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Vladimir Soldatkin

OPEC+ panel's informal online talks postponed to Sunday - source

28 Nov 2020

MOSCOW/DUBAI A panel of OPEC+, a group of leading oil producing countries, will hold informal online talks on Sunday - a day later than scheduled - prior to meetings planned for next week, a source with the knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

Russia resumes COVID-19 vaccine trial after pause - medical staff

19 Nov 2020

MOSCOW Russia has resumed the vaccination of new volunteers in its trial for its flagship COVID-19 Sputnik V vaccine after a short pause, staff at six of 29 trial clinics said, as Moscow moves to accelerate plans to inoculate the population.

Russia resumes COVID-19 vaccine trial after pause - medical staff

19 Nov 2020

MOSCOW, Nov 19 Russia has resumed the vaccination of new volunteers in its trial for its flagship COVID-19 Sputnik V vaccine after a short pause, staff at six of 29 trial clinics said, as Moscow moves to accelerate plans to inoculate the population.

Exclusive: OPEC+ sees oil cut extension curbing 2021 rise in oil stocks, document shows

17 Nov 2020

DUBAI/LONDON/MOSCOW OPEC and its allies see oil inventories declining further in 2021 should producers extend supply curbs for three months or more, a confidential document seen by Reuters shows, supporting the case for a tighter policy on crude output next year.

Hundreds detained as Belarusians chant dead protester's last words

15 Nov 2020

MOSCOW Belarusian police detained hundreds of people who took to the streets in mass demonstrations on Sunday chanting "I'm going out", the last known written words of an anti-governmemt protester who died last week.

Rosneft swings to third-quarter net loss, buyback extension supports shares

13 Nov 2020

MOSCOW Fallout from the pandemic and a weaker rouble sent Russian energy giant Rosneft to a third-quarter net loss of 64 billion roubles ($827 million) from net income of 43 billion roubles in the previous quarter, the company said on Friday.

U.S. and France play catch-up on Karabakh after Russia deploys troops

13 Nov 2020

MOSCOW/YELPIN, Armenia France and the United States are expected to send diplomats to Moscow soon to discuss the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Russia said on Thursday, two days after the Kremlin deployed troops to the ethnic Armenian enclave in Azerbaijan to secure a truce.

Russia alleges Navalny could have been poisoned in Germany or on plane

12 Nov 2020

MOSCOW Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Thursday that Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, who fell ill on a flight in Siberia on Aug. 20 and was airlifted to Berlin for treatment, could have been poisoned in Germany or on the plane to Berlin.

UPDATE 3-Russian energy minister made deputy PM in cabinet reshuffle

09 Nov 2020

MOSCOW, Nov 9 Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin recommended the promotion of Energy Minister Alexander Novak to the post of deputy prime minister on Monday as part of a second overhaul of the cabinet this year.

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