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Russia and Laos Sign Agreement on Visa-Free Travel

An agreement between Russia and Laos on a visa-free travel regime was signed in Vientiane by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and Laos President Bounnhang Vorachith

Medvedev Says 500,000 Russians Have Come Home

Half a million Russians have returned to Russia in 2016, said Dmitry Medvedev

Medvedev Promises to Boost Russian Regional Enterprises with $124Mln Investment

Medvedev said that the government intended to invest up to 7.5 billion roubles to support small and medium-sized businesses outside of the major cities

Russia to Hold Small Business ‘Road Show’ in China

Russia will organise a "road show" of Russia’s small and medium-sized businesses for Chinese investors

Russians, Armenians No Longer Need International Passports for Mutual Travel

Russia and Armenia have agreed to allow their citizens to travel between the two countries using internal rather than foreign passports

Medvedev Discusses Most Important Outcomes of 2016

The main outcomes of 2016 were the preservation of macroeconomic stability and the fulfilment of social obligations, Dmitry Medvedev said

Turkey Prime Minister: ‘We Learned Our Lesson’

Russia and Turkey are rapidly normalising relations as tensions between the two countries ease

Medvedev Hopes for Russian Food Provision Self-Sufficiency

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that Russia should be self-sufficient in terms of food production

Medvedev Proposes Renaming Americano ‘Russiano’

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev proposed “Russiano” as a new name for the coffee drink Americano

Far East Development to Be Included in Russia's State Programmes

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree introducing Far East economic indicators into all federal target and state programmes

Medvedev Personally Invited to Deep Purple Singer’s Concert

Ian Gillan, lead singer of English rock band Deep Purple, has invited Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to his concert on Nov. 15 at the Kremlin Palace

Medvedev: Russia Cannot Afford to Live in Debt Forever

The budget deficit should be cautiously reduced, and Russia cannot afford to constantly increase its foreign debt, said Medvedev

Putin and Medvedev on Vacation

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev enjoyed some ukha fish soup

‘Medvedev Understands What the Internet Is’

Founder of Wikipedia Jimmy Wales delivered a lecture in Moscow