussion was on incidents in Salisbury in March 2018 and Amesbury in June 2018.


05.04.2019 - Opening of Memory Watch 2019 national event

Vladimir Putin took part in the opening ceremony of the Memory Watch 2019 national event at the Victory Museum on Moscow’s Poklonnaya Gora.


05.04.2019 - Embassy’s comment on the 70th Anniversary of NATO

The UK Government and media have been providing their assessments of the role of NATO in the European affairs. They regard the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation as “the most successful alliance in history”. But let us have a closer look at the facts. After the Cold War (and 30 years have passed since) the Alliance was looking for its “raison d’etre”. NATO operations in Yugoslavia, Afghanistan and Libya have destabilised those countries for a long time, causing numerous civilian casualties and dealing a severe blow to the basic norms of the international law.


04.04.2019 - Comment by the Information and Press Department on the 70th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

The North Atlantic Treaty, which led to the establishment of NATO, was signed on April 4 seventy years ago. On this occasion, the North Atlantic Council held a meeting of the member states’ foreign ministers in Washington on April 3−4. The agenda of the meeting and the decisions taken at it by the North Atlantic Council show that the alliance is not going to stop building up its military and political confrontation with Russia. The bloc’s key goal – to rally its allies for containing “the threat from the East” – has not changed since its establishment in 1949.


03.04.2019 - Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s interview with the daily Moskovsky Komsomolets, Moscow, April 3, 2019

Question: It is widely believed that creating the best environment for domestic development is one of the main goals of foreign policy. How well is Russian foreign policy coping with this task? Sergey Lavrov: It is not just “widely believed.” It is a postulate incorporated in foreign policy documents, such as the Foreign Policy Concept and other fundamental strategic papers which form the basis of our work and our country’s foreign policy activities.



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