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Archive for Tag Archives: ' Putin'

Medvedev Calls for Yukos Case Review

Posted On: March 07, 2012

By Alexander Bratersky The St. Petersburg Times MOSCOW — With his final days in office counting down, President [...]

Russia’s Minorities Help Putin Back to Power

Posted On: March 06, 2012

      The Wall Street Journal Europe March 5, 2012 By Geoffrey T. Smith So you thought [...]

TASS: Turkish observer says Russian elections transparent

Posted On: March 06, 2012

“In their striving for democracy, Russians have held a transparent election”, a member of the Turkish delegation in [...]

5th March Meetings in Kazan

Posted On: March 06, 2012

Tatarstan Republic reported expectative support for Vladimir Putin according to official presidential election results as almost 83 percent [...]

The Independent: United Russia, dividing Russians

Posted On: March 05, 2012

Maxim Edwards Notebook – A selection of Independent views -, Opinion, The Foreign Desk – International dispatches from [...]

Expat Russians angry at Putin, wary of home

Posted On: March 05, 2012

Sunday, March 4, 2012 By Maria Golovnina LONDON (Reuters) – Tatyana Sergeyeva has come a long way from [...]

Turkey-Based World Tatar League Voices Concerns Over Putin’s Re-election

Posted On: March 04, 2012

 On the day of the Russian presidential elections – March, 4, 2012, one of the public Tatar organisations [...]

Vladimir Putin on foreign affairs

Posted On: February 27, 2012

27.02.2013 Russia’s only viable candidate for President – Prime Minister Vladimir Putin issued another article on his agenda [...]

Minnikhanov, Shaimiev: Putin Is The Only Option

Posted On: February 23, 2012

By Landysh Zaripova After Russia’s contested parliamentary vote on the 4th December 2011 it launched an unexpected protest [...]

Minnikhanov: Russia Needs A Tsar

Posted On: February 23, 2012

Independent Online Russia must vote for Vladimir Putin in presidential elections as it needs a “tsar” and not [...]

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