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Vladimir Putin took part in the APEC Business Advisory Council’s meeting The President of Russia, along with other participants in the APEC summit, took part in the APEC Business Advisory Council’s meeting. This was the leaders’ first general meeting at this summit. By tradition, APEC forum meetings take place behind closed doors. The APEC Business Advisory Council is the main platform for dialogue between governments and business in APEC. The Council’s membership is composed of three business leaders from each country. Russia is represented on the Council by Basic Element Chairman of Supervisory Board Oleg Deripaska, Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) CEO Kirill…
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Meeting with President of Indonesia Joko Widodo Vladimir Putin met with President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo. The two leaders discussed opportunities for developing bilateral economic cooperation. PRESIDENT OF RUSSIA VLADIMIR PUTIN: Colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, Mr President, it is a pleasure to meet with you personally, to congratulate you once more on your success in the elections and wish you all the very best in carrying out your important mission.  Russia and Indonesia have partnership relations. Our ties are based on longstanding friendship and have a rich history. We have a good political dialogue and our economies…
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U.S. and Republic of Korea to Hold "2+2" Ministerial Meeting October 24, 2014 Secretary of State Kerry and Secretary of Defense Hagel will hold a “2+2” meeting with their Republic of Korea (R.O.K) counterparts, Minister of Foreign Affairs Yun and Minister of National Defense Han, in Washington, D.C., October 24. They will discuss a wide range of issues, with the aim of further strengthening the U.S.-R.O.K alliance and advancing our bilateral partnership on regional and global affairs.   During President Obama’s April 2014 visit to Seoul, the United States and the R.O.K announced their intent to hold a 2+2 Ministerial…
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Guangdong stands ready for Ebola prevention Precautionary measures are being put in-place in Guangzhou and Shenzhen to stop the potential spread of the Ebola virus, which has killed thousands of people in West Africa this year. The two major cities of Guangdong Province are home to a relatively large population of Africans. As the 116th China Export Commodities Fair kicked off on Wednesday in Guangzhou, the city has started strict examination of all attendees. Anyone whose body temperature is above 37.5 degrees Celsius will be sent to the hospital for a further check-up. The provincial authorities have designated 27 high-level…
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Airborne reservists have been training for their rapid reaction role within 16 Air Assault Brigade. Black Jaguar is a no-nonsense training exercise run by Leeds based 4th Battalion The Parachute Regiment (4 PARA), the Para’s Army Reserve battalion. Last weekend, troops from the battalion’s different companies in Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Liverpool and Newcastle Upon Tyne converged on the rugged terrain of Otterburn in Northumbria to put their fighting skills to the test.   While the Para reservists conducted live firing training using machine-guns and mortars, the battlefield experience was made even more real with the support of a Chinook helicopter…
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Mr Hewish, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am delighted to be here and I would like to thank the Commonwealth Exchange for organising tonight’s event. For me, trade, business and opportunities for young people go right to the heart of what the Commonwealth is about. And it forms an essential part of maintaining the organisation’s relevance into the future. I think all of us in this room share a passion and admiration for the Commonwealth. For its strengths, its values and its potential. And all of you, sitting here tonight, represent an impressive, diverse range of interests. Parliamentarians, entrepreneurs, students.…
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The Environment Agency will hand over maintenance of the rivers Babingley, Ingol and Heacham to the King’s Lynn Internal Drainage Board. Changes to the future management of these rivers will benefit both parties and local communities. Landowners and the public were asked for their views in January 2014 and following a formal legal process the rivers Babingley, Ingol and Heacham have been formally reclassified from ‘Main River’ to ‘Ordinary Watercourse’. Localism Julie Foley, Area Manager for the Environment Agency, said: We are happy to work with the King’s Lynn Internal Drainage Board to provide an alternative solution for the maintenance…
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Japan’s contribution to international efforts to halt the Ebola outbreak "We must stop this outbreak any way we can. Japan is determined to put forth its best in the fight against the Ebola virus disease. [ ... ] I also pledge to extend additional assistance totaling $40 million in order to reinforce the measures already announced."(Remarks by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the United Nations High-level Meeting on the Response to the Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak, September 25, 2014) Working alongside the international community, Japan is making every effort in the fight against the Ebola virus, including the following actions:…
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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attended a nationwide gathering of representatives of SME associations held at a hotel in Tokyo. In his opening address, the Prime Minister made the following remarks, “I would like to offer my congratulations on this successful gathering of the representatives of the National Federation of Small Business Associations and the National Federation of Small Business Associations’ national convention. I am honored to have been invited to attend. Ever since the change in government, I have received the strong support and conviction of everyone here. This has enabled the Small Enterprises Revitalization Act to be passed last…
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Government allocates more than UAH 50 million to restore water supply in Donetsk region and UAH 10.5 million to restore housing in Sloviansk The Cabinet of Ministers has supported the proposal of the Ministry of Regional Development regarding the redistribution of a part of the reserve fund of the state budget in favor of restoring damaged during the fighting infrastructure in some areas of Donetsk region. Moreover, the Government has directed a subvention from the state budget to local budgets for the socio-economic development of certain areas, as provided in 2014 in Donetsk region, namely the restoration of water supply…
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