The meeting of the CIS Council of Interior Ministers will be held on July 19-21 in Baku. Oxu.Az reports with reference to BelTA that the due information was disseminated by the press service of the CIS Executive Committee. Representatives of law enforcement agencies will review the implementation of interstate programs to combat crime, as well as analyze the cooperation of the internal affairs bodies of the Commonwealth. The Council will consider the issue of endowment the Moscow University of the Ministry of the Interior of Russia named after V.Ya. Kikotia the status of the basic organization of the CIS states in training personnel in the field of combating crimes committed using information technology. Following the results of the Council, it is planned to sign a protocol on amending the Agreement on Cooperation of the CIS States in the fight against theft of motor vehicles and ensuring their return. News.Az … [Read more...] about News.Az — Your Window to the RegionMeeting of the CIS Council of Interior Ministers to be held in Baku
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YEREVAN.- Armenian President Armen Sarkissian received on Thursday Chairman of the CIS Executive Committee, CIS Executive Secretary Sergei Lebedev, presidential press service reported. Greeting the guest, the President Sarkissian stressed the role of CIS in strengthening and expanding cooperation between the member states.He attached great importance to deepening ties in the cultural and humanitarian spheres. The CIS Executive Secretary highly appreciated the involvement of Armenia in the activities of the organization and expressed satisfaction with the effective cooperation established between the representatives of Armenia and the CIS Executive Secretariat. Armenia News - NEWS.am ! This text available in Հայերեն and Türkçe Print … [Read more...] about Armenian President receives Chairman of the CIS Executive Committee, CIS Executive Secretary Sergei Lebedev
Sergei Mikhailov MINSK, 19 April (BelTA) – The news agencies in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) need to team up to promote cultural values, Director General of the Russian TASS news agency Sergei Mikhailov noted at the 24th meeting of the CIS Mass Media Heads Council (the CIS Information Council) in Minsk on 19 April, BelTA has learned.The CIS news agencies provide an extensive coverage of cultural events, expos, exhibitions, and festivals, Sergei Mikhailov said. Every country has a unique culture, and this is a good reason to exchange information in a more effective way, the director general believes.It is important to tell more about the cultural heritage of the CIS member states, its conservation and restoration. The news agencies need to use other platforms to distribute information. This will increase the interest both in their materials and the culture of the CIS ethnic groups, Sergei Mikhailov pointed out.He also stressed the need to develop new … [Read more...] about CIS news agencies told to team up to promote cultural values
0 Post a comment Thursday, 22 March 2018 - Local People by The Post @twitter.com/ThePostSeries [email protected] THE owner of Camelot Castle in Tintagel, John Mappin, believes he may have solved the problem of where President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un should meet. Mr Mappin said: “Astana, Kazakhstan, could be the best possible place to host the historic meeting of President Trump and President Kim.”Mr Mappin, who who was the third British subject to meet with US President Trump and the First Lady Melania, has, over the last two years, become well-known for demonstrating considerable insight into the Trump administration. At the same time, Mr Mappin’s wife, Irina, is a daughter of Kazakhstan and was born there in the capital of Astana. The family today owns media and construction interests there and has diplomatic insight and relations with the Presidential government in Astana.Mr Mappin continued: “Initial conversations … [Read more...] about Has Tintagel hotel owner solved the problem surrounding the meeting of Trump and Jong-un?
Smiley’s People, John Le Carré’s 1979 novel about a Soviet defector bumped off on Hampstead Heath by Moscow Central, is suddenly looking remarkably relevant. The narrative around the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury has some eerie similarities to the fictional assassination of the Gauloises-smoking Estonian émigré General Vladimir. Meanwhile, Le Carré’s tale was a story about a retired spy returning to work, just as Kremlin-watchers in London speculate that MI6 did not need any intelligence to establish a motive for the Skripal poisoning: they simply needed to take a look at their current payroll. However, while there are differences in the methods used in each of the tales, there is also a stark contrast in the public exposure generated by the real-life version. In the novel, Smiley quietly slips away from the murder scene, having been warned by a superintendent that the press were heading his way. Smiley’s boss is … [Read more...] about Oligarchs, courtiers and roubles move through the City