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|6 days ago – Deadline approaches for Russia and China-led U.N. Internet takeover ...then-Russian Prime Minister Vladmir Putin announced in June 2011 ...|
1 post - 1 author - 6 days agoDeadline approaches for Russia and China-led U.N. Internet ... year after then-Russian Prime Minister Vladmir Putin announced in June 2011 ...
Sep 13, 2011 – Vladimir Putin, the 58-year-old former president and current prime minister ... Putin, taking pictures during an official event in Moscow, on June 16, 2011.... sought on June 17 to douse a frenzy of Internet comment after it hired ...
www.readwriteweb.com/.../2011/12/issues-for-2012-1-should-the-u....It's the new populist battle cry of Vladimir Putin, the Russian Prime Minister seeking once again to ... By Scott M. Fulton / December 21, 2011 08:00 AM / View Comments... Last June 15 at U.N. Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, the ITU's ...
www.rt.com/news/itu-internet-revolution-russia-386/2 days ago – Washington opposed UN regulation of the internet just weeks after ... Last June, then-PM Vladimir Putin met ITU Secretary-General Hamadoun I. Touré. ... 2011 China, Russia and several other countries submitted to the UN
|Putin aide seeks to calm worries over Russia-U.S. ties|
Reuters.co.uk Tue, 29 May 2012 11:55 AM PDT
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A veteran aide to Vladimir Putin sought on Tuesday to dispel the impression that relations with Washington were on a downward spiral after anti-U.S. remarks from the Russian president and his decision not to attend the G8 summit.
|Russian protesters may face huge fines|
Independent Wed, 23 May 2012 16:30 PM PDT
Russia's President, Vladimir Putin, signalled his support yesterday for a controversial bill that would increase fines 200-fold for those taking part in unsanctioned protests.
|Russian rights chief urges Putin to veto protest law|
Reuters.co.uk Wed, 23 May 2012 14:08 PM PDT
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin's human rights adviser said on Wednesday he will urge Russian President Vladimir Putin to veto a bill to increase fines for protesters deemed to have broken the law, unless it is rewritten. Related Stories Amnesty accuses U.N. council of "failed leadership" Medvedev cosies up to U.S. cowboys - in Russia EU urges Greece to stay in euro, but plans for possible exit .
|More Iran nuke talks set for June|
Gulf Times Thu, 24 May 2012 14:55 PM PDT
Iran and world powers will meet in Moscow on June 18-19 for more talks to try solve a long-standing dispute
about an Iranian nuclear energy programme, European Union (EU) foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said yesterday.
Vladimir Putin To Travel To Belarus on First Tour of Third Presidential Term
According to Russian media, Putin's state visit from May 31 to June 1 to the Eastern European state will be followed by stops in Germany, France, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and China.
The Kremlin last week announced that Putin, who was inaugurated on May 7, had cancelled a planned trip to the United States to meet with President Barack Obama and other leaders from Group of Eight (G8) nations.
He was too busy forming a new government, official statements said. Russian media have said Putin's decision not to make the US the first foreign country he visited after beginning a new term in office could mark a cooling of relations between Moscow and Washington. read more
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's deputy foreign minister said on Sunday that military action against Iran over its nuclear programwas being considered in some Western countries.
Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov was speaking to reporters on a plane on his way back from the G8 summit in Camp David, where the G8 leaders signaled their readiness to tap into emergency oil stockpiles quickly this summer if tougher new sanctions on Iran threatened to strain supplies.
(Iran rules presidency of 118 NAM Non Aligned Nations - September 2012)
|Wednesday, May 09, 2012 7:33 PM PDT|
|Putin pulls out of US summit, meeting with Obama|
Detroit News Wed, 09 May 2012 19:02 PM PDT
Washington — The White House says Russian President Vladimir Putinis skipping a planned visit to the United States this month for an economic summit and a much-anticipated meeting with President Barack Obama.
|President Putin to Travel to Urals|
Russian Information Agency Novosti Wed, 09 May 2012 18:23 PM PDT
Russian President Vladimir Putin will pay his first visit after inauguration to the city of Nizhny Tagil in the Sverdlovsk Region, Urals, the Kremlin reported.
|Russian president Putin pulls out of U.S. summit|
Peoria Journal Star Wed, 09 May 2012 18:16 PM PDT
Russian President Vladimir Putin is skipping a planned visit to the United States this month for an economic summit and a much-anticipated meeting with President Barack Obama, the White House announced Wednesday.
|Vladimir Putin skips G8 summit, sends Medvedev|
CBC.ca Wed, 09 May 2012 18:13 PM PDT
Russian President Vladimir Putin is skipping a planned visit to the U.S. for an economic summit this month, and will also miss a much-anticipated meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama.
|CORRECTION : Putin will skip G8 meeting, White House says Eds: Corrects G8 meeting dates in graf 1|
Europe Online Magazine Wed, 09 May 2012 17:20 PM PDT
Washington (dpa) - Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the Group of Eight meetings May 18-19 at President Barack Obamaâs mountain retreat outside Washington, the White House said Wednesday.Putin and Obama spoke via telephone, and the newly electedRussian leader said his responsibilities in finalizing his cabinet would keep him from attending the summit at Camp David, Maryland, the ...
|Putin not to Attend G8 Summit at Camp David|
Russian Information Agency Novosti Wed, 09 May 2012 17:07 PM PDT
Russian President Vladimir Putin has told his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama on the phone that he would not attend the G8 summit at Camp David, the White House said in a statement on Wednesday.