YUZHNO-SAKHALINSK. May 30 (Interfax) - A Finnish business mission has arrived in Sakhalin; it will visit Vladivostok and Khabarovsk in the upcoming days for the purposes of cooperation in the construction of icebreakers and marine transport ... Interfax.com, 1 day ago
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SAKHALIN REGION (Russia's Far East) (Sputnik)— Surovikin stressed that the Sakhalin Island and the Kurils chain inNorth Pacific are "the eastern outpost ofRussia" safeguarding the country's security and territorial integrity inthe region. "In ...Sputnik, 4 days ago Russia May Build Pacific Fleet Base on Matua Island in Kurils Chain Sputnik, 4 days ago Sakhalin Region Kicks Off First Immortal Regiment March in Russia Sputnik, 3 weeks ago Russian Duma committee approves bill to give land to foreigners in Far East Sott.net, 1 month ago
Russian forces stationed in Far East achieve impressive results in preparations for large-scale hostilities - Eastern Military District commander
ANIVA (Sakhalin region). May 27 (Interfax-AVN) - Troops of the Eastern Military District had 22,000 tactical fire and special drills in the winter training season, which significantly improved their combat preparedness, Eastern Military District ...Interfax.com, 4 days ago Russia begins to inspect troops in eastern military district China.org.cn, 1 month ago
VLADIVOSTOK, Russia, May 17 (Xinhua) -- The number of HIV infection cases in Russia's Far East Sakhalin region has almost doubled in 2015, Russia's Health Ministry said in a statement Tuesday. "Compared to 2014, the HIV infection rate in 2015 ...Xinhua News Agency, 2 weeks ago XINHUA - HIV infection cases nearly double in Russia's Far East region Namibia Press Agency, 2 weeks ago HIV/AIDS: Infection cases nearly double in Russia's Far East region Pulse.ng, 1 week ago
Rescuers have freed four orca whales that had been trapped in icy waters off Russia's Sakhalin island in the Far East, the TASS news agency reported Wednesday, citing the Emergency Situations Ministry. The whales, including a baby, were trapped ...Moscow Times, 1 month ago Raw: Rescuers attempt to free trapped whales USA Today, 1 month ago
The Russian Emergencies Ministry said specialists freed three orcas trapped by ice floes on the far-east island of Sakhalin.
* Far-east Russian exporters are close to Asia's biggest oil hubs * Pipeline connects Russian producers directly with China * Short tanker distance benefits exports to Japan, Korea, China * Russian vs Saudi oil supplies to China: ...Sharenet, 2 months ago Russia's oil producers raise sales to Asian refiners Hydrocarbon Processing, 2 months ago Russias far east oil producers boost Asian sales Reuters UK, 2 months ago
A poll conducted by Sputnik's Japanese edition revealed that about24 percent ofrespondents claim they are willing tomove toRussia's Far East if they are provided witha free plot ofland there. The May 14 survey came a few weeks afterRussian ...Sputnik, 2 weeks ago Move to Russia's remote Far East? Free land for citizens willing to take up the challenge. Washington Post, 3 weeks ago Russia offers free land to all citizens willing to move to the Far East Washington Post, 3 weeks ago Russia offers every person FREE land... as long as they move to the frozen wastelands of the country's Far East NewsGrio, 3 weeks ago
Andrei Kasprishin / Reuters President Vladimir Putin has ordered free land handouts in Russia's Far East to be provided with minimal infrastructure. On Monday, he signed a law offering land plots of 1 hectare (2.5 acres) to citizens for free.Sott.net, 3 weeks ago Putin Signs Law For Free Land In Far East Radio Free Europe, 4 weeks ago Russians Given Free Land in Country's Far East Moscow Times, 4 weeks ago
Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua. VLADIVOSTOK, Russia, May 16 (Xinhua) -- A total of 50 wildfires hit Russia's Far East over the past 24 hours, destroying 5.5 hectares of taiga, and 33 of them are still burning, authorities said on Monday. Of the ...Namibia Press Agency, 2 weeks ago
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