Putin orders to draft over 140,000 men into army this springMilitary & Defense March 30, 10:51
Russia cuts oil output by 200,000 barrels a dayBusiness & Economy March 30, 8:09
Deal of ‘the century’: 150 years since the sale of Russian AlaskaSociety & Culture March 30, 2:55
Russian historical epic Viking to be released in Italy, UKSociety & Culture March 30, 2:11
Putin visits ice cave during Arctic tourSociety & Culture March 30, 0:02
Moscow slams West’s reaction to Russian protests as part of long-planned campaignRussian Politics & Diplomacy March 29, 23:56
Putin orders Defense Ministry and FSB to ensure protection of Russia’s interests in ArcticMilitary & Defense March 29, 21:46
Kiev aware of few chances to win in debt lawsuit case — envoyBusiness & Economy March 29, 20:52
Russian top diplomat dismisses claims about human rights violations in Crimea as liesRussian Politics & Diplomacy March 29, 20:23
KOMSOMOLSK-ON-AMUR, October 24 (Itar-Tass). — Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev expects that an acceptable option will be found to settle the situation connected with the Amurmetall enterprise.
During a meeting between the Head of Government and Khabarovsk Territory Governor Vyacheslav Shport, the latter requested Medvedev to join in the efforts towards settling the issue and help preserve the Amurmetall enterprise.
The Prime Minister recalled that the government already tackles the problem. "We are tackling it. Vneshekonombank has also addressed the issue. I gave assignments," he said.
"I think some acceptable option will be found," the Head of Government assured the interlocutor.