Kyrgyzstan was threatened with missiles for hosting US airbase, president saysWorld July 24, 9:56
IMF confirms recovery of Russia's economy in 2017Business & Economy July 24, 8:47
Russian Interior Ministry to control 13 more new psychotropics, drug-containing plantSociety & Culture July 24, 2:54
MAKS-2017 airshow yields contracts to over $6bln - Russian ministry of industry and tradeBusiness & Economy July 23, 23:48
Russian consumer rights watchdog chief names cities with highest HIV ratesSociety & Culture July 23, 21:41
Serbian filmmaker Kustirica says Crimea’s reunification with Russia is natural processSociety & Culture July 23, 21:40
Israeli embassy in Amman attacked by terrorists, some people wounded - TVWorld July 23, 21:35
Boxing Day on Red Square sets new Guinness recordSport July 23, 8:33
Joseph Dunford says Russia most military capable country of those posing threat to USWorld July 23, 4:57
KIEV, March 27 (Itar-Tass) —— Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich and U.S. President Barack Obama discussed global nuclear security at their meeting on the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit sidelines, the Ukrainian presidential press office said.
Yanukovich told Obama what Ukraine had done for the removal of highly enriched uranium from its territory. Nuclear security cooperation was also on the agenda.
The presidents discussed the Ukrainian initiative to open a research center at the Chernobyl NPP. “There is no reply to this proposal as yet but consideration is in progress. We would like to create a world-class research center at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. We plan to involve Japan, which has a nuclear accident cleanup experience, in this project. The 25-year experience of Ukraine accumulated since the Chernobyl nuclear disaster may be useful for the entire world,” the press office said.