The sectors have not been distributed between the countries still, and this is a serious problem to develop a third of the whole region.
This question should be addressed in the first place," Ruslan Tankayev told Pravda. Benjamin Netanyahu failed to convince Russian President Putin of the need "to stop Iran's expansion in the Middle East." Israel is a friendly country for Russia, but it is not up to Tel Aviv to teach...
The 17-page document broadly outlines the Russian government's perception of threats to its national interests and security in the information sphere and priorities for countering those threats.
Much of it discusses the need to counter the propaganda and recruitment efforts of terrorist organizations and to secure computers from cyberespionage and cybercrime.
Russia's new information-security doctrine calls for the government to develop "a national system of managing the Russian segment of the Internet." The doctrine took effect upon being published on December 6.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed it the previous day, superseding a similar doctrine dating from 2000.
It was just a taste of what was to come as the people throughout Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan were some of the most welcoming I have met anywhere.
"It was like a cup game against a team from a lower division.
If you don't go in at the top of your game, you make them stronger than they are."Germany has scored 20 goals so far in its campaign and is looking to clinch qualification as soon as possible.
I could eat a good lunch for about , take a taxi anywhere in the city for less than and even my marshrutka ride from Yerevan to Tbilisi was cheaper than going the other direction.
The implementation of projects for the exploration and development of oil and gas deposits, primarily in the Caspian region, is a priority for the Russian energy sector, President Vladimir Putin said at the opening of the tripartite summit in Baku (Russia, Iran, Azerbaijan).