Monday, March 29, 2010

MOSCOW BLASTS


29 March 2010

Ruble Drops Most in Two Months Versus Euro After Moscow Blasts

29 March 2010

"Russia’s future growth looks set to be increasingly driven by domestic demand, as a recovery in industrial production supports job creation and earnings growth." (Focus: Brics - Taking growth to new heights )

28 March 2010

"Russia hailed a new nuclear arms treaty with the United States, but warned that U.S. missile defence plans could derail its implementation." (Russia disputes US claim on missiles )

28 March 2010

"Russian ambassador to Tehran Alexander Sadovnikov on Sunday described Moscow-Tehran relations as "excellent", the official IRNA news agency reported.

"Despite the West's pressure on Russia, Moscow still supports a diplomatic solution to Iran's disputed nuclear program." (Russia hails Moscow-Tehran relations as "excellent": envoy
)

24 March 2010

"NATO and Russia clashed on 24 March over how to tackle the drug problem in Afghanistan, where Western nations have been fighting a Taliban-led insurgency for eight years.

"Russia is keen to pursue an aggressive eradication strategy, while Western allies fear that such an approach risks antagonizing the local population, who rely on selling poppy crops to survive, Deutsche Presse-Agentur (dpa) reported.

"The different points of view came to a head at a meeting of the NATO-Russia Council attended by the head of Russia’s Federal Drug Control Agency (FSKN), Victor Ivanov and NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen." (NATO rejects Russia's demand to destroy Afghan poppy fields )

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1 comment:

james said...

"Russia is keen to pursue an aggressive eradication strategy, while Western allies (who profit in many ways from funneling much of the heroin into Russia) fear that such an approach risks antagonizing the local population, who rely on selling poppy crops to survive ( after being pushed into this situation by the same Western Allies, Deutsche Presse-Agentur (dpa) reported."

 
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