Bred in Canada, grown in Ukraine, imported to Russia
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Bred in Canada, grown in Ukraine, imported to Russia

Canadian-Ukrainian soybean seeds may appear in the Saratov region On June 20, 2019, the Office of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance of the Russian Federation in the Saratov region issued permission to…

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Lest we forget: By standing strong, the Soviet Union turned the tide in the Second World War

By Alexander Darchiev, Russia’s Ambassador to Canada From D-Day to the fall of the Italian capital of Rome to the Allies, June is rich with important anniversary dates around the Second World War. And yet…

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Canada on the recent JIT MH17 development
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Canada on the recent JIT MH17 development

Charges brought against three Russian citizens On June 19, 2019, Canadian Foreign Minister, Chrystia Freeland, issued a statement in support of the Dutch Public Prosecution Service’s indictments against three Russian citizens and one Ukrainian for…

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Immigration to Canada or relocation in Russia
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Immigration to Canada or relocation in Russia

A cry from a polluted town in the Kemerovo region As reported by RG.ru with a reference to the regional government, approximately 70 households of the Russian coal town of Kiselyovsk are promised a relocation…

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Canada and the Kosovo Crisis: Looking back, 20 years on

By Michael Manulak, assistant professor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University. The article first appeared on OpenCanada.orgIn the spring of 1999, as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) prepared to celebrate…

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Cold Silk Road

Source of publication: RUSSIA & the WORLD: sustainable development Opportunities provided by the Northern Sea RouteToday, it is the shortest route for transportation of goods between Europe and the Russian Far East, Japan, and China.…

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Russia and Canada may hold a conference on the Arctic in 2020
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Russia and Canada may hold a conference on the Arctic in 2020

By TASS OTTAWA, May 25. /TASS/. The Russian-Canadian Conference on Cooperation in the Arctic may be held in 2020, Member of the Federation Council Committee on Federal Structure, Regional Policy, Local Government and Northern Affairs…

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Canada’s stand on the issue of Crimean Tatars’ deportation
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Canada’s stand on the issue of Crimean Tatars’ deportation

Unity or diversity of thoughts? On May 18, 2019, Canadian Foreign Minister, Chrystia Freeland, issued a statement commemorating the anniversary of the 1944 deportation of Crimean Tatars from Crimea by Soviet authorities.In her statement, the…

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Freedom of the press in Canada
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Freedom of the press in Canada

Case of Russian media outlets On May 14, 2019, Global News and CBC published their investigations of Global Affairs Canada’s decision to deny accreditation to Sputnik, RT, Ruptly, RIA Novosti and TASS correspondents to cover the February 4th Lima Group…

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