Lavrov, Kerry discuss settlement in Syria at conference in RomeWorld December 03, 1:36
Kiev halves water supplies to LPR from another pumping station — LPR negotiatorWorld December 03, 0:50
Civilian wounded by Ukrainian sniper near Gorlovka — agencyWorld December 03, 0:31
Reconciliation agreements signed with 6 Syrian settlements — Russian Defense MinistryWorld December 02, 23:50
Russia doesn't understand why Kiev still continues operation in Donbass — LavrovRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 02, 22:59
Russian field engineers take off for Syria to take part in Aleppo demining operationMilitary & Defense December 02, 21:24
Putin praises Hermitage Museum for its efforts in restoring PalmyraSociety & Culture December 02, 21:03
Lavrov says 'Crimea is not a problem, it is a part of Russia'Russian Politics & Diplomacy December 02, 20:42
Russian top diplomat says Syria cannot repeat Libya’s fateRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 02, 19:53
MOSCOW, December 4. /TASS/. Offshore capital amnesty proposed by Russian President Vladimir Putin will offer a good chance for owners of unlegalized capital in Russia, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday.
In his state of the nation address on Thursday, Putin proposed an all-out amnesty for offshore capital, if money returned to the country.
“I propose carrying out full amnesty of capital returning to Russia, precisely an all-out amnesty,” Putin said.
The presidential spokesman said in comments on Putin’s proposal that the issue of capital amnesty would be included in the list of the president’s instructions for the government.
“I’m also convinced that the modalities of this amnesty will become known shortly,” the Kremlin spokesman said.
Offshore capital amnesty will be held only once in Russia, Peskov said.
“This is a very rare but a very good chance for all those who have unlegalized capital. There will be no more such amnesty afterwards and subsequently punishment (for unlegalized capital) should be used,” Peskov said.