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Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev at FIDE Women’s World Championship

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visited the playing venue of the 2015 FIDE Women’s World Championship today.Before the start of the second game of the second round he had a short tea meeting with the Russian chess players.TheShow More Summary

The Russian Economy's Screwed, So Putin Is Taking a Pay Cut

This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed three new decrees into law that will slash government salaries—including his own and that of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev—by 10 percent starting on May 1 of this year. Show More Summary

Medvedev Warns Of "Unlimited Reaction" If Russia Cut From SWIFT

While nations around the world continue to de-dollarize, Russia signed into law its anti-crisis plan today (though details will not be released until tomorrow). Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, however, was quite vociferous in some of...Show More Summary

Citing Mental Illness, Russia Outlaws Driving for Transgender People, Amputees

As of Tuesday, January 6, it is now illegal for transgender and transsexual people to drive vehicles in Russia. The bill, originally signed by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on December 29, bans any person demonstrating "mental disorders" such as fetishism, exhibitionism, voyeurism, and pathological gambling from driving. Show More Summary

?Trans People Can’t Drive in Russia Anymore

On Monday, the Russian government announced that trans people, among others, would no longer be allowed to drive. The law, which is titled "On Road Safety," was signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on December 29 and is ostensibly...Show More Summary

Russia Sets Clear Agenda for Competitive Opportunity

  Russia’s renewed focus on the commercial shipbuilding industry was set as a key aim by Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev in his recent discussions on

Russia Makes Shipbuilding a Priority

Russia’s renewed focus on the commercial shipbuilding industry was set as a key aim by Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev in his recent discussions on the development of the sector through 2015.

Russian prime minister warns of 'deep recession' in 2015

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev warned on Tuesday that the country’s economy is at risk of sliding into “deep recession” next year. Medvedev, speaking at a United Russia party meeting, said the government will not back away from...Show More Summary

Medvedev Says Russia Could Slide Into Deep Recession: RIA

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's economy is at risk of entering a period of deep recession, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was quoted by RIA Novosti news agency as saying. (Reporting by Polina Devitt; Editing by Alison Williams) Join the conversation about this story »

There's A Problem With Russia's Foreign Currency Reserves

At a televised cabinet meeting today, Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev urged calm, suggesting that the country has enough money to weather the current economic storm. “All the economic and production goals that you have set yourselves, the country has the currency resources to achieve them,” he said. That's been Vladamir Putin's bet this year. Show More Summary

Claims about Russia

Sergei Guriev, a former ­adviser to Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and a former board member of Russia’s largest state bank, said: “If nothing changes, if sanctions aren’t removed and the price of oil does not go up, then in two years the Russian government will have a major problem — it will lack cash and […]

What would happen if Russia closed its airspace to Western airlines?

7 months agoNews : BlogPost

With new European Union sanctions looming over Russia, the country has announced that it considered blocking international flights through its airspace. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev referred to Western airlines in general, but in reality such restrictions would mainly hit European airlines which offer direct flights to Asia. Show More Summary

What would happen if Russia closed its airspace to Western airlines?

7 months agoNews : BlogPost

With new European Union sanctions looming over Russia, the country has announced that it considered blocking international flights through its airspace. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev referred to Western airlines in general, but in reality such restrictions would mainly hit European airlines which offer direct flights to Asia. Show More Summary

Russian PM: We're Not Scared Of Western Sanctions

Moscow (AFP) - Russia will retaliate against a new round of Western sanctions over Ukraine and may block flights through its airspace, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said in an interview published on Monday. Medvedev also suggested that...Show More Summary

Russia's PM Signals $40 Billion State Help For Rosneft Possible: Vedomosti

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that the state oil champion Rosneft, in need of funds to service its huge debt, may receive 1.5 trillion roubles ($40.6 billion) from state coffers over time, Vedomosti newspaper said on Monday. Show More Summary

Russian Prime Minister's Twitter Account Gets Hacked

Someone hacked the Twitter account of Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday, posting a series of fake messages including a resignation announcement. "I am resigning. I am ashamed of the actions of the government. Forgive me," read the first tweet, according to The Interpreter. Show More Summary

From Twitter With Hack: Russian PM’s Account Hijacked

"I'm resigning. I'm ashamed of the government's actions. Forgive me," a tweet via Russia's tech-loving Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's official Twitter account @MedvedevRussia said.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's Twitter Account Hacked

Earlier today, hackers briefly took control of the Russian prime minister's Twitter account. The group Anonymous International later claimed responsibility.

Russian PM's office denies spoof tweet saying he quits

8 months agoNews : The Newsroom

Hackers on Thursday broke into the Twitter account of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and posted a spoof message saying he was quitting. Medvedev is often the butt of jokes in Russia, with some people accusing him of being the puppet of President Vladimir Putin. Show More Summary

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