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I didn’t ask for the wildly inaccurate translation, screenshotted below. It just showed up on my Facebook newsfeed from RBC as is, yet inadvertently hinting at… 55 more words

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Medvedev expresses support for boosting bilateral economic ties

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev expressed support for further boosting economic relations between Hungary and Russia, in a message sent to Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban on the occasion of Hungary’s St. 60 more words

Dmitry Medvedev expressed his condolences to Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy following deadly terror attack in the centre of Barcelona

The message reads, in part:

“On behalf of the Government of the Russian Federation and on my own behalf, I express my deep condolences over the numerous victims of the terror attack in the centre of Barcelona. 57 more words

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From Russia With Love: Higher Education System 'Rolls Out Red Carpet'! #highered

Russia has a new 2025 target of increasing the number of international #students studying at its universities by 300% #highered #edu #edchat

— ッ MEDIOLANA® EDU (@Mediolana) …

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Economics

Russia’s leaders are turning against Trump after sanctions, and so are its people

A survey in June of global citizens’ views on world leaders brought unhappy news to the White House: Only Russia and Israel preferred US president Donald Trump to Barack Obama. 219 more words

"Full-scale trade war on Russia"

The US has actually declared trade war on Russia by tightening sanctions against it, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said in a Facebook post. He is confident that these measures will have no sense and that Russia, nevertheless, will be able to develop, according to TASS news agency. 128 more words

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Moscow reacts with reserve on Washington sanctions

The signing of a law on tougher US sanctions against Russia, North Korea and Iran by President Trump does not change anything de facto in the current situation, the Russian President’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov said, according to Russian TASS news agency. 111 more words

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