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Visiting the first Russian bitcoin exchange office
 
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CoinFox journalists went to test the first Russian bitcoin-to ruble exchange office, newly opened in the centre of Moscow. They successfully completed the mission, proving that the system works. So far, you can only sell bitcoins there, but who knows. The exchange office is hidden in an unremarkable cubbyhole near the New Arbat Book Centre. It has no signboards, no pointers, and a random person would hardly notice this place. Though there is no official ban on bitcoins in Russia, the operator was reluctant to show his face on camera. http://www.coinfox.info/news/6217-anatomy-of-moscow-bitcoin-circulation-video Корреспонденты CoinFox посетили первый биткоин-обменник, открывшийся в Москве на Новом Арбате. Подробности читайте в нашем репортаже: http://www.coinfox.ru/novosti/6208-anatomiya-pervogo-moskovskogo-bitkoin-obmennika-video
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Moscow stock exchange, trading, analyst, file of Rosneft building
 
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SHOTLIST FILE - Moscow, 14 July 2006 1. Wide exterior of Rosneft building 2. Close-up of building 3. Mid shot of flags in front of building Moscow, 19 July 2006 4. Wide interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 5. People at computer desks 6. Man looking at screen 7. Close up of screen 8. Set up shot Head of MICEX, Aleksey Rybnikov 9. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Aleksey Rybnikov, Head of MICEX: "From the exchange's point of view, we're interested in the volume. That's the goal for the exchange, the liquidity, the pool of liquidity that we're able to concentrate here. Again, given the size of the IPO (Initial Public Offering), given the free floats of this company, and given the number of investors involved in the IPO, we really expect Rosneft to become one of the blue chips on the Russian security market." 10. Wide interior Russian Association of Managers 11. Economist from the Russian Association of Managers, Alexander Dynin, sitting down 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alexander Dynin, economist, Russian Association of Managers: "Well, at the moment it looks like a good investment. In the longer term, we'll see what will happen, but in the short term and medium term, it looks like an excellent investment." 13. Cutaway Dynin at computer 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Dynin, economist, Russian Association of Managers: "The performance of oil and gas companies is highly dependent on the price situation at the global markets. If oil and gas prices remain high, then the future of oil and gas companies such as Rosneft is of course bright. Should they fall for some reason, then we'll see." 15. Wide exterior of MDM Bank (Russian bank) 16. Wide interior of MDM with people at computers 17. People working at screens 18. Close up of screen 19. Close up of screen showing information on Rosneft shares STORYLINE: Rosneft shares got off to a tepid start in London on Wednesday proof, analysts said, that the state-controlled oil company had slapped too high a price on Russia's biggest and most controversial public offering. Official trading opened one day after Russian oil company OAO Yukos failed to convince a British judge that allowing the shares to trade would constitute the sale of stolen goods. Yukos' biggest fields were bought by Rosneft at a knock-down price after they were auctioned off against its 28 (b) billion US dollar back tax bill in 2004. Shares in Rosneft were trading at 7.54 US dollars on the London Stock Exchange, below the offer price of 7.55 US dollars. At that price, Russia's third largest oil producer is worth 79.8 (b) billion US dollars, more than OAO Lukoil, which is the nation's biggest oil producer and is unencumbered by Yukos' threats of a lifetime of litigation. Analysts say the only way Rosneft is worth that amount is if it can gather up the remaining assets of Yukos, whose fate hangs in the balance as creditors meet on Thursday to decide whether or not the company should be liquidated. "At the moment it looks like a good investment. In the longer term, we'll see what will happen," said economist Alexander Dynin, the First Deputy Executive Director at the Russian Association of Managers. The 10.4 (b) billion US dollars raised from the sale of 13 per cent of Rosneft's stock is nominally aimed paying down a loan the state took to cement control of natural gas monopoly OAO Gazprom. But observers say the main function of the sale is to put a respectable veneer on the state's drive to regain control of the oil industry, which began with the campaign against Yukos. And after a massive promotional campaign trumpeting the company's prospects and stability to Russian citizens, who bought about four per cent of what was on offer, analysts say the IPO cannot be allowed to fail. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f242d14c7e562ba4b3ab026d9f7b080d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia - Stock exchange
 
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T/I: 11:13:42 After plunging sharply at Thursday's (9/1) open, the Russian stock exchange shrugged off the latest health crisis facing President Boris Yeltsin. SHOWS: RUSSIA, 9/1 VS Thursday trading at Moscow commodities exchange; WS exterior building of Moscow commodities and raw material exchange; MS entrance, PAN to sign "Russian Exchange"; WS interior trading hall; MS brokers gathered around a table; CU broker playing solitaire on a computer; CU game on computer screen; MS two brokers talking; CU Maxim Belousov, director of the stock department of "Russian Exchange" brokerage house, SOT (Russian): "The situation is normal, okay, we have no panic at the stock exchange, either at this stock exchange or at other stock exchanges in Moscow, for example. We have no dropping of the stock. A running nose is not the same thing as dropping stock." More trading at commodity and raw materials exchange in moscow: MS brokers at work; Interview with head of research at investment banking house Deutsche Morgan Grenfell, James Nail, WS interior Moscow office of Deutsche Morgan Grenfell, James Nail speaking on phone; CA phone; CU James Nail; SOT Nail (English): "There was a slight reaction to his [the president's] illness, some investors began to lose a little bit of confidence yesterday evening, when the news first came out but I think it's just an interruption--that the boom lost a bit of its stride, but by and large we're still looking at a very good 1997, and I think that the investors generally feel Yeltsin is going to be around as president, and this is a minor illness, and it's confirmed by all the statements that everyone is making."; MS man working in the office 2.00 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/18c636710e9f8dce5fb4058bd697bdfb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Frankfurt stock exchange opens ADDS opening of MICEX exchanges
 
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SHOTLIST Moscow, Russia 1. Interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) trading floor 2. Traders 3. Television screen 4. Trader at desk 5. Wall mounted with clocks showing different time zones 6. Set up shot of public relations director of the MICEX, Alexei Gerasyuk 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexei Gerasyuk, Public Relations Director of MICEX: "Some of our clients had some problems finishing their REPO (repurchase agreement) operations. Now I hope today they will finish them. It is the first and the main target for this situation right now. After that we will have some negotiations with the Federal Service for Financial Markets, and I hope soon, maybe not today, maybe tomorrow, maybe on Monday, we will start our main regime of the trades." 8. Moscow street 9. Currency exchange office sign, people walking by 10. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Anna, Moscow resident: "First of all I think it is incorrect to compare the current situation with what happened in 1998, this is not a default. And it has already had an effect, I know what is happening on our stock market now. I have some savings in the bank and I am worried. I have to decide today whether to take them out or not." 11. Wide of street 12. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Nikolay, Moscow resident: "The economy is not developing. We had an incredible 'carte blanche' - the high oil price. But the economy was not developing. We've become hooked on oil, like it's a drug. Until we learn to do something ourselves and cure our oil addiction, we will keep having these crises." Frankfurt, Germany 14. Wide interior of Frankfurt Stock Exchange 15. Various of traders by computers 16. Trading board 17. SOUNDBITE: (German) Oliver Roth, Director Equities Trading, Close Brothers Seydler AG: "To me that is a normal procedure. The problem lies in the fact that at the moment the banks do not trust each other and are also not prepared to lend each other money and therefore the ECB (European Central Bank) steps in. In such phases of the world economy certainly a completely normal process for the ECB to help the banks a little more often and with a little bit more liquidity." 18. Traders 19. Wide of trading board STORYLINE Trading on Russian exchanges will not fully resume until Friday, as the government tried to stem a steep fall in share prices and restore confidence in the economy. ITAR-Tass and Interfax quoted Russian Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin also as saying that Russia's three largest banks will be getting an extra 60 (b) billion rubles (2.36 billion US dollars) to help bolster the financial markets. The move comes a day after financial regulators halted trading on Russia's MICEX and RTS exchanges as Russian stocks plummeted to their lowest point in nearly three years. MICEX opened for limited trading on Thursday, but RTS remained closed. In a statement, MICEX officials called the situation in Russian markets "extraordinary." Alexei Gerasyuk, the Public Relations Director of MICEX, said that the main problem for clients was finishing off their repurchase agreements to lenders. "Some of our clients had some problems finishing their REPO (repurchase agreement) operations. Now I hope today they will finish them. It is the first and the main target for this situation right now," Gerasyuk said. The Kremlin has struggled to restore confidence in the banking system with a wave of emergency loans, fearing a repeat of the 1998 economic crisis, which saw the ruble devalued, default on the country's sovereign debt, and widespread bank foreclosures. Some Moscow residents were contemplating whether to withdraw their savings from banks or not. "I think it is incorrect to compare the current situation with what happened in 1998, this is not a default," added Anna. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/38c6ebf9eb67996b319a35c0a70d2250 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Обмен валюты в Суссе 2018| SOULA SHOPING CENTER  обменник
 
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Exchange at HSE: READY, Steady, Go!, May 7, 2018
 
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Dear international exchange students, welcome to SIMO channel! To help you better prepare for you exchange experience at Higher School of Economics, Moscow we are launching a series of webinars 'Exchange at HSE: Ready, Steady, Go!' During the first webinar we discussed: - how to get a Russian visa, - when to buy airplane tickets, - how to request a dormitory, - what kind of student support is available at HSE. Any comments and suggestions are greatly appreciated. Yours, SIMO-Student International Mobility Office National Research University Higher School of Economics
WRAP Frankfurt stock exchange opens, opening of MICEX exchanges ADDS Paris
 
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SHOTLIST Moscow, Russia 1. Interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) trading floor 2. Traders 3. Television screen 4. Trader at desk 5. Wall mounted with clocks showing different time zones 6. Set up shot of public relations director of the MICEX, Alexei Gerasyuk 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexei Gerasyuk, Public Relations Director of MICEX: "Some of our clients had some problems finishing their REPO (repurchase agreement) operations. Now I hope today they will finish them. It is the first and the main target for this situation right now. After that we will have some negotiations with the Federal Service for Financial Markets, and I hope soon, maybe not today, maybe tomorrow, maybe on Monday, we will start our main regime of the trades." 8. Moscow street 9. Currency exchange office sign, people walking by 10. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Anna, Moscow resident: "First of all I think it is incorrect to compare the current situation with what happened in 1998, this is not a default. And it has already had an effect, I know what is happening on our stock market now. I have some savings in the bank and I am worried. I have to decide today whether to take them out or not." 11. Wide of street 12. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Nikolay, Moscow resident: "The economy is not developing. We had an incredible 'carte blanche' - the high oil price. But the economy was not developing. We've become hooked on oil, like it's a drug. Until we learn to do something ourselves and cure our oil addiction, we will keep having these crises." 13. Wide of street Frankfurt, Germany 14. Wide interior of Frankfurt Stock Exchange 15. Various of traders by computers 16. Trading board 17. SOUNDBITE: (German) Oliver Roth, Director Equities Trading, Close Brothers Seydler AG: "To me that is a normal procedure. The problem lies in the fact that at the moment the banks do not trust each other and are also not prepared to lend each other money and therefore the ECB (European Central Bank) steps in. In such phases of the world economy certainly a completely normal process for the ECB to help the banks a little more often and with a little bit more liquidity." 18. Traders 19. Wide of trading board Paris, France 20. Various interior shots of brokerage firm, Richelieu Finance 21. Set-up shot of broker Alexandre Iatrides 22. SOUNDBITE: (French) Alexandre Iatrides, broker at Richelieu Finance: "In the French financial sector, it is true that in France we are spared a little because the main French banks like BNP and Societe Generale have a solid base trust deposit. In this crisis, it's really banks which have important trust deposits that can be spared because we are facing a problem of general refinancing. Banks aren't able to refinance themselves. HBOS's issue was a refinancing problem, with no sufficient trust deposit. For the moment in France, we are amongst the winners, relatively speaking." 23. Various of screens showing CAC trading STORYLINE Trading on Russian exchanges will not fully resume until Friday, as the government tried to stem a steep fall in share prices and restore confidence in the economy. ITAR-Tass and Interfax quoted Russian Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin making the announcement on Thursday, and as saying that Russia's three largest banks will be getting an extra 60 (b) billion rubles (2.36 billion US dollars) to help bolster the financial markets. The move comes a day after financial regulators halted trading on Russia's MICEX and RTS exchanges as Russian stocks plummeted to their lowest point in nearly three years. MICEX opened for limited trading on Thursday, but RTS remained closed. In a statement, MICEX officials called the situation in Russian markets "extraordinary." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1abff521807eec6b40dd742699669f35 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The St Petersburg City Telephone Exchange: 1904 -1905
 
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Дореволюционная Россия на фотографиях Петербургская городская телефонная станция Морская, 22 1904 -1905 Pre-revolutionary Russia in photographs The St.Petersburg City Telephone Station Marine, 22 1904 -1905 "Wals" - The Russian Balalaika Orchestra. "Bolshaya Morkaya, 22," or simply "Morskaya, 22" meaning Marine Street lies almost half way between Nevsky Prospekt and The Hotel Astoria in Historic heart of St. Petersburg. The site of No.22 has an interesting history. It has been the home of a singer and musician, State Councillor, Governor, Chief of Police and a telephone exchange. The building was reconstructed several times, to reflect the needs of the various owners. The Telephone Exchange at Marine 22, was launched in 1905 and operated until 1950. Today, the building still houses its "telephone" heritage. Where once there were huge cabinets with countless bundles of wires, rows of telephone operators in long rows, now houses offices of "Rostelecom", the Internet, Cable TV and Telephone Service Co.
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German DAX down in early trade, Paris trading, Moscow halted
 
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SHOTLIST Frankfurt 1. Wide of Frankfurt stock exchange trading room 2. Close-up DAX logo on main board 3. Mid of traders working at desks 4. Close-up of two female traders working at desks 5. Close-up of board showing movement and date on main board 6. Wide of main board 7. Close-up of graph 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Dirk Mueller, trader for MWB Fair Trade: "The mood is very tense, and everyone has only had a few hours of sleep tonight. We have a finance crisis and a world crisis twenty-four hours a day, with only a few hours of sleep in between, so everyone is in tension at the moment." Paris 9. Mid of traders at the Richelieu Finance office 10. Close-up of computer screen showing the CAC-40 index lost 8.18% on Wednesday morning 11. Various of traders at desk looking at computer 12. Computer graph showing the fall of the CAC-40 index at the opening of the French stock exchange on Wednesday morning 13. SOUNDBITE (French) Nathalie Pelras, head of Asset Management, Richelieu Finance: "There is general panic today because some markets have lost up to 8%, including Paris. This reflects the variations we've seen recently, especially in Asia overnight. Yesterday the American market lost 5% so I think we are completely in a crisis of confidence. Whatever the measures that are being announced, whatever the rescue plans, I would say that the more these plans are important and frequent, the more it feeds the spiral of pessimism because people say 'if there are so many plans, the situation must be really bad' and that is what brings the markets down." 14. Traders working at desk 15. Close-up of computer screen showing trading of the CAC-40 16. Close-up trader looking at figures 17. SOUNDBITE (French) Nathalie Pelras, head of Asset Management, Richelieu Finance: "The irony is that all the rescue plans that are being announced are there to correct the mistakes from the past. Today these are not plans for economic revival. They are plans for corrections because we don't really know all the risks coming from the financial and industrial stocks." 18. Pan right to Pelras talking on the phone ++NEW (FIRST RUN 1030 NEWS UPDATE - 8 OCTOBER 2008) Moscow 19. Wide of Moscow street 20. Mid of Europe monument 21. Wide of MICEX exterior 22. Mid of sign reading (Russian and English) "Interbank Currency Exchange" 23. Wide of trading floor 24. Various of traders at desks 25. Close-up of MICEX logo 26. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "There are certain rules that regulate the functions of the stock exchange. In accordance with this rule if the technical index of MICEX drops by more than ten percent we are obliged to stop trading until the end of the next trading day or until a corresponding decision is made by the regulating agency." 27. Wide pan of trading floor STORYLINE: European markets tumbled in early trading on Wednesday amid ongoing fears about the state of credit markets despite the British government's 50 (b) billion pound (87.5 (b) billion US dollar) rescue package for the banking system. The results seemed to be in line with similar falls in Asia, where Japan's Nikkei suffered its worst day since the 1987 stock market crash. A meltdown in confidence strangled Asian stock markets on accelerating fears that the widening financial crisis could spawn a global recession. Across Europe, banking stocks were among the biggest losers with Credit Suisse AG, BNP Paribas SA and Societe Generale some of the worst hit. By mid-morning London time, Germany's DAX was down 323.99, or 6.1 percent, at 5,002.64. Dirk Mueller, trader for MWB Fair Trade said the mood was very tense, and traders were getting little sleep because of what he described as a 24 hour world financial crisis. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/67acc68f3c14c18f44d7ef5ae877fe39 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia: Putin explains rouble exchange rate to 11-year-old boy on Sochi visit
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin explained the rouble exchange rate to one of the students of the Sirius Educational Centre for gifted children during a visit to the institute in Sochi, Tuesday. The eleven-year old boy named Denis asked the Russian leader what happened to the Russian currency and why goods were relatively more expensive, with Putin replying that exports becoming cheaper is good for the Russian economy. Video ID: 20150901-108 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Russia: Putin honours Russian gold medalist Olympians at the Kremlin
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted a special reception at the Alexandar Hall in the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow, Thursday, to honour Russia's gold medal-winning Olympians. Putin described them as "real fighters" who "coped with all the difficulties, competed as a united team and proved that victory comes not just through numbers." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "We know how difficult it has been for our athletes in Rio, on the eve of the competition the team was decreased by almost a third. It was deprived of the opportunity to show themselves in sports where Russia has traditionally been recognised as one of the favourites, but our team, you, my dear friends, have coped with all the difficulties, competed as a united team and proved that victory comes not just through numbers, though in this case the number was important, but by perhaps something more important - skill. As real fighters you have not drifted or broken, but fought and won." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "The decision on the ban of our Paralympians is not right, not moral and not humane. It is just cynical to take it out on those for whom sport has become the meaning in life, those who give by their example, hope and faith to a million people with disabilities. I even feel sorry for those who make such decisions, because they may not understand that it is humiliating for themselves." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "I want to say to our Paralympians that of course we will support you and organise a special event where you will be able to show all your skills. And the prize for the winners will be the same as it would have been on the outcome of the Paralympic Games." Video ID: 20160825-039 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Russia - Update on economy situation
 
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T/I: 10:25:37 Russia's financial crisis continues to hit the pockets of ordinary Russians. Trading on the Moscow Currency Exchange opened with a rate of 20.66 roubles to the dollar - down nearly 18 per cent. Queues formed outside Moscow exchange offices as Muscovites tried to convert their increasingly valueless roubles into hard currency. In a separate development, rumours swirled around Moscow of the resignation of Central Bank chairman Sergei Dubinin. SHOWS: RUSSIA 07/09 WS street scene, Pan prices on a board, People queuing outside store, VS stalls and people buying food; Pensioner Vera Fyodorovna saying "This government should be out. They've robbed the whole country." (Russian) CU coins being handed over, Old women shopping; VS people counting piles of money, buying cigarettes, Exterior cigarette stall; Old woman begging; WS exterior stock exchange building; Interior stock exchange, VS people at computers and on the phone; SOT MICEX (Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange) Deputy General Director Sergei Mamontov talking about the restart of trade as MICEX as noted (Russian) Trade was declared null and void due to an imbalance in demand for dollars and their supply. 20/08/98 WS press conference, CU Chairman of the Russian Central Bank Sergie Dubinin, WS presser. 2.34 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/57a8debb814a3837c61845901ffe8254 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia - Update on Moscow crisis
 
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T/I: 10:53:11 Prices for goods continued to rise Tuesday, while Moscow's interbank currency exchange again failed to provide a formal rouble rate against the US dollar. But queues remained outside street exchange offices where the price of a US dollar averaged 20 roubles - it was 6.2 before the current crisis began. The latest commodity to be hit by the rouble plunge is petrol, with prices in the Moscow region rising by between 15 and 40 per cent. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 8/9 ws long queue outside exchange office; cu dollar rate; ms queue; SOT man in queue in Russian: "Of course if they choose someone (as PM), things will change, stabilise." SOT woman in queue in Russian: "I think that nothing will change in our country for a long time.' cu old woman in queue; ws Porsche reverses in front of queue; ms queue at bread kiosk; cu bread, prices; cu hands, coins; SOT American working for pizza delivery firm in Moscow: "We have a catering company here. We've been operating for three years. Business is going quite smoothly. Right now, the problem we're experiencing is the drastic jump in the exchange rate...and we're having trouble keeping up with that jump in the exchange rate. There's no way that we can have today, let's say, a rate of 20 to 1 when at the end of the day the rate becomes 23 to 1. Prices of the suppliers have been going up. No one wants to sell to us on a bank transfer basis. Everybody wants to deal in cash. A lot of suppliers want to deal only in dollars. So that's also giving us a lot of pressure." ws petrol station; ms driver filling up with petrol; cu nozzle; ms man filling canister with petrol. 2.06 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/823aceab79b2c5861a7c5f95e27819e9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia - Currency Exchange Shootout Hostage Held
 
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One policeman and at least one armed robber have been killed following a shootout at a currency exchange office in central Moscow, near Gorky Park on Thursday (19/5). Three armed persons burst into an exchange office around 1:30 PM local time and barricaded themselves inside after police arrived. The armed men demanded one-million US dollars and held several women hostages inside a ground floor grocery store. Following several hours of a tense standoff, police opened fire on the building with tear gas and gunfire. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 19/5 00:00 window of currency building shattered by bullets from inside as apc arrives and soldier fired into building 00:42 OMON special interior ministry marksmen storm building 00:50 woman hostage being carried from building to ambulance 01:00 suspect being dragged from building and along ground 01:12 firemen at scene and smoke bellowing from window 01:20 firemen entering building 01:24 zoom to suspect's blood stained gun 01:27 mcu blood stained gun 01:30 ends You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f06ce48c7c5430306ab714e276c0dba9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Exchange at HSE  Ready, STEADY, Go! May 30, 2018
 
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Dear international exchange students, welcome to SIMO channel! To help you better prepare for you exchange experience at Higher School of Economics, Moscow we are launching a series of webinars 'Exchange at HSE: Ready, Steady, Go!' During the second webinar we discussed: - how to search for courses; - how to build up your preliminary course list; - how enrollment for courses works, etc. Any comments and suggestions are greatly appreciated. Yours, SIMO-Student International Mobility Office National Research University Higher School of Economics
Locals and analyst comment on financial uncertainties
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide of Moscow street 2. Tilt down ticker tape screen outside RTS exchange 3. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Sergey Timofeev, Moscow citizen: "I trust the bank where I keep my deposits." Q: Do you trust the government, which is saying there's no need to worry? I have an ambivalent feeling about this. Because they told us not to worry in 1998 too." 4. Man sitting at a bus stop 5. Newspaper 6. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Voxpop: Viktor, pensioner: "Having this gang of pseudo-politicians and non-professionals (in the government) the markets will certainly fall and it will hit the common people. The upper classes will gain from it, they will become even richer and will buy more at Courchevel (famous French ski resort) and everything will belong to them." 7. People walking down the street 8. Red Star Asset Management office 9. Set up shot James Fenkner, Managing Partner, Red Star Asset Management 10. Computer screen 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) James Fenkner, Red Star Asset Management: "The average Russian person hasn't really seen much out of this crisis. It's been very much isolated in the finance industry and very much isolated amongst, say what's referred to inner industry as a high net worth, very wealthy Russians - they were affected in this. But the average Russian I think has been relatively unaffected." 12. Computer screen 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) James Fenkner, Red Star Asset Management: "They (the Russian government) are doing exactly the right thing. The difference between Russia and, say, the U.S. is that in this case Russia has a lot of money to do this, they don't need to borrow to support the market, so if they solve this liquidity problem the market does quite well." 14. Wide of street STORYLINE: Russian stock exchanges halted trading on Friday after stocks shot higher, rebounding off a two-day closure amid a financial crisis as the government rushed through emergency measures that included more money for banks and purchases of shares to stem plunging prices. Exchanges suspended trading for a second time in just several hours of trading Friday after shares rose too sharply. Trading was to resume later in the day. In a volatile morning, the benchmark RTS and MICEX saw shares surge by 20 percent and 26.3 percent. The surge came after the government stepped in to stimulate the shattered stock markets and shore up confidence in the troubled banking sector. The Moscow citizens polled in the street said, however, they still feared the repeat of 1998 financial crisis despite assurances from the government. "Having this gang of pseudo-politicians and non-professionals (in the government) the markets will certainly fall and it will hit the common people," said Viktor, a Moscow pensioner. Investors suffered huge losses on the Russian stock market, but analysts say common Russians were almost not influenced by the crisis. "It's been very much isolated in the finance industry and very much isolated amongst, say what's referred to inner industry as a high net worth, very wealthy Russians - they were affected in this," said James Fenkner of Red Star Asset Management. Fenker believes the Russian government was doing the right thing. "The difference between Russia and, say, the U.S. is that in this case Russia has a lot of money to do this, they don't need to borrow to support the market, so if they solve this liquidity problem the market does quite well." The dollar-denominated RTS halted trading for a second time Friday after suspending trade in several stocks - including Lukoil, which jumped by nearly 20 percent. Shares in state-controlled bank VTB and state-controlled oil company Rosneft jumped by 60 percent and 45 percent, respectively, on MICEX before trading was suspended. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bbf38ed7e0cce398774450eca6ac85f9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Moscow offices turn into fun houses
 
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A home away from home. Russian companies are turning the office into a place you'll never want to leave.
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Russia - Currency Exchange Shootout Hostage Held
 
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One policeman and at least one armed robber have been killed following a shootout at a currency exchange office in central Moscow, near Gorky Park on Thursday (19/5). Three armed persons burst into an exchange office around 1:30 PM local time and barricaded themselves inside after police arrived. The armed men demanded one-million US dollars and held several women hostages inside a ground floor grocery store. Following several hours of a tense standoff, police opened fire on the building with tear gas and gunfire. SHOWS: 19/5 MOSCOW Omon riot police at scene of hostage-taking sound of gunfire, and window shatters armed police close in, and armoured vehicle approaches up to building riot police on carrier smashing through windows carrier reverses, pulling out window frames, and riot police enter building policeman carries woman out of building to ambulance hostage taker dragged away by police handcuffed hostage taker marched away police pointing guns at building smoke billowing out of window captured weapons 2.30 ends You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fbe1398471dd1ec36e8b6bddb843b749 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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VIRAL: Fight between Russian guard and US diplomat (CIA spy) outside of the US Embassy in Moscow
 
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Source Ruptly https://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV Russia Insider website https://www.russia-insider.com/en US diplomatic officer tried to get into embassy, he put on cap hiding the half of his face and didn't show his pass and Russian guard thought he was a bad guy. Footage emerged on Thursday which shows a Russian security guard tackling to the ground an American diplomat and alleged CIA spy outside the US Embassy in Moscow. Russian television has broadcast video footage of what it said was a Russian police officer and a US diplomat wrestling on the steps of the US embassy in Moscow. Reports of the incident had emerged late last month. The Washington Post newspaper, citing US diplomats, said an embassy employee had been attacked on 6 June by the police officer. Russian officials said the diplomat had attacked the policeman. The nighttime footage, from what appeared to be a closed circuit television camera across the street from a side entrance into the embassy compound, shows a yellow taxi pulling up and a man jumping out of the front passenger door. He moves purposefully towards the entrance, but after he has taken about three steps the door of a police sentry box in front of the entrance swings upon. A man in police uniform then darts out, grabs the man, and wrestles him to the floor about two metres (yards) from the door leading into the embassy building, according to the footage which was broadcast by the NTV station. The footage then shows the police officer lying on top of the other man, who is on his back, pinning him to the floor. The man manages to wriggle his way towards the door and get it open, at which point the footage ends. The US embassy did not immediately respond to a request for comment. A Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman said the police officer had wanted to check the man’s documents to establish he was not a threat to embassy security, but was elbowed in the face when he tried to challenge him. She said the embassy employee was a CIA agent operating under diplomatic cover. The United States has accused Russia of a campaign of harassment against its diplomats in Moscow, while Russia has accused Washington of meting out similar treatment to Russian diplomats based in the United States.
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Russia MICEX Stock Market Index (Review)
 
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Russia's two leading exchange floors briefly suspend trading, Citibank
 
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1. Wide of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) exterior 2. Mid of MICEX logo and clocks on the wall in the trading hall 3. Mid pan of traders behind a glass wall 4. Wide of trading hall 5. Wide of Russian Trade System (RTS) exterior 6. Close up of screen showing market data 7. Wide of Citibank exterior 8. Close up of sign 9. Wide of Alfa Bank traders 10. Mid of trader 11. Set up of Ronald Smith, Alfa-Bank chief strategist 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Ronald Smith, chief strategist, Alfa-Bank: "This is just due to whole.. not just a single case. All Russian steel companies and electricity companies are now announcing cuts, oil and gas companies are." 13. Wide of people entering Citibank 14. Mid of Citibank logo behind a glass door tilt down to woman at cash machine 15. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Lyubov Viktorovna (50), Moscow resident: "We are afraid (that something happens to our bank deposit), to tell the truth. Because in our country everything is possible. Today the president can announce that he guarantees our bank deposits and tomorrow we'll have a crisis." 16. Wide of people walking 17. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Mikhail (23), Moscow resident: "To be honest I don't trust (Russian banks) very much. Even the best bank can turn bankrupt, so sooner or later... it's only a question of time." 18. Wide of street STORYLINE: Russia's two leading exchange floors, the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) and the Russian Trade System (RTS) suspended trading for an hour on Tuesday, as share prices fell more than five per cent from Monday's closing levels. The sharp drop came a day after global financial firms announced another round of massive layoffs, adding to gloom about the world economy. Citigroup Inc. said it would be making nearly 53-thousand layoffs in the coming quarters amid massive losses from deteriorating debt tied to bad mortgages. HSBC Holdings PLC, Europe's largest bank by market value, said it plans to cut 500 jobs in Asia due to the global economic slump. News of the layoffs also triggered falls on Asian markets on Tuesday. The Moscow office of Citibank refused to comment whether mass job cuts would affect its branch. Alfa-Bank chief strategist Ronald Smith said Citibank is not the only organisation looking to shrink its workforce. He said Russian companies in the steel, electricity, oil and gas sectors are also announcing cuts. Meanwhile, as the global financial crisis worsens, many Russians are frightened that their bank deposits are not safe. Some people say they don't trust the government guarantees on their savings. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/53948bf2477c8116a0fedce57292cf93 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia: New-generation T-5000 sniper rifle tested in Moscow Region
 
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Footage released on Monday shows the testing of a highly innovative T-5000 sniper rifle dubbed 'Tochnost' ('Precision'), at Klimovsk's Central Scientific - Research Institute for Precision Machine Engineering (TSNIITOCHMASH), Moscow Region. SOT, Alexei Schyokin, Head of Department of Central Scientific - Research Institute for Precision Machine Engineering (TSNIITOCHMASH) (Russian): "These complexes were made on the T-5000 rifle's base and were modernised so that they could be used in the rough military conditions that correspond to our military standards, which sometimes require working in the harshest conditions." SOT, Alexei Schyokin, Head of Department of Central Scientific - Research Institute for Precision Machine Engineering (TSNIITOCHMASH) (Russian): "The complexes were designed to meet technical tasks of our Special Forces as well as for anti-terrorist and security activities." Video ID: 20170605 044 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Russian ruble at record low against US dollar
 
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(20 Jan 2016) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - 20 January 2015 1. People walking along Moscow street past shops 2. Mid of pedestrians 3. Screens of currency exchange offices showing exchange rates 4. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexander Varlamov, Teacher and Moscow resident: "The Russian Central Bank will have a session soon. I think that the interest rate should be increased because this currency (meaning ruble) is worth nothing." 5. People walking past shops 6. People inside a bank seen behind the window 7. Currency exchange rates on a screen 8. Jewellery store exterior 9. Women inside jewellery store 10. Close-up of hands holding a ring 11. Close-up of jewellery in display case 12. Women walking along pavement 13. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Auren Khabichev, Moscow resident: "A human can survive in any circumstances, without regard to the ruble rate, I think. If it's bad we will remember the nineties and will live as we used to in the nineties. We survived those times, we know what it is. It was scary and there was not much food but we survived." 14. Pedestrians 15. Wide of street STORYLINE: The Russian ruble slid to a record low against the US dollar on Wednesday under pressure from the low oil price. The ruble traded above 80.6 to the US dollar in Moscow on Wednesday, down by more than two percent. That beat the mark of 80.1 set when the currency crashed in value in December 2014 before stabilising. Russia's economy and government revenues are suffering due to the country's dependence on oil, which has traded at 12-year lows in recent weeks because of a supply glut and the return of Iran to world markets. The ruble had come close to 80 on Monday but recovered ground on Tuesday after Chinese growth data met expectations. The Internatonal Monetary Fund predicted on Tuesday that Russia's economy would contract by one percent in 2016 after a fall of 3.7 percent last year, before returning to one percent growth next year. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: [email protected] (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7df4f835cff05942291684714bb96da3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Foreign Office. Episode 4
 
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This episode is dedicated to an exchange program between Russian law students and the University of Iowa College of Law. How was the return of Crimea to Russia viewed through an American student’s eyes. What did American scholars write about Soviet law in 1959? How can Russian students get an advance law degree in America now? Host – Alexander Domrin.
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Russian stocks drop, trading halted
 
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Wide of MICEX exterior 1. Close up of entrance 2. Wide pan of trading floor 3. Close up of trader 4. Wide of trading traders behind a glass wall 5. Wide skyscrapers in Moscow's business centre 6. Tilt of building 7. Wide of Renaissance Capital investment bank office 8. Various of bankers at desks 9. Set-up shot of Tom Mundy, Equity strategist for Renaissance Capital 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Mundy, Equity strategist for Renaissance Capital: "So if Russian investors are seeing the oil price down around forty dollars, fifty dollars - well that affects the equity market, and in real terms, it definitely affects GDP growth. Now, if we see GDP growth going down to around five and a half percent, as the finance minister suggested over the weekend, that will trim the expectations for the Russian economy, and the power of the Russian consumer. And i think that's a very real, and significant impact from the credit crunch." 11. Pan of office 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Mundy, Equity strategist for Renaissance Capital: "Many domestic players in the Russian players in the Russian market are viewing this week as a crunch week. There's a lot of news flow-out. Not just have we got the rhetorical support from the G-7 and from the European leaders, we now have to see that actually implemented. We have a lot of the US bank results coming out this week - JP Morgan, Citigroup - are the big names. So investors will be keeping an eye on news flow as well as economic data, its course is extremely important. So any indications of an easing of economic growth of further troubles for the US housing market will be digested in Russia as (inaudible) being very important." 13. Various of office 14. Wide of street 15. People walking 16. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Mikhail Pavlovich, pensioner: "I don't have any savings, but I think it will be very difficult for Russia too, not to mention Europe, it will be very difficult for Russia. We live now quite far from the peak (of the crisis), but I think it will get worse." 17. Mid of men talking 18. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop, Svetlana, shop assistant: "Money is being spent much quicker now. You go shopping, bring your purchases home and then you see that you have bought just a few things, almost nothing - and the money is gone." 19. Wide of people walking past currency exchange offices STORYLINE: Russian stocks dropped on Monday on declining world oil prices and new struggles for control of the world's largest nickel miner, prompting regulators to suspend trading on one of the country's two exchanges. The ruble-denominated MICEX was down 5 percent when trading was halted just after 3 p.m. (1100 GMT). The other exchange, the RTS, was down 6 percent. Trading had resumed on Monday for the first time since regulators halted operations on Friday after a seesaw week. Tom Mundy, equity strategist for the investment bank Renaissance Capital, said the market was reacting Monday to oil prices, which hovered 80 US dollars a barrel Monday. MICEX opened with lofty gains initially on speculation that the government might have started buying stocks following, implementing a plan announced last week by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to spend billions of rubles on stocks. The Federation Council on Monday approved an anti-crisis package, that includes increasing deposit insurance for private bank accounts and authorising the Central Bank to provide unsecured loans to banks. Putin called Monday for quicker implementation of the measures. The turmoil, along with Russia's war in August with Georgia and plummeting commodity prices, have helped make Russian markets among the world's worst-performing. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3944c5df1428eac1961906e5d6ea494a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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LIVE: Putin delivers annual Q&A in Moscow - ORIGINAL
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin is due to hold the 14th annual ‘Direct Line’ Q&A session in Moscow on Thursday, April 14. During the session, Putin will take questions from Russian residents from across the country. Those wanting to ask Putin a question will have an opportunity to contact the president via Facebook and local social networks, as well as by SMS, MMS and telephone. Putin's ‘Direct Line’ has become a well-established tradition throughout the years of his presidency since 2001. The event generally focuses on domestic affairs, with Putin reporting on government’s achievements while recognising existing issues. Putin’s answers also touch upon Russia’s international position. The 13th edition of the event in 2015 lasted for 3 hours and 57 minutes, with the Russian president answering 74 questions out of the more than three million received.
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Kyrgyzstan Considers Capital Controls: National bank may close currency exchange offices
 
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The Kyrgyzstan National Bank announced on Thursday that it is considering the closure of private exchange offices, because of what it described as a 'speculative attack on the national currency'. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Russia says Savchenko exchange deal was not linked to Minsk accords
 
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The handover of Nadiya Savchenko in return for two Russian prisoners who were flown back to Moscow was cast as a humanitarian gesture by Vladimir Putin. Moscow has strongly rejected any suggestion that the exchange was connected to the Minsk agreements. One of the key terms struck in the Belarusian capital was the release of all hostages and other illegally detained people. "It’s a myth, which is being spread for unclear reasons, that the Savchenko case and the exchange of the Ukrainian citi… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/05/26/russia-says-savchenko-exchange-deal-was-not-linked-to-minsk-accords What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
Russia - Financial crisis reaching its peak
 
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T/I: 11:01:25 Russia's central bank suspended all rouble foreign exchange trade on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) on Thursday (28/08), after opening trade showed the currency headed for a sharp drop. Trade across the country was sparse with banks and exchange booths on the street equally unwilling to part with dollars and other hard currency. There was panic when customers discovered they were no longer able to take money out of their bank accounts. Political analysts and Russian newspapers say it's only a matter of time before President Boris Yeltsin is forced to quit in the face of the economic meltdown which has undermined one of the few achievements of his reign: a stable currency and prices. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 27/08 PAN street scene, Incombank Bank, People queuing in bank; VOX POPS in russian, two women: "We want to get our money back. They are not giving that to us. Neither roubles nor dollars. Nothing."; VOX POP of man in russian: "The situation is unpredictable. It will be better to keep it (money) at home rather than wait for an unknown time to get it back."; Woman trying to get money out of automatic cash dispenser, Sign machine saying no cash, People outside money changer; Vs newspaper headlines, Russian television news (NTV) headlines regarding rouble crisis, the voice over is saying in Russian that from today all trading at the interbank currency exchange has been suspended. The Central Bank of Russia has made this decision because of a considerable disbalance between supply and demand. The three-member commission will announce anti-crisis measures. Tonight the President may meet with the executive Prime Minister; WS exterior of TSB-Rastro company, office, Men in office; SOT Sergei Veselov, senior trader at TsB-Rastro, in Russian: "At the present moment, an official determination of the rouble exchange rate is impossible. I think the Central Bank will create an artificial exchange rate for import companies and other businesses connected with hard currency. At the market the exchange rate will be formed between supply and demand on the black market."; WS exterior building. 2.12 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fec46a14bcc669c5333299d88f1912e3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tehran & Moscow to establish Iran-Russia bank
 
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It is an idea that aims at multiplying trade exchange between Iran and Russia and bypassing the sanctions on Iran’s banking sector. Head of Iran-Russia Joint Chamber of Commerce Assadollah Asgaroladi says that Iran and Russia are studying the possibilities of opening a new chapter in trade relations between Tehran and Moscow that according to him could break the domination of western currencies over Iran-Russia trade. Unilateral US and EU sanctions on Iran’s banking sector and the recent western sanctions against Russia over Ukraine have prompted trade officials from both sides to boost economic cooperation. Since President Rouhani took office in 2013 both Iranian and Russian heads of states have met in four different occasions. Iran’s minister of economy says that the Islamic Republic has already traded with some of its partners through the exchange of national currencies and will welcome the act. Elsewhere in the parliament MPs are cautiously observing the steps taken by the Iran-Russia joint chamber of commerce. Law makers say that Iranian merchants have already had similar experiences with China and India but the fluctuation of currency rates in those countries resulted into losses for the Iranian side. Tehran and Moscow already have close political ties. Now both countries are trying to strengthen economic ties as a means to get even closer. Watch PressTV Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html http://www.livestation.com/en/press-tv Follow us on: Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV LiveLeak @ http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Twitter @ http://twitter.com/PressTV Google+ @ http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV
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Russia: Grand Mufti Gaynetdin shows Putin around new Moscow Cathedral Mosque
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin was shown around the new Moscow Cathedral Mosque, by the Grand Mufti of Russia Rawil Gaynetdin, in the north of the city on Wednesday. He was also accompanied by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the President of the State of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas, amongst other officials. Video ID: 20150923-086 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Moscow to protect Russians in Georgia's breakaway regions
 
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Russia is set to expand ties with Georgia's breakaway republics by offering protection to Russians living in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. The Foreign Office announcement comes after the UN Security Council unanimously extended the mandate of its observer mission in the area.
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Putin Summons Russian Oligarchs To Kremlin Meeting / Moscow, Russia
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin summoned 50 of the richest and most powerful Russian businessmen, oligarchs and silovarchs to a meeting at the Kremlin on Sept. 21, according to the Kremlin's official website. According to Russian media, the meeting's purpose is to discuss the future of Russian business. Putin began the meeting by addressing those assembled, highlighting positive trends in the Russian economy as the country slowly pulls out of recession. Putin Meets with Russian Oligarchs in Kremlin Vladimir Putin met in the Kremlin with representatives of the Russian business circles and associations. The meeting was attended by over 50 business leaders, CEOs of leading private companies and companies with government participation, banks and public organisations. Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TeamRussiaInsider Visit us! http://russia-insider.com/en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RussiaInsider?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RussiaInsider
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Reaction in Moscow as British Council diplomatic row continues
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide exterior of the Russian Foreign Languages Library building where the British Council office is located 2. Wide of library entrance 3. Close up sign reading in English; "British Council." 4. Mid of Svetlana Gorokhova, who is an employee at the Foreign Languages library walking towards the camera 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Svetlana Gorokhova, Foreign Languages library employee: "I think that people in Russia will suffer a lot because of that. I have known the British Council for many-many years, it is a very good institution which gives good education - language education - to people. So it is really a great pity that these things happen. And we, here at the library, are very sad about it." 6. Wide of people walking in the street pan to newspaper kiosk 7. Mid of people reading newspapers 8. Close up of newspaper 9. Close up of newspaper headline reading in Russian: "British Council halts operations in St. Petersburg" 10. Wide of people in the street 11. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vladimir Vasilievich, Moscow resident: "This is all politics, you know. It's just that the relations with Britain have became worse and this is the cause. I don't think this is serious, I think things will be sorted out eventually. I think common sense will prevail and everything will be fine." 12. Wide of people walking in the city centre STORYLINE: A politically charged dispute between Moscow and London over a British cultural organisation has intensified after Russia's top security agency interviewed the group's Russian employees and one of its directors was stopped by law enforcement. The British Council, which acts as the cultural arm of the British Embassy, said on Wednesday it was "deeply concerned" by the developments in a confrontation that has poisoned relations between the two countries, already badly strained over the killing in London in 2006 of former Russian security agent Alexander Litvinenko. It said Russia's actions had prompted the temporary closure of its St. Petersburg office. Svetlana Gorokhova, a foreign language library employee, who works in the same building as the British Council in Moscow believes that Russian people will suffer due to the closure. "I have known the British Council for many-many years, it is a very good institution which gives good education - language education - to people. So it is really a great pity that these things happen," she told the AP Television as she arrived at work on Thursday. Despite the outrage in the British media, the Russian press and television showed little coverage of the current dispute. Very few Moscow newspapers on Thursday have devoted their front pages to the current confrontation between Russian and British authorities. One Moscow resident believed that the tense relations between the two countries would blow over. "This is all politics, you know. It's just that the relations with Britain have became worse and this is the cause. I don't think this is serious," said Vladimir Vasilievich. On Wednesday British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said that any intimidation or harassment of officials was unacceptable and Britain's Foreign Office said Russia's ambassador to London was summoned for talks with British officials. A long-simmering dispute over the British Council flared this week after the organisation defied Russian orders to shut its offices in St. Petersburg and the Ural Mountains city of Yekaterinburg. Russia says the offices are operating illegally. In an angry exchange on Tuesday, Britain's ambassador warned that any action against the British Council would violate international law and Russia's foreign minister accused Britain of colonial-era arrogance. Kinnock said Russian staffers were being interviewed by police on Wednesday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5219fd48193457fb7cdf7b5fdc35e7ea Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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5 years of investments in best offices of class A in Moscow
 
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O1 Properties is one of the leading investment companies in the Russian commercial real estate market. Founded in 2010, the company owns and manages portfolio of 14 completed Class A office buildings located in prime business areas of Moscow. Recently respectable British magazine Euromoney named O1 Properties #1 real estate company in CEE.
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MOSCOW : Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (JET)
 
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The Economics of Hope: Kidney Exchange
 
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Groundbreaking research by Boston College economists Tayfun Sönmez and Utku Ünver sparks hope for patients with kidney disease while advancing the University's philosophy of "men and women for others." Video Produced by Sean Casey Office of University Advancement
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Impact of euro launch on Russia
 
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1. Wide of street with traffic going by 2. Various of people standing near a currency exchange office 3. Various of street sign, exchange rate for the dollar, the German mark slot is replaced with Euro, but no rate yet 4. Wide of street 5. Mid shot of people exchanging money in an outdoor office 6. Exterior of office of Sberbank Savings Bank, one of few banks in Russia which offer euros 7. Interior of the Sberbank branch on Bashilovka Street 8. Mid shot of bank teller counting euro banknotes 9. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Nastasia, bank customer: "Out of sheer curiosity - just to exchange and get the new money. Its just interesting." 10. Close shot of euro banknotes 11. Interior of the Sberbank branch 12. Mid shot of a woman inspecting a new banknote 13. Mid shot of woman walking inside the bank 14. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Yelena Ganina, head of currency department: "It's a very serious and stable currency. So many countries have joined the union. This is my personal opinion." 15. Various of euro banknotes 16. Establishing shot for Leonid Grigoriev, leading expert at the Institute of World Economics and International Relations, at Echo of Moscow radio station 17. Cutaway cameramen 18. Cutaway studio 19. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Leonid Grigoriev, economist, Institute of World Economics and International Relations: "Russia is a big country. It has citizens, companies and its own Central Bank. And as the previous ten years have shown all Russians are natural economists and currency dealers, so they will gradually start exchanging their cash now kept under pillows, especially those who plan to travel to Europe for business or pleasure. But this applies only to those who have savings." 20. Cutaway of cameras STORYLINE: The euro made its debut in Moscow on Thursday, but only a few banks have so far been authorised to exchange rubles for Europe's new currency. Not that many Russians appear keen. Most bank customers were exchanging dollars, in which they keep cash savings, for rubles. But public interest - or need - for the euro is expected to grow as people start planning for trips to Europe. The 12 countries that have switched to the new currency are Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. National currencies will circulate side by side with the euro for up to two months to help ease the transition, but European Central Bank officials are hoping that most people will use only euros after the first two weeks. Denmark, Sweden and the United Kingdom are the only European Union members to keep their own currencies. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/60906612991eb672a2082e76d2bab2dd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Major markets settle after initial hike in early trading; ADDS UK strategist
 
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Moscow, Russia 1. Tilt down exterior of MICEX (Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange) 2. Mid of people walking into MICEX entrance 3. Wide of trading floor interior 4. Mid pan of traders 5. Close-up of bell 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Aleksei Rybnikov, MICEX General Director: "We can see that the liquidity which was provided to the market by the Russian financial authorities - the Ministry of Finance, the Central Bank - is currently coming to the market, which gives it the ability to restart functioning in a normal mode." 7. Wide of street 8. Wide of exchange office worker changing currency rates 9. Close-up of hand changing figures 10. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Nadezhda Vladimirovna, Moscow resident: "Anyway, I do not have enough salary. What financial crisis? Where is it? It has an impact on wealthy people. Obviously they possess bank accounts and may lose money or something else, but the average working person has the same salary as before. It is moderate and it is very hard to live on it." Frankfurt, Germany 11. Various of Frankfurt Stock Exchange 12. SOUNDBITE: (German) Stefan Scharffetter, Trader at Baader Wertpapierhandelsbank AG: "In Europe, this is not necessary. We have a completely different banking system, the banks in Europe and in Germany have a wider range of business. This crisis, this scenario - we will not see in Europe. I think that measures like those (the US Financial Aid package) will not be seen in Europe." 13. Wide of board in stock exchange Paris, France 14. Various interiors of Richelieu Finance trading room, traders at desk 15. Close-up of screen showing figures for European and Asian indices 16. SOUNDBITE: (French) Nathalie Pelras, Head of Equity Management, Richelieu Finance: "For the moment the authorities are focused on the problem of the financial stocks. It means that everything is being done to avoid a cataclysm of the financial stocks. This means that we are helping the most fragile cases and those which have taken the biggest risks. The impact it could have on the economy, all these positions short on the financials are being transferred to other industrial values, that is not being taken yet into account by the market. Today it is far too early to see clearly, what is important to see is that these exceptional measures respond with exceptional risks so it was logical that this technical increase was only technical and not fundamental because it is far too early for that." 17. Close-up of trader on phone 18. Close-up of computer screen London, United Kingdom 19. Pan right from skyline view of London and River Thames to BGC Partners trading floor 20. Various of traders 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Howard Wheeldon, senior strategist with BGC Partners: "Last night we had an interesting situation, in that Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs are essentially applying to go under the Fed's umbrella in terms of regulation, i.e becoming larger holding commercial banks. That, I think, is another positive signal which markets will positively respond to in the US." 22. Cutaway of traders 23. SOUNDBITE: (English) Howard Wheeldon, senior strategist with BGC Partners: "We now currently have three regulators here in the UK looking over banks. We need one regulator and that needs to be the Bank of England. So, pontificating by politicians of changing regulation, frankly, all that means is going back to the status quo in a system that actually worked very well until it was tinkered with by Gordon Brown." 24. Mid of traders 25. Wide exterior of Canary Wharf STORYLINE: European markets, after edging higher in early trading, had fallen by afternoon in Europe. On the streets of the Russian capital, there was mixed opinion on the impact of the crisis. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/21e6b4c5959c8d9f124ce180a97deadb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Federal Agency for Tourism, Russian Federation
 
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Russia... Large, endless and amazing. Its territory and culture are so diverse that you can travel in Russia as often as possible -- and every time you will discover this country anew. The Russians themselves refer to their country as "Russia the Soul". Being the successor of the ancient Byzantine Empire, it is a country with a thousand-year long history. It is home to more than 180 nationalities. For centuries, all the world's main religions have coexisted peacefully in Russia. For tourists, Russia is attractive not only because of its ancient history and because of its culture. It is also of great interest for fans of outdoor activities. Incredibly beautiful landscapes and mountains of the subtropics in the south of the country... Oymyakon is the coldest place on Earth, with winter temperatures dropping to seventy degrees below zero, and it keeps attracting more and more tourists from all over the world. The Russian Tibet -- Altai.... The Russian north... The lower course of the Volga -- Akhtuba... The hunting grounds of Siberia... The Russian capital -- Moscow -- is one of the largest megalopolises of the world... Smaller cities and population centers where the traditional ways of Russian life, folk craft and art have been preserved. And thousands of square kilometers of yet unexplored land in the southeast of Russia where no man has ever set foot. There is no doubt that these vast territories and their variety have had their influence on the unique Russian character. Russia... It covers nine time zones and 83 regions -- the history, culture and residents of which are so different from each other. These are the elements that have shaped this amazing country. Grafics, Animations, Produced by Petr Ulyanov Video Editing: Svetlana Putko Soundtrack by Adapter Records
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Ruble Crisis: Residents of Moscow appear unfazed by ruble crash
 
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Moscow residents say they remain largely unconcerned by the dramatic decline of their currency the ruble, which is down almost 50% against the dollar this year. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Students disappointed at closure of British Council in Russia
 
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1. Wide shot of building where the British Council office is situated 2. Mid shot of woman walking up the steps towards the office 3. Close up of the British Council logo 4. Wide shot of secretary sitting at the reception desk inside the office 5. Close up of the British Council poster 6. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Diana, Vox Pop: student ''I must say the British Council is an important organisation. It has allowed thousands of Russian students to learn English, to receive a first-class education abroad, that's why the existence of such an organisation is necessary. Of course, if there are any legal problems they must be solved. But I'd like our to government find a peaceful way of solving these legal issues." 7. Wide pan of woman sitting by the entrance and a man at the reception desk 8. Mid shot of a security officer 9. Wide shot of the exterior of the British Council office building 10. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Miroslav Dobrev, Vox Pop: ''I think that it's a temporary situation and it will be solved soon. It's only a diplomatic war. But people will drag it on anyway from both sides, we will keep on moving towards integration." 11. Mid shot of entrance of the British Consul office, zoom in to the logo on the front door STORYLINE: Russian students in Moscow expressed their disappointment on Wednesday over a political row between Russia and the UK over a British cultural organisation. The dispute between Moscow and London intensified after Russia's top security agency interviewed the organisation's Russian employees and one of its directors was stopped by law enforcement. The British Council, which acts as the cultural arm of the British Embassy, said it was deeply concerned by the developments in a confrontation that has poisoned relations between the two countries, already badly strained over the killing in London in 2006 of former Russian security agent Alexander Litvinenko. One student told AP Television she thinks the British Council is an important organisation. ''It has allowed thousands of Russian students to learn English, to receive a first-class education abroad, that's why the existence of such an organisation is necessary. Of course, if there are any legal problems they must be solved," said the student. "I'd like our government to find a peaceful way of solving these legal issues." she added. A long-simmering dispute over the British Council flared this week after the organisation defied Russian orders to shut its offices in St. Petersburg and the Ural Mountains city of Yekaterinburg. Russia says the offices are operating illegally. In an angry exchange Tuesday, Britain's ambassador warned that any action against the British Council would violate international law and Russia's foreign minister accused Britain of colonial-era arrogance. Then, Russia's Federal Security Service, the main successor agency of the KGB, said it was interviewing the council's Russian employees. The Federal Security Service, or FSB, said it was conducting "explanatory work" with the employees with the aim of "protecting Russian citizens from possibly being drawn into Britain's provocative games as tools." FSB officials refused to comment further on Wednesday. The British Council said its Russian staff in St. Petersburg and Yekaterinburg had been summoned for interview by the FSB. The organisation also claimed that Russian Ministry of the Interior officials visited the homes of some of their Russian staff. The Interior Ministry is in charge of the police. Meanwhile, the director of the council's St. Petersburg office was stopped for a traffic violation on Tuesday night. The British Council said Kinnock followed global diplomatic protocol by calling the British Consulate, which instructed him not to take the test. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/774e94705f4702d6f31f97d87b542770 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Best Currency Exchange In India| Best Rates| Doorstep Delivery
 
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In this Video I have told about Where you will find the best currency exchange rate in India? I have compared few websites who exchange forex. You Can also get the forex doorstep delivered and also sell forex. Doorstepforex.com bookmyforex.com My Facebook ID - https://www.facebook.com/navankur.chaudhary My Email ID - [email protected]
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KCN: Exchange through blockchain: Sberbank Russia
 
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General partner - E-DINAR COIN https://wallet.edinarcoin.com/?r=anna-profit Information partner CoinIdol - https://coinidol.com/ Information partner - Bitcoin Garden http://bitcoingarden.tk/ A currency exchange through blockchain. Sberbank of Russia has created a prototype of the system for the exchange of currencies based on a blockchain technology. At the presentation "Blockchain for banking: the experience of Sberbank” director of the technological innovations development, Dmitry Bulychkov said about a new development: "The story is very simple - the bank emits in two countries "colored coin"(tokens), which do not leave the country I buy them for rubles in another country other people buy them for their currency to some exchange on some site. We exchange, and thus coming to needed country imposes tokens and get cash». Do you like our video? Donate: EDR: anna-profit BTC: 1JdRXQuqicwSyn61cd9jyXzAk2QUfu4KEW To add subtitles: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCWN9FtDP3d-jfJu83pGARxw
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Moscow has a dig at May's moves
 
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Moscow has a dig at May's moves… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2018/09/06/moscow-has-a-dig-at-may-s-moves What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
LIVE: Putin to take part in Prosecutor General Office's Board meeting in Moscow
 
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Russian president Vladimir Putin will participate in the expanded meeting of the General Prosecutor Office's Board in Moscow on March 23. On the top of the agenda will be anti-corruption efforts, anti-terrorism efforts, and the protection of society and state interests in various spheres. Participants are expected to sum up the results of the past year’s work and discuss the key direction for the upcoming year. Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Russia - Reactions to Yeltsin's operation
 
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T/I: 10:25:21 Kremlin officials were reported to have confirmed that Russian President Boris Yeltsin's heart surgery ended successfully on Tuesday (5/11). Most Russians learned about the operation from morning radio broadcasts on Tuesday. At Moscow's Belorussky railway station, most people wished the president well. German model Claudia Schiffer, who is Moscow for the opening of a Revlon boutique, also expressed sympathy for the Russian president and wished him a fast recovery. Russian financial markets were calm early on Tuesday. Trading was light as dealers waited for the outcome of the operation. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA 5/11 WS Belorussky railways station, in the centre of Moscow ; MS Belorussky railways station ; MS main entrance of the station ; MS passengers looking at the timetable ; CU old man looking at the timetable ; MS group of women waiting for their train ; VOX POP in Russian "We wish him happiness and good health. I wish he will recover.": (ENGLISH) "I dont think that something will happen to him" EXt. train station; German model Claudia Schiffer walking down corridor of building -she's in Moscow for the opening of a Revlon boutique. SOT Claudia Schiffer at presser."I wish everything goes well. Everyone's being saying the same thing" C/A press; WS of presser of Schiffer VS shots of main Moscow stock exchange, SOT in english from head of fund department of the commodity exchange "We have no news that is the same as bad news. In this case we have dropped the rates, all markets" VS shots of stock exchange 2.26 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fa41cf63e5b667af6c340db3adc59f0b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia: Putin and Qatari Emir discuss energy cooperation, situation in Middle East
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin held a protocol meeting with the Emir of the State of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani at the Kremlin in Moscow on Monday. The current situation in the Middle East and North Africa as well as bilateral relations and energy issues were on the agenda of the meeting. Putin expressed his hope that "all efforts taken to develop relations between Russia and Qatar in recent years will provide a solid foundation for futher steps." He added, "we hope that an additional impulse for the development of our relations will be given during your visit." He stressed that both countries should align their positions in the energy sector, especially in the gas sector, and in the Middle East, with a particular emphasis on the Persian Gulf. SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "We expected you to come last autumn. I hope that all efforts taken to develop our relations in recent years will provide a solid foundation for futher steps. Moreover, we hope that an additional impulse for the development of our relations will be given during your visit." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "We need to discuss our cooperation and align our positions in the energy sector, especially in the gas sector, [in] investments and, of course, the situation in a region which is an important part of the whole situation in the Middle East, in the Gulf [Persian Gulf]." SOT, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar (Arabic): "Dear mr president, first of all I would like to thank you and the Russian government for the warm welcome. I'm glad to be in Moscow today. As you have already mentioned, mr president, coordination of the efforts between our two countries has taken place in recent years. We also hope that all these efforts would provide a solid basis for the futher development of our cooperation. Also, as you have already mentioned, of course we share common interests in the energy and gas sector which we need to discuss. Moreover, Russia and Qatar are members of GECF [Gas Exporting Countries Forum]." Video ID: 20160118-029 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Philippines' Duterte personally receives Russia's arms shipment & tours Russian destroyer
 
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Russia has given the Philippines new weapons, ammunition and army trucks. The ceremony was attended by Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and The Philippines' President Rodrigo Duterte. Prior to this they signed an agreement on military-technical cooperation. The solemn event was held in the port of Manila aboard the large anti-submarine ship Admiral Panteleyev. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has personally taken receipt of a shipment of Russian-made weapons and munitions as he toured the Pacific Fleet’s Admiral Panteleyev destroyer currently docked in the Port Area of Manila. The Philippines leader oversaw the transfer of around 5,000 Kalashnikov assault rifles and roughly one million rounds of ammunition that was donated by Russia as part of a new relationship between Moscow and Manila. In addition to the machine guns, Russia's Pacific Fleet also delivered 20 military trucks for the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). Duterte also signed a “certificate of donation” early Wednesday morning. He greeted Russian sailors as he toured the submarine hunter Admiral Panteleyev and examined the trucks. The destroyer is just one of the ships from the Russian Pacific fleet that has docked in the Philippines as part of a six-day visit that is scheduled to last until Thursday. This is Russia’s third naval visit to the country since Duterte took office in June 2016. During his presidency, he has repeatedly announced plans to shift Manila's military dependence on the United States to procuring arms from China and Russia. The visit of the Udaloy-class anti-submarine Admiral Vinogradov and Admiral Panteleyev destroyers, as well as the sea tanker Boris Butoma, coincided with the arrival of Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu who landed in the Philippines Monday to take part in the Fourth ASEAN defense chiefs meeting. On Tuesday, Shoigu and his Philippines counterpart, Delfin Lorenzana signed an agreement on military and technical cooperation. According to the Philippines Department of National Defense (DND), the document contained provisions on various areas of military and technical cooperation in the areas of “research, production support, as well as the possible exchange of experts and training of personnel for joint programs.” “The leaders of our states have outlined the strategic priorities of bilateral cooperation. Active work is being conducted today to implement the agreements reached, including to further strengthen ties in the defense sphere,” Shoigu said after signing the agreement. In addition, Russia’s Rosoboronexport CEO Aleksander Mikheyev also reportedly signed a contract to supply RPG-7V reusable, shoulder-launched, anti-tank rocket-propelled grenade launchers to the Asian country. The details of the contract, however, were not made public. Join and subscribe by clicking on the 'bell' notification https://www.youtube.com/user/RussiaInsiderTV Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TeamRussiaInsider Visit us! http://russia-insider.com/en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RussiaInsider?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RussiaInsider
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