Mandatory Credit: Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation Central Siberia Nature Reserve's officials rescued two moose calves that risked drowning in the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in the Krasnoyask regio, with footage on Thursday. Two moose calves were sighted attempting to cross the freezing river with their mother. It appeared their lives were in danger as the currents grew stronger. However, the rescue team successfully pulled them away from harm and returned them to their mother. Mandatory Credit: Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation Video ID: 20170223- 075 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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The cycle of films in 360-degree format transfer the viewer to the amazing places of our country. The unique format of the shooting evokes the sense of presence - as if you are watching the birds of the Volga River delta or breathe the northern air of the Kola Peninsula forests. Enjoy watching! Director: Anton Zhdanov Scriptwriter: Ekaterina Dmitrieva Executive Producer: Alexandra Zhmutskaya Director of Photography: Andrei Kamenev Director of Photography VR360, post-production producer: Alexander Gorelov Narrator: Vladimir Kurdov Film produced by the Planetpics studio commissioned by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology of the Russian Federation
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Russia has at least three competitive advantages for attracting foreign investment, says presidential aid Arkady Dvorkovich, adding though, that the outlay volumes could be greater. "Russia has three key competitive advantages. The first longstanding one is Russia's natural resources and the size of the country's economy. Secondly, Russia is probably the biggest remaining European country to be invested in. And finally, but most importantly, are Russia's vast intellectual resources," Arkady Dvorkovich stressed in an exclusive interview with RT. Despite Russia's potential, Dvorkovich has recently stated that the "investment climate in Russia couldn't be worse". "There are many reasons for that," he explains. "Part of the story is the Soviet heritage. We still live in a world where people believe that the state should do most of the job, but at the same time they don't trust in the state. And this paradox predefines the situation, where investors rely on the state but don't trust it, and uncertainty is very high." Dvorkovich is sure that if the state gets out of the economy where possible, this could improve the situation. One step in this direction could be removing state officials from state owned companies. "By July 1, 2011, all ministers and vice prime-ministers, responsible for regulations and coordination in a particular sector should walk out of the companies working in those competitive sectors. By October 1, 2011, all high-ranking government officials and officials from the presidential administration should leave all boards of directors of all state controlled companies." Yet another cornerstone problem to tackle is corruption. RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com
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The Arktika, Russia's first domestic modern nuclear powered icebreaker, launched from the Baltic Shipyard in St. Petersburg, Thursday. Head of the Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation Sergei Kiriyenko explained the importance of this ship, saying, "This icebreaker is able to solve any problems. It is the task of the Ministry of Defence, which is currently actively developing its infrastructure in the Arctic, to provide the security for our country. It is also the task of the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Ministry of Emergency Situation, because our icebreakers can provide salvation and elimination of any problems in the Arctic." Video ID: 20160616-037 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 A new future awaits the Russian Arctic and the Ministry for Development of the Far East will supervise the creation of this future. Vladimir Putin discussed the ministry's accretion of power during his meeting with Dmitry Medvedev. The Northern Russian Territories are the most important source of potential resources, primarily oil and gas resources. Despite the fact that its development started no so long ago, it is very active: new harbors and power generators are being built.
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Russia has provided France with proof of Turkey's support for the Islamic State terrorist group in Syria, the Russian Defense Ministry stated Friday. Russia's General Staff has provided information to France on Turkey's role in stealing Syrian natural resources and financing the Islamic State. Russia also claimed that Turkey is smuggling militants to the northern part of Syria to reinforce the terrorist group. The statement was issued after the Russian Armed Forces Chief of General Staff met with his French counterpart in the Russian capital. The two sides outlined prospects for intensifying cooperation in the fight against international terrorism. Options include forming a working group of military experts from both General Staffs. They also agreed to promote real-time information exchange in order to launch more effective strikes against IS targets.
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Please do not forget to visit the site http://scribol.com ************************************************************** The Daldykan River runs right past the Russian settlement of Norilsk, the world’s most northerly city. Remote it may be, but Norilsk, which sits firmly inside the Arctic Circle, is home to over 100,000 people. And, as of recently, it took center stage in an environmental scandal that’s captured the world’s attention. The scandal occurred at the beginning of September 2016. Norilsk locals had noticed that the Daldykan River – normally so lovely and so blue – had turned a distressing shade of blood red. And, although the river is unconnected to the city’s water supply, residents deemed the color strange enough to share on Russian social media. The Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment subsequently promised to investigate the phenomenon. Its theory was that the red hue could be the result of a leak from the nearby Nadezhda Metallurgical Plant. Others, however, believed that the color had been caused by a deliberate chemical runoff from the same plant. Others still blamed the incident on a combination of the facility’s wastewater mixing with mineral ore. But, whichever way you cut it, everybody was pointing the finger at the nickel plant. This wasn’t, in fact, the first time that pollution had been blamed for weird events in this part of Siberia. Certainly, the region has many mines that tap into its rich deposits of copper, nickel and silvery-white palladium. This wealth of natural resources, then, comes at a cost to the environment. Indeed, mining the metals means that over four million tons of pollutants – including arsenic and lead – are belched into the atmosphere from Norilsk each year. Environmentalist Richard Fuller, the president of the Blacksmith Institute, told TIME that “there’s not a single living tree” within a 30-mile radius of the Nadezhda plant. “It’s just a wasteland,” he added. Incidentally, Norilsk was established in the mid 1930s as a Siberian labor camp. Life for the people forced to work there would have been pretty miserable, and while labor camps were later outlawed, the city remains, to this day, a challenging place to live. Russia’s industry-driven pollution problem, however, is by no means limited to outermost Siberia. Today, in fact, three quarters of the country’s surface water – and, startlingly, half of all Russian water – is deemed polluted. ************************************************************** ►You can support the channel: PATREON https://goo.gl/KtaKrp ►web: http://watchjojo.com ► SUBSCRIBE US: https://goo.gl/Z4nZcg ► Follow Us On Google Plus: https://goo.gl/JYf9Rr ► Like us Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/C5Rv92 ► Follow On Twitter: https://goo.gl/PZ2U1R ►For more articles visit: http://scribol.com ►Article link: https://goo.gl/ANF5XV #watchjojo
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A Russian consortium led by RT – Global Resources has emerged winner of the bidding race to construct an oil refinery at Kabale in Hoima district. The Ministry of Energy and mineral development told legislators on the natural resources committee of Parliament negotiations are on with the company, with the first phase of the refinery expected before 2018. For more videos Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/nbstvug1/videos
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#SaveBor – это фильм о национальном парке «Бузулукский Бор», единственном в мире реликтовом степном сосновом лесу. Весной 2015 года в России был объявлен тендер на добычу в нем нефти. This is a film about the Buzuluksky Bor National Park. It is the only steppe relict pine forest in the world. In the spring of 2015 a tender to produce oil here was published in Russia. Его выиграла компания «Новый поток» – предприятие, занимающееся только переработкой и не имеющее опыта добычи нефти на особо охраняемых территориях. Объявило тендер министерство природных ресурсов России. Ведомство, которое должно было защищать заповедники, само предложило добывать нефть в центре национального парка. It went to the New Stream company which at the moment only dealt with oil processing and had no experience of oil production on protected territories. The tender was published by the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia. The state institution which has to protect national parks offered to produce oil right in the center of one of them. Фильм про Бузулукский бор – это фильм об огромном живом организме, который хотят уничтожить на наших глазах. Сайт фильма: http://www.savebor.com/ Site: http://www.savebor.com/eng (+18) фильм с цензурой и детьми можно посмотреть в социальных сетях: https://vk.com/buzulukforest https://www.facebook.com/savebor/
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(25 Nov 2017) Residents of the Russian city and region of Chelyabinsk held a rally on Saturday to protest a spike in radioactivity in the air as well as other environmental concerns. On Tuesday, Russian authorities had confirmed reports of a spike in radioactivity in the air over the Ural Mountains while the suspected culprit, a nuclear fuel processing plant, denied it was the source of contamination. Some of the two thousand people protesting on Saturday demanded to know the full extent of the release of the isotope Ruthenium-106 and complained of nose burns. The Russian Natural Resources Ministry, which oversees the meteorological office, in a statement earlier in the week sought to reassure the public, claiming that the radiation levels there still were lower than those deemed to be dangerous. Russia's state-controlled Rosatom corporation's Mayak plant in the Chelyabinsk region has been responsible for at least two of Russia's biggest radioactive accidents. It denied being the source of contamination. Saturday's rally was attended by presidential advisor Mikhail Fedoto and other members of the Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/305c0a59e53ee51ac4ab535cfd36d2f5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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T/I: 10:34:44 Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov said on Saturday (3/10) there were no plans to ban the circulation of dollars in Russia, but the government would take steps to curb the outflow of the US currency. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 03/10 WS exterior White Duma; Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov walking into meeting room, shakes hands with vs delegates; WS meeting, Primakov addressing the meeting in Russian; WS meeting, MS vs delegates; SOT Ernst and Young Representative Michael Henning in English "Prime Minister Primakov is a good listener. I think he was on top of the issues. I don't think this was new information to him, I think he has been briefed and his ministers know what to do. We know, as foreign investors, this is a great country with great human and natural resources but has not had the foreign investment it needs to develop this country and there needs to be some basic changes in the tax laws and banking laws and other laws in order for that to happen." CA cameraman. 1.45 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/839d97fe7fbc2a14e3bd4a6683d11a63 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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There are numerous environmental issues in Russia. Many of the issues have been attributed to policies during the Soviet Union, a time when officials felt that pollution control was an unnecessary hindrance to economic development and industrialization. As a result, 40% of Russia's territory began demonstrating symptoms of significant ecological stress by the 1990s, largely due to a diverse number of environmental issues, including deforestation, energy irresponsibility, pollution, and nuclear waste. According to Russia's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Russia is currently warming 2.5 times faster than the rest of the globe
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*EXCLUSIVE* An RT Documentary crew filming in northern Syria released exclusive material that provides an insight into the alleged trade routes for oil and looted artefacts between the so-called Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and Turkey, Thursday. SOT, RT journalist (Russian): “We are an RT documentary crew who visited the Syrian town of Al-Shaddadah which was recently liberated from ISIS. Last time we spoke about the documents which we found there. The story went viral and after some time the representatives of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units or the YPG, with whom we filmed there, sent us additional documents. One of the new documents is a note which has the same letterhead of ISIS’s Ministry of Natural Resources, as the oil bills of sale that we discussed last time. You can see them here. However, now this is a different department, not one that deals with oil, but one that deals with artefacts. Here it says: “To the brother responsible for the border, Ask you to provide assistance in crossing for brother Hussein Hania Sarira and the man from Turkey, who is the artefacts seller, for the purpose of working with us in the department of artefacts in the Ministry of Natural Resources.” The most interesting thing here is that this note supports the previous theories that ISIS sells artefacts using the same trade route which, as we were told, is used to bring across weapons and supplies. While on assignment in Al-Shaddadah, we came across archaeological pieces, discovered by Kurdish YPG, abandoned in a tunnel, which ISIS fighters fled through. And here you can see pieces of various ceramic pots. And neither we, nor the YPG fighters knew how ancient they are, but at the same place they also found an old map in French, perhaps, from colonial times which indicated the excavation grounds. Also we’ve received operational footage with a captured fighter, who was apprehended by the YPG at the same time as we were filming in Al-Shaddadah." SOT, Abu Ayub al-Ansari, militant (Arabic): "They sent me to serve in Tel Abyad in Syria on the Turkish border. Sometimes we even crossed the Turkish border and served there. We saw the Turkish army passing by, but there was never any kind of conflict between us". SOT, RT journalist (Russian): "This militant and his group attacked the Kurds at the border town of Tel Abyad, which was formally a trade chorda between Turkey and ISIS. The city was completely liberated and has been controlled by the Kurdish YPGs since July 2015". SOT, Abu Ayub al-Ansari, militant (Arabic): "When the Kurdish militia took over Tel Abyad, the connection was lost and foreign fighters could not get in. The communication with the Turkish security services was broken, we could only communicate via civilians or spies. The goods that came from Turkey have also disappeared because the Kurdish YPG fighters have blocked the roads through Tel Abyad, also the tankers can’t drive through the area. This has put the organisation in a complicated financial situation." SOT, RT journalist (Russian): "He told us that ISIS depends heavily on the oil trade, and also mentioned the salaries that he and others like him received." SOT, Abu Ayub al-Ansari, militant (Arabic): "We, Daesh, know that we financially depend on oil. Earlier it was said we only sold to civilian buyers, but there's no way they could buy so much. Our wages are from $50 to $100, depending on whether you are married or not. I am married and have a baby, so I was paid $135. When the oil supply across Tel Abyad was cut-off, the problems started." SOT, RT journalist (Russian): "This is just a part of the unique materials which will be shown in a documentary on RT at the end of April. Stay tuned". Video ID: 20160331-016 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, Jim Carr, delivers brief remarks to the Edmonton business community Chamber of Commerce luncheon regarding Canada’s Energy Future, in Edmonton
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http://www.febc.org/russia?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_content=044&utm_campaign=russia As the most prominent post-Soviet country, Russia is suffering from the consequences of 70 years of brutal atheistic ideology, followed by two decades of lawlessness and corruption. The absence of any kind of spiritual life in this country, in spite of its 1,000 year Christian history has resulted in a dwindling population robbed of biblical values. Russia is rapidly losing its virtues and any sense of human dignity. Economically, Russia is surviving due to the high demand of its natural resources. People close to those resources prosper beyond measure. But most are struggling because of corruption and lack of opportunity. The main problem, however, is that both rich and poor are spiritually bankrupt. Alcoholism has always been a problem for the people of Russia, but consumption grew over the past decades. Now, Russians drink twice as much as people in other countries. Alcoholism among women and children is on the rise. Drugs are killing an entire generation. And Russia is leading the world in abortions and teen suicide. There are millions of "social orphans" in Russia today. Children actually prefer to live on the streets and not in abusive homes. There are more orphans in Russia now than there were following the Second World War. While many Russians call themselves Orthodox Christians, most are only vaguely familiar with the teachings of the Bible. And only one percent of Russian citizens call themselves evangelical Christians. The small, but resilient and active evangelical movement needs a powerful voice. And FEBC is that voice of the Christ-centered church in Russia. Our main goal is to help people build a relationship with Jesus Christ. We also want to help them connect with a local fellowship of believers, where biblical teaching is preached and practiced. FEBC operates radio stations in key Russian cities. Our teams in the flagship stations of Moscow and St. Petersburg produce a daily flow of live, interactive, engaging programs. These programs touch every area of people's lives. And people respond. Families are being restored through radio dialogues, where we share biblical principles. Social orphans find loving homes as we encourage people to adopt and become foster parents. Multiple suicides have been averted by FEBC broadcasters, providing hope in Jesus. Many teens have been freed from drugs through FEBC's cooperation with drug-rehab centers. And, most importantly, people not only resolve their problems, but give their lives to Jesus. Thousands have been saved for eternity. So, What's next? We must take this life-saving message of the living Gospel to millions of others. FEBC-Russia has more than a million online listeners now, and this audience is growing rapidly. "New media" is essential in reaching more people for Jesus, especially young people. Recently, we opened a new online channel just for them. The number of internet users will multiply in the next three years, and so will our audience. FEBC is also building new, efficient community FM stations in Russia, Ukraine, and other areas. From northern Siberia to eastern Ukraine, from central Russia to Central Asia, we are opening new frontiers. Our latest God-given breakthrough is an opportunity to broadcast in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. This culturally Muslim country is being reached by the Good News of Jesus Christ, and people are responding to this exciting outreach! History is being made before our very eyes. We have a unique window of opportunity to preach the Good News to millions of people through radio, using contemporary delivery channels. Much of our work is performed by volunteers. Christians in Russia, Ukraine, and Central Asia provide as much help as they can. That's why FEBC radio is so effective. For one dollar, we can have a year-long conversation with two un-churched listeners. We can help Russian believers talk to millions of their countrymen. We ask you to support us for one purpose: To help people discover the love, hope, and healing that can only be found through Jesus. ______________________________________________ FEBC (Far East Broadcasting Company) is an international Christian missions organization that preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ through local radio station broadcasts. Using modern missions technologies, we share the Gospel in 50 countries and 130 languages through mobile devices, streaming internet programs, and radio broadcasts. Our Christian radio ministry has project locations in countries all over Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. By broadcasting Christian messages through radio, we are able to reach people with the Gospel where traditional missionaries can't, such as the Muslim world, persecuted Christians in restricted countries, and unreached people groups.
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The US has accused Moscow of violating laws dating back to the 1980s. Washington says Russia has breached a nuclear arms treaty signed with the Soviet Union in 1987, by testing a ground-launch cruise missile. RT is joined by Willy Wimmer, the former State Secretary of the German Ministry of Defense. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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India's Effort To Counter China's OBOR Could Soon Get A Big Russian Helping Hand. Aiming to put in place a key maritime route connecting India with Northeast Asia and Western Pacific region Delhi is contemplating to put in place a major connectivity initiative — direct shipping link between Chennai and Vladivostok amid China’s ambitious Maritime Silk Route (MSR) connecting Asia with Africa. With India making concrete moves to expand its presence in Far East Russia to harness natural resources as evident through Foreign Minister Sushma [email protected]’s visit to Vladivostok last week plans are in making for a maritime link connecting Chennai with the key Russian port on the Pacific. This shipping link would enable to transfer cargo between Chennai and Vladivostok in 24 days in comparison to over 40 days currently taken to transport goods from India to Far East Russia via Europe, according to experts on the subject. This proposed maritime route which could be transformed into a corridor could juxtapose with Indo-Japan Pacific to Indian Ocean Corridor amid Beijing’s OBOR of which MSR is a part – virtually connecting entire SE Asia through road, shipping and rail links. [email protected] met top Russian Ministers from Putin’s cabinet – Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Industry Minister Denis Manturov, Natural resources Minister Sergei Donskoi and Deputy PM & President’s envoy for Far East Yury Trutnev besides governors of provinces in the region to further India’s role amid Moscow’s aim to diversify options besides China. South Korean President and Japanese PM were present at the Far East Forum that saw senior level representation ([email protected]) from India for the first time. Few months back Russia announced visa-free entry for Indians in its Far East. On the occasion Swaraj also launched Russia Desk for facilitating Russian investments into India as assured by PM Narendra Modi during the annual summit in St Petersburg in June. This is the 3rd such Desk in India after Japan and Korea. Russia Desk would provide complete support service for any kind of Russian investment/ Businessmen/ from legislative to taxation; from personnel to finding right partner, according to informed officials. The Far Eastern Federal District (twice the size of India) is the largest but the least populated of the eight federal districts of Russia, with a population of roughly 6.3 million. Russian affairs experts who did not wish to be identified indicated to ET that Moscow is sensitive to growing Chinese presence in Russia's Far-eastern region particularly increasing population from China which are settling there. "This pattern could change demographics of Far-east Russia and growing presence of other countries including India will help to bring balance," pointed out an expert. India was the first country to establish a resident Consulate in Vladivostok in 1992. Current engagement of India with the region is limited to isolated pockets such as the Irkut Corporation in Irkutsk where the Mig and Sukhoi aircraft are built and over USD 6 billion worth of investments by ONGC Visesh Limited in the Sakhalin 1 project, according to persons familiar with the issue. 1 belt 1 road, belt and road, belt and road countries, belt and road initiative, belt road, beltone, chinese belt, new silk road, obor, one belt and one road, one belt one road, one belt one road countries, one belt one road countries list, one belt one road initiative, one belt one road project, one belt one road strategy, one road one belt, silk road economic belt, the belt and road, the new silk road ====================================================================================================== DISCLAIMER: Each and every content used in this video is not imaginary. All are taken from reputed news agencies. This video doesn’t meant to hurt anybody's personal feelings,beliefs and religion. We are not responsible for any of these statements used in this video. If you have any suggestion or query regarding this video, you can contact me on YouTube personal Message and you can send me message in my Facebook page. Thank you & regards Global conflicts ====================================================================================================== Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/Globalconflict7 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalConflict7/ Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/globalconflict/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gl0balC0nflict ======================================================================================================
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Video ID: 20141110-006 W/S Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Phil Hogan M/S Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Phil Hogan SOT, Phil Hogan, Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development (in English): "Hopefully we will be able to find some resolution of some serious issues in relation to the Russian ban." W/S Italian Minister of Agriculture Maurizio Martina arriving SOT, Nicos Kouyialis, Cypriot Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment Minister (in English): "The money that comes from the contingency fund - which is around one hundred million - is not enough to face this Russian ban." W/S Cypriot Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment Minister Nicos Kouyialis enters building, Brussels SCRIPT Agriculture and Fisheries Council ministers and commissioners representing the 28 states of the European Union (EU) arrived in Brussels on Monday, with the Russian ban on peaches and nectarines from Greece set to be one of the topics on the agenda. Along with the ministers discussing next year's EU budget, representatives will discuss the impact of Russia's import ban and the effects the Ukrainian crisis has had on agricultural products from Greece and other states. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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Subscribe to our channel! rupt.ly/subscribe Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the Ministry for the Protection of the Environment and Natural Resources on Monday to resolve the case of what the media have dubbed the ‘whale prison’ by 1 March to prevent further unnecessary suffering of the animals. Beluga whales can be seen swimming in a small enclosure in footage shot on Friday in Nakhodka Bay in Primorski Krai. Russia's Investigative Committee initiated a criminal case over animal abuse after inspecting the enclosures where 90 beluga whales and 11 orcas are being kept. It is believed that the orcas were to be sold to China. Several belugas and orcas have already died in the enclosures. Inspection of the compound belonging to the Centre for the Adaptation of Marine Mammals showed that the mammals are being held in "inadequate conditions," according to officials. The authorities reportedly plan to release the mammals from the “whale prison.” Video ID: 20190222-020 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Video ID: 20141126-029 M/S Russia’s Minister of energy Alexander Novak and Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Taner Yildiz sitting down SOT, Russia’s Minister of energy Alexander Novak (Russian): "I would like to say that Turkey is one of our main trade partners. Russia is Turkey’s second-largest trade partner, while Turkey is Russia’s seventh-largest trade partner." M/S Alexander Novak and Taner Yildiz signing papers SOT, Russia’s Minister of Energy Alexander Novak (Russian): "Trade volume between Russia and Turkey amounted to almost $33 billion in 2013, and this year we’ve seen a 0.4 per cent increase by the end of nine months, with trade volume reaching $24 billion." SCRIPT Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak stated that Turkey is among one of Russia's largest trading partners, at a major economic gathering in Moscow Wednesday. He was speaking during the 13th Turkey-Russia Joint Economic Commission which was also attended by Turkey's Energy Minister Taner Yildiz. Novak underlined the close economic ties by pointing out that trade between the two countries totaled $33 billion (€26 billion) in the year 2013. The two energy ministers also inked a trade and economic that will see Ankara increases purchases of solid fuels from Russia, while Turkish companies would gain a foothold in several of Russia’s coal fields. Plans were also floated for Turkish construction firms to invest in the 2018 Russia World Cup. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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Russian President Vladimir Putin chaired a State Council meeting on Russia’s environmental development in Moscow on Tuesday. SOT, Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Russian): "I would like to stress that the giant, particularly giant natural resource potential of Russia surely has a global value. Our country has huge reserves of fresh water, forest resources, huge bio diversity and acts as biological donor to the world, providing it with about 10 percent of biospheric resistance." SOT, Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Russian): "The impact on nature on some directions has reached the critical point. As a result there is annual economic damage which reaches about six percent of GDP. Taking into account the consequences to the health of people it may reach 15 percent." SOT, Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Russian): "The key issue is to reach a drastic decrease of hazardous substances emissions to the atmosphere, their emission into basins and soil. First of all, [it should be done] through technological re-equipment of industry, introduction of so-called the best technologies." SOT, Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Russian): "If we keep on handling this process half-way and will make reference to more important tasks, then by 2050 the emissions of contaminators and greenhouse gases will reach the critical limit. And this will mean, well, we all understand that it will mean that we will leave the future generations with an environment inadequate for life." Video ID: 20161227- 017 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Western sanctions will be one of the stress factors for the Russian economy in 2019, according to the Center for Budget Assessment and Forecasting at the Russian Ministry of Finance’s Financial Research Institute (NIFI). The losses to the EU economy inflicted by the Russian countermeasures are estimated to be 100 billion euros. Nevertheless, the EU’s sanctions policy is not expected to change in the near future.
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The Ministry of Natural resources says the quality of Russian oil is deteriorating. It also says there is little new oil exploration currently going on. Experts say a lack of high-quality oil will have a huge impact on budget revenues.
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http://www.Russia-Wood-Timber.com 4th Russian Wood & Timber Forum | Kyiv | 19 -- 21 March 2013 | Hotel Baltchug Kempinski 4-й Форум «Лесной комплекс России» | Москва | 19 - 21 марта 2013 | Отель «Бальчуг Кемпински» As the best-attended international conference of its kind in Russia, the Russian Wood & Timber Forum provides a very productive discussion platform for all stakeholders in the Russian forestry sector, both local and international forestry companies, as well as investors, experts and financiers. Russian Wood & Timber Forum's speaker faculty in 2013 included key government representatives, who are supervising the development of the forestry sector in Russia: • Vladimir Lebedev, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology • Yuriy Gagarin, Director, Department of State Policy and Regulation of Forest Resources, Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology • Pavel Trushevskii, Deputy Director, Department of State Policy and Regulation of Forest Resources, Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology • Naile Magdeev, Minister of Forestry, Government of the Republic of Tatarstan • Alexander Gibish, First Deputy Minister, Ministry of Industry and Transport Development, Government of Komi Republic Other regular keynote speakers at the Russian Wood & Timber Forum include: • Stephan Weber, CSO, Weinig • Ali Kilic, Deputy General Manager, Kastamonu • Oleg Konuyshatov, Executive Director, Forest Certification LLC • Nikolay Petrukhin, General Director, Research and Analytical Centre for Forest Economy and Natural Resources Management • Arzum Arzumaryan, President, National Association of Door Manufacturers CONTACT: If you are interested to attend the Summit please contact Amelie Wright Если Вы заинтересованы принят участие обращайтесь к руководителю мероприятия Амели Райт: Тel: +44 (0) 20 3377 3185 Еmail: amelie [at] adamsmithconferences.com
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Footage released on Thursday by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry of the Arkhangelsk region shows friendly hunters rescuing a young bear cub stuck in poachers' trap in the forests of Velskiy District, Arkhangelsk region. After freeing the bear cub the hunters released him back into the wild. Video ID: 20161103- 037 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Subscribe to our channel! rupt.ly/subscribe Russia’s General Prosecutor’s Office announced on Friday that satisfactory living conditions have been restored for the orca and beluga whales in what the media have dubbed the ‘whale prison’ in Nakhodka Bay in Russia’s Primorski Krai. Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the Ministry for the Protection of the Environment and Natural Resources on 22 February to resolve the case by 1 March to prevent further unnecessary suffering of the animals. Russia's Investigative Committee initiated a criminal case over animal abuse after inspecting the enclosures where 90 beluga whales and 11 orcas were being kept. It is believed that the orcas were to be sold to China. Several belugas and orcas have already died in the enclosures. Eighty seven belugas and 10 orcas are believed currently to be in captivity there. The authorities reportedly plan to release the mammals from the “whale prison.” Video ID: 20190301-018 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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SHOTLIST 1. Irakli Ghvaladze, Minister of Environment Protection and Natural Resources of Georgia, walking with binoculars 2. Various of Ghvaladze looking through binoculars 3. Pan from Ghvaladze to wide of Russian base seen across Rioni river 4. Russian trucks at Russian base 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Irakli Ghvaladze, Minister of Environment Protection and Natural Resources of Georgia: "You see now Russian occupation troops here, yes? Far (near them), there is the territory of Kolkheti national park. They (Russians) illegally cut trees from this park, this is (a) protected area, it's a part of the European Pan Park Union, this park (is a) member. They also illegally fish here, here (there) is also very famous and high quality fish which is also protected by Georgian law and international law." 6. Wide of truck and tractor parked at the Russian base 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Irakli Ghvaladze, Minister of Environment Protection and Natural Resources of Georgia: "I have no idea why we are doing this. They destroy everything here, especially our national parks, and forests and rivers and everything." 8. Tilt up from net the ministry claims is an illegal fishing net to officials discussing situation 9. Various of environmental protection guard holding net the Georgian officials claim is illegal 10. Wide of Russian trucks moving around Russian base 11. Wide of tents in Russian base 12. Wide of trucks and soldiers at Russian base 13. Wide of Russian base across the river STORYLINE Georgia's Minister of Environment Protection and Natural Resources accused Russians on Sunday of damaging the natural resources of a protected area near the city of Poti. Irakli Ghvaladze showed AP television the area on the banks of Georgia's Rioni river where he asserts the damage is being carried out. The Rioni is the principal river of western Georgia and runs at the edge of the city of Poti. AP Television footage showed Russian tanks and tents along the banks of the Rioni. "You see now Russian occupation troops here..... there is the territory of Kolkheti national park," Ghvaladze said as he pointed to the area across the river. "They (Russians) illegally cut trees from this park, this is (a) protected area," he said. Ghvaladze also said Russian troops use illegal nets to fish, where fishing of a certain protected species is illegal. "They destroy everything here, especially our national parks, and forests and rivers and everything." Russian forces remain entrenched near the Georgian port of Poti, following a brief war earlier this month between Russia and Georgia. United States and other western powers have said their presence is in violation of a ceasefire brokered by France. Moscow has claimed that the deal allowed them to occupy "security zones" in Georgia. But the move prompted Georgia to sever diplomatic ties with Moscow. It claims, as does the West, that Russia is violating the European Union agreement. The crisis started earlier this month when on August 7, Georgian forces launched a devastating rocket and artillery assault on Tskhinvali, the capital of South Ossetia, one of two breakaway regions in the country. Russia mounted a massive military response, sending hundreds of armoured vehicles south across Georgia's border and driving the Georgians deep into their own territory. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9335f6ba88dbe8a2a46bf2f22949b651 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Dear friends of Lake Baikal and Russian nature! In 2015 the UNDP-GEF Regional Project “Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Baikal Basin Transboundary Ecosystem” (the Baikal project) completed an implementation of the special public awareness media concept “PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL”. Specially protected nature areas (SPNA) cover 33% of Lake Baikal and include nature reserves, nature sanctuaries, and national parks. There are several nature reserves and national parks located in and around Lake Baikal which together are THE PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL: the Baikalsky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Barguzinsky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Baikalo-Lensky State Nature Reserve, the Dzherginsky State Nature Reserve, the Sokhondinsky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Daursky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Alkhanaisky National Park, the Zabaikalsky National Park, the Pribaikalsky National Park, and the Tunkinsky National Park. The media concept bearing the same name, the PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL, developed under the Baikal project is to raise awareness of the people of Russia and the public in other countries about the current state and prospects of developing tourism in nature reserves and national parks of the Baikal region (Republic of Buryatia, Irkutsk Oblast , Zabaikalsky Krai). This is an area of unique flora and fauna, and magnificent landscapes. Special focus is put on eco-trails that lend visitors a possibility to enjoy nature in its pristine state. Ecotourism in SPNAs is developed with support from the Baikal Project. The Baikal Project in conjunction with the government of Russia is focusing on sustainable development of territories included in the protected areas of the Baikal basin. The issue of promoting ecotourism in international markets is currently of special importance, and for this reason a promotion campaign for SPNAs has been launched under the auspices of a project targeting the European tourist market with special emphasis on development of eco-trails and using ecotourism best practices, and also promoting protected areas (PA) through the Internet in different languages. Additionally the PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL media project has been produced to share the best practices of implementing ecotourism projects in SPNAs, engaging local communities, raising awareness, and attracting tourists. For the purposes of implementing this concept, expeditions have been arranged to all the nature reserves and national parks of the area, and professional photographers have been hired to conduct photo and video shoots of the main landscapes, tourist routes, and eco-trails. The Atlas of Culture Project has produced THE PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL documentary. The special edition of the World of Baikal Magazine has been produced and published which is a welcome addition to the Documentary and it describes all the SPNAs in and around Lake Baikal and lists the ecotours that lead through such areas. The documentary and the magazine have been produced both in the English and Russian languages. In addition, separate promotion video clips have been created for each protected area. The SPNAs play a key role in land use on the Baikal Nature Territory and serve as centers for both biodiversity conservation and ecotourism development providing viable economic alternatives to local communities. Protected areas are designed to protect the natural state of the environment and nature conservation sites that present historic and environmental value. Major responsible project partner is the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (Russian Federation). Additionally this project is supported by the Russian Geographical Society, the Baikal Institute of Nature Management of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Fund for Protection of Lake Baikal, Metropol Group of Companies. Detailed information about the project “PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL” and all media material are available on this web site: http://baikal.iwlearn.org/en/pictures/precious-necklace-of-baikal
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Syria War Map | Breaking News, 8th of August, 2018 1. Russia - Syria Major General Alexei Tsigankov, the head of the Russian Center for the reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria, reported that in Idlib and Khama, the territories controlled by the terrorists, dozens of representatives of the Syrian opposition were arrested by the terrorists. According to Alexei Tsigankov - the arrests were organized by the leaders of the terrorist groups "Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham" and "Jabhat Tahrir Suriya", RIA NEWS reports. Alexei Tsigankov underlined that after the arrest of the Syrian oppositionists - the leaders of the radical groups expect to "disrupt the possibility of holding peace talks, between the parties of the conflict, aimed to resolve the situation in the zone of de-escalation in Idlib." 2 Syria The terrorists of the Harakat Nur al-Din al-Zenki group fired at the stronghold of the Syrian army in the north of Hama province. In the recent days, the terrorists of the "moderate opposition" have increased the number of their attacks, sabotage raids, and shelling of positions of the Syrian army. They call it 'preparation for the defense of the territories under their control'. 3. Turkey - Russia The Minister of Energy and Natural Resources of Turkey, Fatih Dönmez, said that the second pipeline of the 'Turkish Stream' gas pipeline is planned to be put into action on 31st of December, 2019. "The construction work on the sea part of the first branch of the 'Turkish Stream' is completed. Gazprom completed this work on their own. Gazprom built a 930-kilometer section and they are currently working onshore. Gazprom continues the laying of the second branch of pipes in the offshore section. 50% of it has been completed. Gazprom told us the date of commissioning - 31st of December, 2019" - RIA NEWS quotes the Turkish minister. 4.Republic of South Ossetia According to the press service of the State Security Committee of South Ossetia - the border of South Ossetia and Georgia has been closed since the evening of 6st of August. The checkpoints will resume their normal work on the morning of 9th of August. "The State Security Committee of the Republic informs that starting from 20:00 of 6th of August - the border with Georgia is temporarily closed in connection with the commemorative events of the 10th anniversary of the Georgian aggression" - the message says. The State Security Committee clarified that the full functioning of the border checkpoints will resume on 9th of August, starting from 06:00. 5. North Korea - the USA - South Korea The official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, Rodong Sinmun, criticized Seoul and accused South Korea in trying to resume the confrontation. According to the publication - the recent military talks between South Korea and the United States, as well as the plans of Seoul to carry out military reform, are nothing but "conspiracy" and a "confrontational rally made by South Korean militarists, which contradicts the course of dialogue, peace and improvement of inter-Korean relations" - TASS quotes the message of the publication. Rodong Sinmun underlines that the actions of Seoul contradict the spirit of the Panmunjom Declaration on Peace, Prosperity and Unification of the Korean Peninsula. 6.Turkey - Iran - the USA Turkey is not going to abandon their economic ties with Iran after the US decided to restore the sanctions against Iran. This was stated by the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources of Turkey, Fatih Dönmez. According to him - the relations between Turkey and Iran will continue under existing contracts. Earlier, the Russian Foreign Ministry disapproved the restoration of US sanctions against Iran. The Foreign Ministers of France, Britain and Germany also expressed their regret about the decision of Washington. Constantine Reztsov, specially for ANNA NEWS.
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Underwater alien bases, USOs, heavy presence of the Russian military in the faraway, ecologically (almost) pristine, harsh, unexplored, volcanic active Far Eastern peninsula. Recently, after beefing up the Baltic and Black Sea Fleets, the Russian Defense Ministry’s main resources are now being invested in the modernization of submarine bases in the Far East, in the city of Vilyuchinsk in the Kamchatka Region.The site of the fabled (among foreign spies) “wasp’s nest”; Russia’s home of the Pacific Fleet…land full of secrets (some areas are closed for foreigners-like Vilyuchinsk), paranormal mysteries, and natural resources. What attracts strange USOs to the lakes of Kamchatka?
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1. Greenpeace activists abseiling down Russian Ministry of Environmental Resources building 2. Greenpeace activists with banner reading: "Minister! A year has passed. Where are the national parks?" 3. Activists with banner on building 4. Cutaway of crowds 5. Cutaway of crowds with banners 6. Activists unfurling banner on Ministry building 7. Activist 8. Banner on Ministry reading: "Minister Artukhov has not carried out a government order." 9. Ministry sign 10. Wide shot of activists and police 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ugano Stragulyanov, Greenpeace Russia coordinator "Last year was the first year from the last ten when not one park or national reserve was created, and all of this is due to it not being possible to use nature and at the same time protect nature. (This happens) only in Russia. It never happens in other countries." 12. Cutaway activists and police 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ugano Stragulyanov, Greenpeace Russia coordinator "Now, not one company in Russia must pay for contamination and pollution, and all of this due to the minister. He really is a bad guy." 14. Wide shot of banner hanging from building 15. Police officers at scene STORYLINE: Russian Greenpeace activists have marked World Environment Day with a demonstration outside the Ministry of Environmental Resources in Moscow. Activists abseiled down the exterior of the ministry on Wednesday and unfurled a banner directed at Environmental Resources Minister, Artukhov. Among other things, the banner read: "Minister Artukhov has not carried out a government order." Some 50 to 100 onlookers watched the protest unfold, with some holding placards of protest. Greenpeace Russia claims the ministry has been accepting money from companies in return for turning a blind eye to the ongoing pollution of Russia's natural resources. They also claim that 2001 was the first year in the last decade in which a national park wasn't created in Russia. According to Greenpeace, a 1994 Russian law states that 42 national parks have to be created. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bdab02c6e01239c699ea563149bbd2b8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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SHOTLIST June 24, 2007 1. Wide of Moscow City towers 2. Mid tilt up Federation Tower 3. Mid of Moscow river 4. Set up of Oleg Mitvol Deputy Minister of Ministry of Natural Resources 5. Cutaway of Russian President Vladimir Putin calendar 6. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Oleg Mitvol, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Natural Resources: "The companies are racing to finish on time, and to make their money and feel that they can ruin the environment. They simply don't understand that there can be terrible consequences for our children." 7. Wide pan of Moscow City 8. Wide of workers on roof 9. Wide of construction lift July 3, 2007 10. Wide of Duma Deputy Sergi Mitrokhin at protest (white shirt) 12. Mid of female protester July 10, 2007 13. Set up Mitrokhin 14. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Sergei Mitrokhin, Duma Deputy from Yabloko Party: "Everyone is in a hurry to get construction finished. They work round-the-clock, at weekends, all because the investor is afraid something might happen to stop work. Of course ecology is the last thing on their minds." July 10, 2007 15. Wide of Moscow City construction site 16. Wide tilt down construction site 17. Construction lift going up 18. Moscow City skyscraper 19. Set up of Sergei Polonsky, CEO of Mirax Group construction company 20. Polonsky seated 21. Close up Mirax Group corporate magazine 22. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Sergei Polonsky, CEO of Mirax Group construction company: "No one is throwing waste pipes into the Moscow River and if you looked at the state of the river before and after Moscow City you wouldn't see any difference. It's no better and no worse." 23. Various of Moscow skyline STORYLINE: It's Moscow's most ambitious construction project and the symbol of a resurgent Russia, but Moscow City has now come under attack for its impact on the environment. Sited on the banks of the Moscow River, the site is being turned into a major business centre and will house some of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe. The 12 billion (b) US Dollar project is comparable in size and scale to London's Docklands development. When finished it will include a huge public square 2 1/2 times bigger than Red Square, new metro stations, parking for 30-thousand cars and leisure and sports facilities. Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov is even planning to move the city's legislature to the site. But the scale and tempo of the city's construction boom is causing concern. Work at two of the sites was stopped last week by Russia's environmental watchdog who accused construction companies of polluting the Moscow River with runoff clogging it up and reducing the river's depth from 1.5 metres to 20 centimetres. "The companies are racing to finish on time, and to make their money and feel that they can ruin the environment. They simply don't understand that there can be terrible consequences for our children," Deputy Minister of Ministry of Natural Resources Oleg Mitvol told AP Television. Environmental standards at construction sites across the country are at best insufficient. There have been several public protests at the number of high-rise buildings under construction. Duma Deputy, Sergei Mitrokhin accuses the builders of neglecting the environment in their rush to make colossal profits. "They work round-the-clock, at weekends, all because the investor is afraid something might happen to stop work. Of course ecology is the last thing on their minds," he told AP Television. But the construction companies claim the allegations are political and no damage has been done to the river. "If you looked at the state of the river before and after Moscow City you wouldn't see any difference. It's no better and no worse," CEO of Mirax Group construction Sergei Polonsky told AP Television. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/629ee0ac8d90dc583b0dcf358116e596 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Since 2012, the project Mainstreaming biodiversity conservation into Russia’s energy sector policies and operations has been working in eight Russian regions to promote biodiversity conservation. Funded by the Global Environment Facility, the joint project of UNDP and the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment betters the state of biodiversity in industrialized regions, helps develop biodiversity monitoring systems and test new technologies in oil, gas and coal sectors and facilitates legislative and regulatory framework to enhance biodiversity conservation in the energy sector at national level.
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India and Russia are in the final stages of negotiations to purchase S-400 air defence systems two years after their initial deal on the matter. A commercial contract is expected to be signed soon and could happen on Nirmala Sitharaman's maiden trip to Moscow as defence minister in the first week of April, according to persons with knowledge of the matter. The Indian Air Force (IAF) recently told the parliamentary panel on defence that the procurement of the S-400 air defence systems developed by Russia is imperative to tackle possible threats from China and Pakistan. The parliamentary panel, on its part, has recommended that funds for this be made available during the year as per the IAF demand. India and Russia have been working on the final commercial contract since October 2016, when the two sides concluded an intergovernmental agreement for the procurement of five S-400 systems, 200 Kamov helicopters, some of which will be bought and the rest made in India, and four stealth frigates. During Arun Jaitley’s visit to Moscow last year as defence minister the two sides expedited the process of concluding contracts for these. Work on the stealth frigates have started. The S-400 systems are capable of intercepting and destroying airborne threats at a distance of up to 250 miles and can simultaneously engage up to six targets. Each S-400 comprises tracking and search radar systems, eight launchers, 112 guided missiles, and command and support vehicles. China was the first global customer of the S-400, said to be the world's most potent air defence system. It was delivered to China last year. Russia is also expected to begin implementing the contract on delivery of S-400 systems to Turkey in early 2020. Meanwhile, apart from the attempt to conclude the impending S-400 air defence system deal, Sitharaman is also expecting to move forward discussions on proposed bilateral collaboration on the development of a fifth generation fighter aircraft (FGFA). There will also be talks on spare parts, maintenance, upgradation and ammunition for Russian-made defence systems. She will also participate in the Moscow international security conference. The two sides are also focusing on other areas to expand ties. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was one of the first leaders to congratulate President Vladimir Putin on his re-election. At the same time, three Russian ministers—handling economic development, transportation and agriculture--were in Delhi meeting their counterparts. The two countries are currently in negotiations for Moscow’s assistance on a high-speed railway project between Nagpur and Secunderabad, besides Russian technology for river transportation utilising India’s vast river network. These issues were discussed when Russian Transport Ministers met his counterparts here. River transport is a cheaper mode of connectivity than road. Yet another emerging area of cooperation is IT and IT solutions. Nasscom signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Russian counterpart Russoft last Monday for projects in India and third countries. India and Russia are eyeing third-country collaboration in various sectors in Africa and Asean in areas ranging from technological solutions to development projects and harnessing natural resources. Meanwhile, in a bid to boost bilateral trade to $30 billion by 2025, Russia has asked Indian startups to play the role of catalysts to bring large Indian companies and Russian investors closer. The two governments have agreed to give high priority to the removal of obstacles to trade in order to improve upon the 21.5% growth in two-way trade recorded last year, according to Russia's deputy minister for economic development Alexey Gruzdev, who also visited Delhi earlier this week. India has pointed out that connectivity, the engagement between Russian regions and states, collaboration in the energy sector (hydrocarbon and nuclear), high-tech cooperation besides defence and security are focus areas for future collaboration. Source :- ET Disclaimer- This channel is for defence related news worldwide . We try to give you true news related to each and every aspects of defence . It is either country, defence weapon, air Force, army ,navy, military or anything we will try to fully explain . The content specially news we upload are taken from various news channels and media houses . we never claim it is 100 % on our behalf but we try to deliver you exact without rumours . our news is specially related to india . As India is a growing country specially in defence under narendra modi BJP government . Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/DefenceTube Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/defencetube Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/DefenceTube Check my all playlist : https://www.youtube.com/defencetube/playlist
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Russia's new military base holds a key strategic position in the oil-rich Arctic. Subscribe to Vocativ: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vocativvideo Find us everywhere else: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vocativ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vocativ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vocativ/ Snapchat: http://www.snapchat.com/add/vocativ Website: http://www.vocativ.com Vocativ explores the nexus of media and technology, where science meets storytelling. We use proprietary technology to examine the uncharted space of the Deep Web, covering topics that are vital to our changing world. Follow us for more!
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Plenary Session: International Cooperation for the Development of the Economic Potential of the Arctic zone Congress Centre, Conference Hall D1 Until fairly recently, there was no suggestion that the Arctic marine environment would become navigable, and that huge deposits of hydrocarbons and minerals would be discovered on the Arctic shelf (which would promote the development of large-scale commercial projects). Today, these facts both pose global challenges and offer points of potential cooperation between states. The Arctic is now a foreign policy priority area for all of the Arctic nations. Moreover, nations outside the Arctic region, such as Vietnam, China, Singapore, and South Korea, have recently expressed an increased interest in Arctic development. Wide-ranging international cooperation in the Arctic is the key to the stable development of the region. Key issues: — Business as the foundation for international cooperation in the Arctic; — Promising international projects in the Arctic region; — Assistance from Arctic nations for business cooperation in the Arctic; — The presence of Russia’s non-Arctic partners in the Arctic. Moderator: Yevgeny Lukyanov, Deputy Secretary, Security Council of the Russian Federation Speakers: Vladimir Barbin, Ambassador at Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Tero Vauraste, President and CEO, Arctia; Vice Chair, Arctic Economic Council Sergey Donskoy, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation Paavo Lipponen, Prime Minister of Finland (1995–2003) Lou Naumovski, Vice President, General Director of the Moscow Representative Office, Kinross Gold Corporation Frederik Paulsen, Member of the Board of Trustees, Russian Geographical Society; Honorary Consul of the Russian Federation in Lausanne (Switzerland) Mikhail Slipenchuk, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Natural Resources and Environmental Protection; Head of Delegation of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation at The Conference of Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region Sergey Frank, President and CEO, Sovcomflot; Member of the Presidium at the Maritime Board under the Government of the Russian Federation Denis Khramov, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, NOVATEK Artur Chilingarov, Special Representative to the President of the Russian Federation on International Cooperation in the Arctic and Antarctic; President, Russian Association of Polar Explorers
Russia has accused the United States of carpet-bombing residential areas in Syria’s Raqqah, saying the US-led coalition’s poorly-planned strikes have taken thousands of civilian lives. Russian Defense Ministry Spokesman Igor Konashenkov says the US-led coalition has deliberately targeted natural water resources in Raqqah. Carpet-bombing includes dropping a large number of bombs on a selected area with the intention of causing maximum damage to the installations on the ground. Washington says it is working with an alliance of Kurdish and Arab fighters to push Daesh terrorists out of Raqqah. But there have been many reports of U-S-led airstrikes targeting Raqqah’s residents and infrastructure. The air raids lack a mandate from the United Nations and authorization from the Syrian government. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/videosptv/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
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(21 Nov 2017) Russian authorities on Tuesday confirmed reports of a spike in radioactivity in the air over the Ural Mountains while the suspected culprit, a nuclear fuel processing plant, denied it was the source of contamination. The Russian Meteorological Service said in a statement Tuesday that it recorded the release of Ruthenium-106 in the southern Urals in late September and classified it as "extremely high contamination." France's nuclear safety agency earlier this month said that it recorded radioactivity in the area between the Volga River and the Ural Mountains from a suspected accident involving nuclear fuel or the production of radioactive material. It said the release of the isotope Ruthenium-106 posed no health or environmental risks to European countries. At the time, Russia's state-controlled Rosatom corporation said in a statement that there had been no radiation leak from its facilities. The Russian meteorological office's report, however, noted high levels of radiation in residential areas adjacent to Rosatom's Mayak plant for spent nuclear fuel. Air samples in the town of Argayash in late September-early October, for example, showed levels nearly 1,000 times higher than those recorded in the previous months. The Russian Natural Resources Ministry which oversees the meteorological office in a statement later on Tuesday sought to reassure the public, claiming that the radiation levels there still were lower than those deemed to be dangerous. Mayak in a statement on Tuesday denied being the source of contamination. The plant said it has not conducted any work on extracting Ruthenium-106 from spent nuclear fuel "for several years." Mayak, in the Chelyabinsk region, has been responsible for at least two of Russia's biggest radioactive accidents. In 2004 it was confirmed that waste was being dumped in the local Techa River. Nuclear regulators say that no longer happens, but anti-nuclear activists say it's impossible to tell given the level of state secrecy. In 2016, Associated Press reporters visited a village downstream from Mayak where doctors have for years recorded rates of chromosomal abnormalities, birth defects and cancers vastly higher than the Russian average. A Geiger counter at the riverbank in the village of Muslyumovo showed measurements 80 to 100 times the level of naturally occurring background radiation. A decades-long Radiation Research Society study of people living near the Techa River, conducted jointly by Russian and American scientists, has linked radiation particularly to higher rates of cancer of the uterus and esophagus. The Nuclear Safety Institute at the Russian Academy of Sciences, which oversees safety standards for the country's nuclear industry, has insisted, however, that Mayak's nuclear waste processing system presents no danger to the surrounding population. Environmental pressure group Greenpeace said in a statement on Tuesday that it would petition the Russian Prosecutor General's office to investigate "a possible concealment of a radiation accident" and check whether public health was sufficiently protected. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: [email protected] (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/712888a2eff9fa8b64bc01584a82adc3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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US is Jealous of MODI PUTIN Hosting BIGGEST Economic Summit against United States . India, Russia plan to hold mega economic Summit of 100 CEOs . NEW DELHI Suresh Prabhu, Commerce and Industry Minister led the Indian delegation at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on the May 24-25 -- to initiate an economic summit -- as a follow up of the visit of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Sochi for an informal summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The two countries also explored possibility of Joint Ventures which should participate in tenders in third countries. The Minister during his engagements invited various Ministers, Governors and CEOs to bring a delegation of the top 100 CEOs to visit India for a summit and meeting, with government officials and Indian CEOs, where sector specific industries would meet each other to discuss, build contacts to create sustained engagement. The Minister meet five Russian Ministers and several top Business leaders representing Railways, Communications & Media, Fertilizers and Startups. Furthering the goal of increased cooperation between the regions of the Russian Fed, the Minister also had meetings with 4 Governors. US President donald trump may be in shock as india getting closer to Russia with economic and bilateral ties . During the various meetings, both sides appreciated and noted the fact that India Russia trade has increased considerably, but was still less than the potential. The thrust of the conversations was creating and executing a plan for increased India Russian trade and economic co-operation. Towards this end logistics, infrastructure, knowledge based economies, diamonds and gold were highlighted as important focus areas. In the infrastructure sector, the status of the Joint study with Russian Railways on the high speed Railway line between Nagpur and Secunderabad was discussed. The Indian Minister also highlighted the need to set up Joint Ventures which should participate in tenders in thrd countries. Knowledge based sectors like pharmaceuticals, innovative industries, digital economies were discussed as target areas of Joint cooperation. With the Russian Deputy Prime Minister the Indian Minister highlighted need for co-operation and creating a win-win plan in areas of gold, diamond, timber and other natural resources. The visit also discussed creation of mechanisms to find complementarities and remove barirs between the economies of the two countries. The Commerce and Industry Minister of India and the Minister of Economic Development discussed the articulation of the Joint Action Plan on Increased India Russia Economic Co-operation and to submit the findings of the report before the Annual Summit between the Prime Minister of India and the Russian President later this year. The establishment of a strategic economic dialogue between the NITI Ayog (Indian side ) and the Ministry of Economic Development (Russian side) where experts from both sides would meet and discuss economic isus, which would have its first meeting later this year was discussed. India FTA negotiations was also underlined. The Indian Commerce and Industry Minister and the Russian Minister of Transport agreed that operationalising the International North South Transport Corridor would propel trade between the two countries to new heights by providing a faster more viable trade route, and therefore should be a priority for both. Thanks for watching. Subscribe to our channel. Thanks for watching. This is World Conspiracy Daily WC Daily If you have any points comment below. Production: Hades Pictures Music By : Kevin MacLeod Track : Blue Scorpion Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed Russian Popular Front Action Forum Join and subscribe by clicking on the 'bell' notification https://www.youtube.com/user/RussiaInsiderTV The President took part in a plenary session of the Russian Popular Front (ONF) Action Forum. The President was also updated on several ONF projects, listened to a report on the operations of the forum’s themed platforms and talked with presentation participants. Vladimir Putin was updated on the ONF Cleaning Project launched to get rid of illegal landfills. The main element of the presentation was an interactive map of landfills. The President asked about the number of such landfills. Project coordinator Dmitry Mironov said there are over 15,000 of them. The ONF representatives also told the President they had reviewed the results of this project and used them to select the best and the worst regions in terms of effectiveness of removing the illegal landfills. They also said that the interactive map of the landfills would be forwarded to the Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment. After that, Vladimir Putin was told about the ONF Youth project. Project coordinator Sergei Boyarsky pointed out that several independent projects have been launched within ONF Youth over the past four months and that some of them have already produced results. For example, the President learnt that over 10,000 people took part in the Russia’s Future Image project and provided statistical data on the interests of Russia’s young people. This year’s forum is the largest in the ONF history. It is being attended by over 4,000 delegates from across Russia, including active ONF members and representatives from public and volunteer organisations and from federal and regional authorities. Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TeamRussiaInsider Visit us! http://russia-insider.com/en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RussiaInsider?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RussiaInsider
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Is Moscow simply at the mercy of global oil prices or is its foreign policy also to blame? Presenter Mike Hanna Guests Vyacheslav Matuzov - former Russian Diplomat and political commentator. Riccardo Puliti - Director of Energy and Natural Resources at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Sinan Ulgen - Chairman of the Center for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies, an independent think tank in Istanbul. - Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check out our website:http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Russian Minister of Sports Vitaly Mutko confirmed that all the necessary decisions on the Crimean Football Federation have been made after a press conference in Sochi, Saturday. "The Football Federation has already been created and has received status and patronage from UEFA," he said. Despite UEFA recently postponing a visit to Crimea, Mutko confirmed the footballing body will provide the Crimean Football Federation "with necessary financial resources." According to Mutko, "FIFA has already made all the decisions concerning players’ registration and transfer processes." Moreover, the Russian Ministry of Sports has "granted a subsidy" to the federation. Last year, UEFA authorities banned Crimean clubs from playing in the Russian championship January 1, 2015. The decision affected three football teams: TSK Simferopol, SKChF Sevastopol and Zhemchuzhina Yalta. Video ID: 20151003-045 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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http://www.euronews.com/ As Russia's Economy Ministry warned the country risks sliding into recession, how to avoid that was a main focus of a major investment forum in Moscow. GDP growth in the first quarter was just one percent. That was way down on the government's five percent forecast. A weak Europe has cuts back on energy use, that highlights a lack of the promised diversification of Russia's economy: Economist Jean Michel Six of Standard & Poor's told euronews: "When commodity prices start going down, especially oil and gas prices, it is obvious that all these issues impact the Russian economy. And at the moment the structural problems and the lack of diversification become more evident." Europe accounts for half Russia's foreign trade and half of its budget revenues still come from oil and gas sales. President Putin recently ordered ministers and advisers to come up with solutions. The joint head of Sberbank's investment department, Ruben Vardanyan, welcomed that: "Establishing the right diagnosis is very important, and it's reassuring (for investors) when the government has a sound assessment of the situation in the country and takes necessary steps to change it. I think the "alarm call" in the first quarter makes this a good time to take counter-measures." Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said the government will consider stimulus to avert recession, but his first deputy Igor Shuvalov said that hasty moves to boost growth by spending were wrong and dangerous. "The most important (thing) is not to descend into a discussion of any fiscal measure to tweak the situation artificially to show that our growth rate starts changing dramatically," Shuvalov said. "Should the government do something hastily? I think that there should not be any hasty reaction, because it is erroneous and dangerous." And the incoming head of Russia's central bank Elvira Nabiullina said that continuing the steady reduction of inflation remains the priority. Our correspondent in Moscow, Natalia Marshalkovich, concluded: "So, Russia is still a huge market rich in natural resources. But high commodities prices can't mask the structural problems of the economy anymore. And it's starting to have an impact on investor's priorities." Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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A private Russian Security guard is accused of assaulting and pulling his gun on a Guyanese miner recently at Quart Stone in Cuyuni region 7. The Russian guards are also accused of handcuffed a miner to the roof of a shed and beating him. The circumstances surrounding that incident is unclear but miners are calling on the police and Ministry of Natural Resources to investigate these incidents and give them justice.
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Video ID: 20141210-014 M/S PM Dmitri Medvedev giving his end-of-the-year interview [CUTAWAY] SOT, Dmitri Medvedev, Prime Minister of Russia (in Russian): "In recent years, I promoted it recently and the Russian President did as well in his end-of-year speech, we took a series of initiatives for the modernisation and creation of high-tech industry. This is an alternative to the export of oil and gas. In other words, the export of non-natural-resource goods, export of non-hydrocarbon goods. We must pay attention to that. Of course, the time has not just been wasted. However you need to understand that a diversification of a modern economy in Russia will not only take one, two, three, or even 10 years. This will take even more time, because our economy was fully dependent on oil for 40 years." W/S Dmitri Medvedev giving his end-of-the-year interview [CUTAWAY] SCRIPT Russia has not yet missed the chance to diversify its economy but it could take more than a decade to complete the process, Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev said during his end-of-year address in Moscow, Wednesday. As a reason for this, Medvedev named the Russian economy's complete dependence on oil prices over the last 40 years. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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W/S Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Phil Hogan M/S Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Phil Hogan SOT, Phil Hogan, Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development (in English): "Hopefully we will be able to find some resolution of some serious issues in relation to the Russian ban." W/S Italian Minister of Agriculture Maurizio Martina arriving SOT, Nicos Kouyialis, Cypriot Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment Minister (in English): "The money that comes from the contingency fund - which is around one hundred million - is not enough to face this Russian ban." W/S Cypriot Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment Minister Nicos Kouyialis enters building, Brussels SCRIPT Agriculture and Fisheries Council ministers and commissioners representing the 28 states of the European Union (EU) arrived in Brussels on Monday, with the Russian ban on peaches and nectarines from Greece set to be one of the topics on the agenda. Along with the ministers discussing next year's EU budget, representatives will discuss the impact of Russia's import ban and the effects the Ukrainian crisis has had on agricultural products from Greece and other states.
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