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Supreme Eurasian Economic Council meeting. The list of journalists.

The list of journalists accredited to cover the meetings of the CIS Council of Heads of State and the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council.

Supreme Eurasian Economic Council
Supreme Eurasian Economic Council.
CIS Council of Heads of State and the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council will be held in Sochi on the 11th of October 2017. as well as information for the media on the working procedure at these events have been published.

Information for the media on the working procedure at these events have been published.

The events will be held at the Radisson Blu Resort & Congress Center, 1A Golubaya Street, Sochi, Adler District.



The International Press Center for accredited journalists will be located on the ground floor of the Imeretinskiy Hotel, 1 Morskoy Boulevard, Sochi, Adler District, Imereti Valley.

The press center will be open on the 11th of October 2017 from 9 am to 11 pm.

Journalists with accreditation badges will be able to enter the press center through the hotel’s side entrance on Golubaya Street. Accreditation badges will be issued at the entrance to the press center.

Main events:
  • Photo opportunity for the heads of delegations of the CIS Council of Heads of State meeting (12:55 PM)
  • CIS Council of Heads of State meeting in restricted format (11:00 PM)
  • CIS Council of Heads of State meeting in expanded format (02:00 PM)
  • Photo opportunity for the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council heads of state (04:25 PM)
  • Supreme Eurasian Economic Council meeting in restricted format (04:30 PM)
  • Supreme Eurasian Economic Council meeting in expanded format (05:30 PM)
  • Press statement (06:30 PM)
Starting time is subject to change!

The events will be streamed to the press center.

Information on the host broadcaster.

To receive video materials from the host broadcaster or to broadcast your own materials and charter stand up positions, please contact Dmitry Kashmanov (VGTRK) by telephone +7 (985) 035-13-91.

Note for the CIS media: To receive video materials from the host broadcaster, to broadcast your own materials or charter stand up positions, please contact Natalya Zhuravleva (MIR) by telephone +7 (985) 156-98-30.

Note for television journalists: Please, do not use wireless microphones or any other radio systems that might interfere with the operation of VGTRK, the official broadcaster, in the events rooms or adjacent rooms. If you need to record events or stream information from these rooms, please use only cord microphones.

The list of accredited journalists.

  • Аббасов Адалет (Пресс-служба. Азерб Рес)
  • Абдель Мунем Салем Адил (AL MAYADEEN TV)
  • Абдраева Салтанат КНИА (Кабар)
  • Абельдинов Рустам 1 канал (Евразия)
  • Абубякеров Руслан Сяитович (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Автухов Александр Телеканал (ОНТ)
  • Агаев Омаргелди Говшудович (ТРК Туркменистана)
  • Адилова Айгуль Хабар
  • Азаров Дмитрий Бойкович (Коммерсантъ)
  • Айниддин Самариддин (PRESS TJK)
  • Акабиров Азаматхон (Пресс-служба)
  • Акбаров Фарид (АПА)
  • Акимжанова Маржан (Пресс-служба Президент РК)
  • Акиньшина Лилия Анатольевна (ТВ Центр)
  • Александров Александр Владимирович (МТРК "Мир")
  • Али Дархан (ТРК Президента РК)
  • Алиев Вугар (АзерТадж)
  • Алиев Заур (Пресс-служба. Азерб Рес)
  • Алимова Мая Ахмедовна (Газета «Нейтральный Туркменистан»)
  • Амаев Нурислан Амаев (газета "Туркменистан")
  • Амансарыев Бекдурды Джумамырадович (ТДХ)
  • Амирова Галина Игоревна (Вестник экономики)
  • Аразгулыев Гурбанназар (Журнал «Дияр»)
  • Арибжанов Алий Махмудович (Первый канал)
  • Арипов Сахибжон (НТРК)
  • Архипов Илья Владимирович (Bloomberg)
  • Аскаров Арнур Егемен (Қазахстан)
  • Ахмет Аршын Телеканал (Казахстан)
  • Ахметов Медет (Казинформ)
  • Баграмов Станислав (НТРК)
  • Балицкий Александр Александрович (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Балыкин Василий Владимирович (МТРК "Мир")
  • Баранов Павел Александрович (LIFE)
  • Баранов Дмитрий Юрьевич (Первый канал")
  • Барроуз Эмма (CNN)
  • Батурин Василий Михайлович (ТВ Центр)
  • Бедняков Павел Викторович (ИЗВЕСТИЯ)
  • Безлаковский Денис Валерьевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Белов Владимир Геннадьевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Белозеров Александр Викторович (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Бельгибекова Акмарал Пресс-служба (МИД РК)
  • Бескоровайная Надежда Геннадьевна (Вести Сочи)
  • Бескоровайный Артем Сергеевич (RT - Russia Today)
  • Бешанова Юлия ЗАО (СТВ)
  • Биргебаев Жумагали Хабар
  • Блинов Максим Николаевич (МИА "Россия сегодня")
  • Бугайченко Елена (НТС)
  • Былкина Екатерина Владимировна (RT - Russia Today)
  • Ваган Игорь Станиславович (ЕЭК)
  • Василюк Вячеслав Борисович (МТРК "Мир")
  • Велиев Ровшан (АзерТадж)
  • Верницкий Антон Владимирович (Первый канал)
  • Выжга Станислав (Accent TV)
  • Гадиев Фазиль (АзТВ)
  • Глебова Мария Сергеевна (РИА Новости)
  • Голованова Татьяна Александровна (МИА "Россия сегодня")
  • Голок Борис Григорьевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Горячев Геннадий Валентинович (МТРК "Мир")
  • Григорьянц Татьяна Юрьевна (Вести ФМ)
  • Гунеев Сергей Геннадиевич (МИА "Россия сегодня")
  • Давыдов Сергей Викторович (МТРК "Мир")
  • Долотакунов Самат (НТС)
  • Досалиев Султан (Аппарат Президента КР)
  • Досанова Шынар (Телеканал "Казахстан")
  • Дрэгэлин Виталие ( НТВ Молдова)
  • Дубовицкий Владислав Александрович (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Дуйшенбеков Бактурсун (ОТРК)
  • Евтякова Елена Николаевна (Первый канал)
  • Егоров Сергей Викторович (Журнал "ХРАМ")
  • Ежов Илья Максимович (Вести ФМ)
  • Ентебеков Дулат Хабар
  • Еркетаев Тимур (Телеканал "Астана")
  • Желноваков Антон Юрьевич (Телеканал Дождь)
  • Жестков Александр (Accent TV)
  • Жуасбаев Бауыржан (Bnews.kz)
  • Журавлева Наталья Павловна (МТРК "Мир")
  • Завражин Константин Юрьевич (ФГБУ РГ)
  • Залиту Мохаммад (RT - Russia Today)
  • Захаров Геннадий Сергеевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Зейналова Ирада Автандиловна (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Ибодов Мумин (Пресс-служба)
  • Ибраймов Мухтар Хабар)
  • Иванова Дина Олеговна (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Иманалиев Азамат (AKIpress)
  • Исаева Алина Шамилевна (ИА "Связка")
  • Исраилов Учкун (Пресс-служба)
  • Истратова Ольга Юрьевна (Власть Буквы)
  • Кабылова Урмат Кабыловна (Аппарат Правительства Кыргызской Республики)
  • Кадырова Асель (1 канал Евразия)
  • Каниметов Канат (ОТРК)
  • Караджан Сефа (АAnadolu)
  • Карлин Андрей Анатольевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Кауметова Индира (Bnews.kz)
  • Кел Джеффри (CNN)
  • Киртоки Михаил Александрович (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Колбачаева Жанар (Пресс-служба ПРК в РФ)
  • Колесников Андрей Иванович (Коммерсантъ)
  • Колчков Олег Сергеевич (Первый канал)
  • Комиссаров Евгений Александрович (Телеканал Дождь)
  • Корзин Андрей Андреевич (ТАСС)
  • Коротаев Артем Викторович (ТАСС)
  • Корсунская Дарья Владимировна (Рейтер)
  • Корунов Никита Сергеевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Костенко Юлия ИА (24.kg)
  • Кудрявцева Елена Владимировна (РИА Новости)
  • Кузнецов Андрей Сергеевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Кузнецов Борис Владимирович (RT - Russia Today)
  • Кукушкина Татьяна Александровна (РИА Новости)
  • Курамаев Азамат (Аппарата Президента КР)
  • Курдубанов Константин Евгеньевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Кушнир Валерьян Валерьянович (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Лаврийчук Артем Владимирович (AL MAYADEEN TV)
  • Ласеева Юлия (1 канал "Евразия")
  • Латухина Кира Александровна (РГ)
  • Любезнова Наталья Евгеньевна (ИА "Интерфакс")
  • Магер Юлия (Казахстанская правда)
  • Мадорский Дмитрий Анатольевич (Рейтер)
  • Мазуро Олег (Пресс-служба)
  • Макей Ольга (Белтелерадиокомпания)
  • Максимова Анна Витальевна (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Малышев Александр Ярославович (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Мамбетшерипова Назира (НТРК)
  • Мамедов Ельнур (АзТВ)
  • Мамедов Турал (АзТВ)
  • Матиевский Михаил (ИА "БелТА")
  • Махмадалиев Дилшод (PRESS TJK)
  • Махмудов Фарходжон (НТРК)
  • Мелехов Андрей Валерьевич (Первый канал)
  • Меликян Татьяна Мишовна (Lenta.ru)
  • Метцель Михаил Иванович (ТАСС)
  • Мешков Дмитрий Алексеевич (ИНТЕРФАКС)
  • Мирзоян Тигран Эдуардович (Вести Сочи)
  • Михайлов Андрей Юрьевич (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Михайлов Александр Анатольевич (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Михин Еламан ТРК Президента (РК)
  • Могилевский Дмитрий Фабианович (Мастерская)
  • Морозов Владимир Владимирович (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Морозов Владимир Евгеньевич (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Мосафир Салам А (RT - Russia Today)
  • Мочалов Геннадий Анатольевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Мухамедьяров Адильхан (Пресс-служба Президент РК)
  • Мухаммед Ариж Абделькаримовна (RT - Russia Today)
  • Наговицын Сергей Сергеевич (МТРК "Мир")
  • Насср Хассан - (RT - Russia Today)
  • Ниёзи Султон (PRESS TJK)
  • Никаноров Владимир Степанович (Исполнительный комитет СНГ)
  • Никольская Полина Михайловна (Рейтер)
  • Новгородцев Андрей (ЗАО "СТВ")
  • Новицкий Георгий Александрович (Телеканал "ЗВЕЗДА")
  • Носков Вячеслав Валерьевич (МТРК "Мир")
  • Пахомова Елена (НТВ Молдова)
  • Петров Николай (ИА "БелТА")
  • Пешанов Юрий Николаевич (Телеканал Дождь)
  • Пинчук Денис Викторович (Рейтер)
  • Полянский Александр Николаевич (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Проценко Виктор Евгеньевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Пулодзода Завкибек (PRESS TJK)
  • Пушков Роман Евгеньевич (RT - Russia Today)
  • Пятов Валерий Николаевич (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Разумный Евгений Николаевич (Ведомости)
  • Реджепов Какамурат Абдурахманович (Газета «Туркменистан»)
  • Решетников Александр Феликсович (Рейтер)
  • Ризаев Дамин (НТРК)
  • Ровнов Петр Александрович (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Романенкова Вероника Михайловна (ТАСС)
  • Романов Евгений Юрьевич (Мастерская)
  • Романов Анатолий Юрьевич (МТРК "Мир")
  • Романькова Ирина Николаевна (Вести Сочи)
  • Рузавин Николай (Белтелерадиокомпания)
  • Самадов Анвар (УзА)
  • Самсония Лана Борисовна (Интерфакс)
  • Санин Виталий (ТРК Президента РК)
  • Санфиров Валерий Владимирович (Вести ФМ)
  • Сапожников Кирилл Петрович (Мастерская)
  • Сатиев Уланбек (Аппарат Президента КР)
  • Сейдалин Тимур (Пресс-служба Президент РК)
  • Семченко Дмитрий (Телеканал ОНТ)
  • Сендеров Семен Андреевич (RT - Russia Today)
  • Сиддик Саидали (НИАТ "Ховар")
  • Сисенов Ерлан (Телеканал "Астана")
  • Ситдиков Рамиль Равилевич (МИА "Россия сегодня")
  • Смирнов Дмитрий Викторович (kp.ru)
  • Созаев-Гурьев Егор Сергеевич (Известия)
  • Спиридонов Вячеслав Николаевич (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Старостина Мария Александровна (RT - Russia Today)
  • Сулейманов Шухрат (НТРК)
  • Султаналиев Адилет (Аппарат Президента КР)
  • Султанбаев Эрбол Абдыкадырович (Аппарат Правительства Кыргызской Респ.)
  • Тайджыкова Майса Айдогдыевна (Журнал «Зенан калбы»)
  • Татищев Сергей Евгеньевич (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Терехин Александр Владимирович (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Терпугова Александра Вячеславовна (Вести ТК "Россия")
  • Тихонов Андрей Михайлович (Телекомпания НТВ)
  • Токторбек уулу Чынгыз (ГТРК "ЭлТР")
  • Торалиева Гульнура Тынчтыкбековна (Аппарат Правительства КР)
  • Убайдаев Замир (Телеканал "Казахстан")
  • Узонбай кызы Махабат (ГТРК "ЭлТР")
  • Фаляхов Рустам Анатольевич (Gazeta.Ru)
  • Федоненков Денис Юрьевич (Телеканал "ЗВЕЗДА")
  • Федоров Максим Викторович (Вестник экономики)
  • Филаткин Олег Иванович (Вести Сочи)
  • ХАВЛЛА ХОШАВИ (К24)
  • Халлабов Мердан Байраммухаммедович (ТРК Туркменистана)
  • Хаткевич Светлана Петровна (Профессионалы России)
  • Химшиашвили Полина Михайловна (РБК)
  • Хингеева Маргарита Геннадьевна (МТРК "Мир")
  • Ходжиматов Минхажидин (Пресс-служба)
  • Хокинс Даниил RT - Russia Today)
  • Царьков Евгений Николаевич (RT - Russia Today)
  • Чанс Мэттью (CNN)
  • Черваков Михаил Игоревич (Мастерская)

Press statements following Russian-Kyrgyzstani talks.

Following their talks, Vladimir Putin and Almazbek Atambayev made statements for the press.

Vladimir Putin and Almazbek Atambayev, press statement for the press following Russian-Kyrgyzstani talks.
Vladimir Putin and Almazbek Atambayev, press statement for the press following Russian-Kyrgyzstani talks.

President of Russia Vladimir Putin:

Mr. President, friends and colleagues,

I am glad to welcome the President of Kyrgyzstan in Moscow. We meet regularly. We held substantive talks in Bishkek in February and saw each other at a meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council in the capital of Kyrgyzstan and recently at the Astana Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

Mr. Atambayev comes to Russia often, but this time is different: he is making a state visit. It is symbolic that this visit is being held in the year when we mark the 25th anniversary of Russian-Kyrgyzstani diplomatic relations and the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance.

In the past 25 years, relations between our countries developed in all areas based on mutual respect and consideration for each other’s interests and have reached the level of strategic partnership.

As usual, our talks with the President of Kyrgyzstan were held in a friendly and constructive spirit. We discussed the key issues on the bilateral agenda and also current regional and international matters.

The talks we have held with government members and business leaders focused on Russian-Kyrgyzstani relations, primarily trade and economic cooperation.

We noted with satisfaction that we have reversed, overall, the negative trend in mutual trade that was caused by global market instability. In the first quarter of 2017, our trade increased by 23 percent. Russian exports to Kyrgyzstan grew 24 percent and imports from Kyrgyzstan by 15 percent. The deliveries of foods and agricultural raw materials, which are vital commodities for Kyrgyzstan, have increased more than 150 percent.

Notably, Russia continues to help the economy of Kyrgyzstan. Our financial assistance is mostly uncompensated. The Russian-Kyrgyz Development Fund is operating successfully, with Russia investing $500 million in its authorized capital. The fund has provided financing to 28 major projects in Kyrgyzstan. Another 700 diverse projects have received loans in the amount of over $230 million from Kyrgyz commercial banks under the Small and Medium-Sized Business Support Program.

In addition, Russia annually provides $30 million to support the state budget of Kyrgyzstan. Since 2012, the cumulative amount of such grants has amounted to $255 million. Russia has allocated another $200 million to adapt the Kyrgyz economy to the terms and conditions of membership in the Eurasian Economic Union.

Significant investments in Kyrgyzstan come from Russian commercial organizations. For example, the amount invested by Gazprom into upgrading the Kyrgyz gas distribution system will reach 100 billion rubles in the coming years. As a result, the provision of gas supply in that country should go from the current 22 percent to 60 percent.

Money transfers by its citizens working in Russia make a significant contribution to Kyrgyzstan’s economy. Last year, the amount of such transfers increased by almost 20 percent and amounted to almost $2 billion, or one-third of Kyrgyzstan’s GDP. Such transfers grew by another 67 percent in the first quarter of this year. Kyrgyz citizens are granted preferential terms for employment, medical care and social assistance.

Another focus of attention at the talks was expanding contacts between the regions of our countries. Currently, about 70 Russian regions cooperate with the Kyrgyz Republic. We expect that bilateral regional exchanges will be further boosted by the President of Kyrgyzstan’s travels to Bashkortostan and Tatarstan as part of the current visit. I'm sure you'll like it there, and it will be an interesting visit since they are fast-growing Russian regions.

We had a detailed discussion on the expansion of integration processes in the Eurasian space, as well as on our cooperation within the CIS, the CSTO, the SCO and the UN.

Russia appreciates Kyrgyzstan’s efforts as the current Chair of the Eurasian Economic Union. We support the priorities of the joint work within the EAEU suggested by Kyrgyzstan as the EAEU Chair, including stepping up integration processes, and further reducing administrative and technical barriers in trade among EAEU member states.

Military-technical and defense cooperation is an important element of the strategic relations between Russia and Kyrgyzstan. I strongly believe that the contract we signed today to promote military-technical cooperation will make a substantial contribution to further enhancing Kyrgyzstan’s defense capabilities. Today we also reaffirmed our shared understanding that the presence of a Russian military base in Kyrgyzstan is an important factor of stability and security in Central Asia in keeping with the long-term interests of our countries and our CSTO allies.

We agreed with our partners from Kyrgyzstan to continue closely coordinating our efforts to combat terrorism and the spread of extremist ideology, proposing to step up cooperation on counter-terrorism within regional organizations, including the specialized services of the CSTO and SCO.

We exchanged views on the prospects for stepping up cultural and humanitarian cooperation. The visit to Russia by the President of Kyrgyzstan was arranged to coincide with the opening of the Days of Kyrgyzstan in Russia, and last year the Days of Russia were held in Kyrgyzstan. We agreed on providing further incentives for educational exchanges, which enable Kyrgyzstan residents to obtain quality higher education and improve their Russian language skills. Some 17,000 students from Kyrgyzstan are currently enrolled in Russian universities, including more than 5,000 students who benefit from scholarships funded by Russia’s federal budget.

In conclusion, I would like to sincerely thank Mr. Atambayev and all our Kyrgyz friends for the constructive atmosphere at our talks. We coordinated new large-scale tasks on developing bilateral relations, which are reflected in the just signed Declaration on Strengthening the Alliance and Strategic Partnership between the Russian Federation and the Kyrgyz Republic.

I am convinced that the declaration as well as other documents signed as a result of the visit will help promote Russian-Kyrgyz cooperation in the most diverse areas and spheres.

And in conclusion, I would like to add that we know that the President of the Republic’s time in this high office is coming to an end. I would like to thank Mr. Atambayev for what he has done for the development of Russian-Kyrgyz relations and for what he is doing to promote and support the Russian language in Kyrgyzstan. We are in a position to appreciate it and we do appreciate it. We would like to thank you for laying such a solid foundation for the development of bilateral ties in the mid-term and, I hope, long-term perspective.

Thank you for your attention.

President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev:

Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen, colleagues,

Thank you for the high praise of my work. I agree that the foundation that has been laid in the past five or six years is very solid, as you put it. This is probably one of my achievements that I will always recall with pride till my final days, so to speak.

And I would also like to thank the Russian side and you Mr. President for your warmth and hospitality on my own behalf and on behalf of our entire delegation. As you said, our relations have undergone a profound transformation. We have managed to raise relations to the level of strategic partnership and, owing to your personal involvement, we have carried out major projects in the economy, trade and strengthening Kyrgyzstan’s defense capability.

And, in addition to that, I would like to note that Russia has granted us significant financial aid. Today our finance ministers exchanged a protocol on Russia writing off all of Kyrgyzstan’s debts, all remaining debts. And when we discussed the agenda today, we saw that we have practically no differences – just plans and prospects for the future. Since joining the Eurasian Economic Union, we have seen a sharp increase in trade – by 23 percent, as you observed, and the growth of money remittances from our migrant workers.

Most importantly, we see that the lives of the Kyrgyz citizens who work here have become much easier. It is good that we are seeing quick results, because we remember the massive attack in our country and some other countries aimed at preventing Kyrgyzstan from joining the Eurasian Economic Union. We see that joining has lived up to our expectations. Of course, much work remains to be done, but we can feel the support of fraternal Russia in this area as well.

I am pleased that we have managed to maintain close cultural ties. Of course, we need to further strengthen them. Today, the Days of the Kyrgyzstani Culture kick off in Russia with a big concert at the Kremlin Palace of Congresses. This is an excellent opportunity to reinvigorate this activity.

Ties between regions are fairly strong. Of course, Mr. President, I'm really pleased to have the opportunity to visit Bashkortostan and Tatarstan. As you may be aware, my wife was born in Russia, and she is probably even more pleased at the prospect. There are members in our delegation with Russian roots as well. We have managed to maintain a diversity of voices and languages in Kyrgyzstan. I am very pleased, in fact for me it is high praise, Mr. President, that a foundation has been laid, as you mentioned, not only for medium-term cooperation. I believe it will last forever.

On July 20, we will hold a large international forum in Kyrgyzstan attended by representatives of dozens of countries of the pra-Altaic civilizations. While some of them may have even forgot it, they come from Altai, and are representatives of the Altai civilization, including Kyrgyzstan. Of course, for us, Russia is our ancestral homeland. Our legendary hero Manas, the father of our people, also comes from Altai. Therefore, I am absolutely convinced that not only this ancient history binds us; of course, our common future will bind us as well.

I cannot imagine the future of Kyrgyzstan without Russia. Today, the representatives of the government and representatives of all parties represented in Kyrgyzstan’s parliament attended the talks. There are six parties in parliament, and all representatives of the parties are in favor of friendship and brotherhood with our great Russia, brotherly Russia.

In closing, I would like to once again thank President Vladimir Putin, the members of the Russian Government, the heads of ministries and departments, the State Duma deputies, and the Federation Council members, who have always supported Kyrgyzstan. On behalf of the people of Kyrgyzstan, I thank you for the support that we always feel.

Thank you.

Link:  http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/54828

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President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev.
President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev.

Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Joint news conference. Presidents of Russia and Kyrgyzstan.

Vladimir Putin and Almazbek Atambayev held a joint news conference in Bishkek.

Vladimir Putin, Almazbek Atambayev.
Vladimir Putin and Almazbek Atambayev. A joint news conference following Russian-Kyrgyzstani talks.

President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev:

Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen,

We have finished Kyrgyzstani-Russian talks in the framework of an official visit by the President of Russia.

This is a landmark event, because this visit is being held ahead of the 25th anniversary of our diplomatic relations. We will mark it on March 20.

Today we discussed nearly all issues of bilateral cooperation in the narrow and expanded formats. I will not speak in detail about these issues, but I would like to say that we have come to an agreement on nearly all issues. We discussed economic and security issues, military and technical cooperation and, of course, integration within the Eurasian Economic Union.

We also exchanged opinions on other issues, including international ones. I would like to say that our countries have similar or identical views on international issues.

We also discussed the implementation of our agreements, because we expect the Prime Minister of Russia to visit us in early March. We have outlined measures that will facilitate the further work of all the EAEU prime ministers and heads of government.

It should be said that I and all other members of the Kyrgyzstani delegation are satisfied with the results of these talks, and we are grateful for this to the Russian delegation and Mr Putin personally. We have signed a Joint Declaration following the talks, and I hope that a number of other important agreements will be signed in the future during my visit to Russia.

Mr. Putin, in conclusion I would like to again express our gratitude to you for this visit and for your support to our country, and to give the floor to you.

President of Russia Vladimir Putin:

Thank you very much.

Mr. Atambayev, ladies and gentlemen, friends,

Our talks with the President of Kyrgyzstan were held, as usual, in a business-like and constructive atmosphere. We talked in detail about all aspects of our cooperation and outlined practical plans for strengthening our interaction in the future.

I would like to stress that Kyrgyzstan is a strategic partner for Russia. We are united by friendship and truly allied relations that have passed the test of time. As Mr President has said, in March we will mark 25 years of our diplomatic relations.

Our countries are working to deepen their multifaceted and mutually beneficial cooperation. We are resolved to join hands to overcome current difficulties, including a decrease in trade, and to work out a practical set of measures to achieve this goal. We have agreed to make fuller use of the advantages of Kyrgyzstan’s membership in the Eurasian Economic Union. By the way, Kyrgyzstan holds the rotating EAEU presidency this year, and Bishkek will soon host a meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council.

The lifting of customs, sanitary and phytosanitary barriers will promote, and is already promoting the development of close integration ties in trade, industry and agriculture. I would like to say in this connection that Kyrgyzstan reported very good results last year, including thanks to the effective use of these advantages. Despite economic difficulties, Kyrgyzstan’s GDP has grown by over 3 percent and industrial production by over 4 percent.

Russia is actively helping Kyrgyzstan adjust to the EAEU requirements. We have earmarked $200 million for its projects, including modernisation of its customs infrastructure and the improvement of border checkpoints.

The work of the Russian-Kyrgyzstani Development Fund has been launched, and Mr Atambayev and I exchanged opinions on its operation. The Fund is a unique instrument that was established in 2014 with the starting capital of $500 million. At present, the Fund is co-financing projects worth over $200 million in Kyrgyzstan.

Russia’s assistance to Kyrgyzstan is designed to help it stabilise its budget. The aggregate volume of these grants has reached $225 million.

We are gradually writing off Kyrgyzstan’s national debt, which is reducing the financial burden on the country’s financial system, improving the balance and releasing funds for the country’s development programmes, including social ones.

Assistance is also provided to our Kyrgyzstani partners in the form of duty-free delivery of Russian petrochemicals. In 2016, we delivered over one million tonnes of petrochemicals to Kyrgyzstan under these schemes.

Russia’s Gazprom is implementing a large project to expand Kyrgyzstan’s gas supply network and connect more users to it by 2030. Total investment in the country’s gas transmission network will amount to 100 billion rubles and will increase the connection of users to the gas supply system from 22 percent to 60 percent.

Money transfers by Kyrgyz nationals working in Russia constitute a major contribution to the country’s economic development. The volume of such transfers has grown 18.5 percent since Kyrgyzstan joined the EAEU. In January through September 2016, these transfers amounted to $1.3 billion, or nearly 30 percent of the country’s GDP. And these were only wire transfers and postal orders. In fact, the volume is much bigger. Kyrgyz nationals have equal employment rights with the citizens of other EAEU countries in Russia.

Humanitarian contacts, cultural, scientific and educational exchanges are of particular importance for our cooperation. In 2016, Kyrgyzstan successfully hosted the Russian Culture Days and the Russian Film Week. Kyrgyzstan’s representatives have expressed readiness to reciprocate with the Kyrgyz Culture Days in Russia this year.

Russian universities are training more than 16,000 Kyrgyzstani students, including 5,000 whose tuition is sponsored by the Russian Government. This year, we admitted more than 420 Kyrgyzstani students at no charge.

Kyrgyzstan, in turn, pays a lot of attention to the study of the Russian language, for which we have to thank the President of Kyrgyzstan, and all our Kyrgyzstani partners and friends. The number of schools with tuition in Russian is growing; 200 of them offer tuition in Russian only, and 414, in the Russian and Kyrgyz languages. In September 2016, a new school opened in Bishkek, named after Anton Chekhov, with the support of the Russian Peace Foundation and of course, our Kyrgyzstani friends, first of all, the President of Kyrgyzstan.

During the talks, the participants noted the closeness of our countries’ positions on many important issues of the regional and global agenda. At the same time, we have paid special attention to our joint efforts to combat modern challenges and threats in Central Asia, the fight against terrorism, drug trafficking, and transnational organised crime.

In this context, we agreed to actively strengthen bilateral military and military-technical cooperation. We reaffirmed a common understanding that the Russian military base in Kyrgyzstan is an important factor in ensuring stability and security in Central Asia.

In conclusion, I would like to once again express gratitude to the Kyrgyzstani leadership and President Almazbek Atambayev for their warm welcome and thorough discussion we had today. I am confident that this visit will undoubtedly further the progressive development of Russian-Kyrgyzstani relations for the benefit of the peoples of Kyrgyzstan and Russia.

Thank you.

Question: This is a question for both presidents on security cooperation. Was the idea of expanding Russia’s military presence at Kant Air Base raised during the talks?

Finally, did Russia get assurances that the transfer of power this fall in Kyrgyzstan will go smoothly? Thank you.

Almazbek Atambayev:

We did not discuss the expansion of Kant Air Base. What we did mention during the talks was strengthening Kyrgyzstan’s army and armed forces, stepping up supplies of weapons, equipment. This is a whole different story. Russia wants to help us strengthen our own armed forces.

As for the transfer of power, Mr Putin did not even raise this issue. I can say that should anyone think about staging a revolution in Kyrgyzstan, just remember that it was Atambayev who was the leader of the past two revolutions. In 2005, I headed the procession that occupied the White House. In 2010, you may recall where people assembled to voice their protest. It was near my office. So, if a third revolution takes place, I will not be the one to stage it.

Let me put it this way, there will be no more revolutions in Kyrgyzstan. We cannot afford to have a situation described in a song: ‘Revolutions have a beginning with no end in sight.’ Mr Putin used to tease me with this song. We have to get down to work. From now on, Kyrgyzstan should be a rank-and-file developing country. The latest developments prove that we are on the right track. Those who want power do not need to stage revolutions or jump the fence at the White House. Go ahead and run in elections, be it parliamentary or presidential. That is why Mr Putin and I did not discuss these issues. We focused on the economy and development of bilateral relations.

Vladimir Putin:

Regarding the Russian military presence in Kyrgyzstan, I would like to remind you or explain how the Russian base was established at Kant. It was established at the request of the Kyrgyzstani authorities in 1999–2000, when Kyrgyzstan had to fend off the attacks of terrorists who entered the country from Afghanistan. At that time, the then Kyrgyzstani authorities asked me personally to deploy a Russian military group, primarily aircraft, in order to effectively fight against the terrorist threat. As you remember, there were also tragedies, people were killed, and neighbouring countries sent in their aircraft. But the Kyrgyzstani authorities concluded that if a permanent group of forces were deployed in their country who would know the situation, hold military exercises and use the army and aviation if and when necessary, these should be highly professional forces that would act in strict coordination with the Kyrgyzstani partners. This is why our base was established here.

When Kyrgyzstan decides that it has strengthened its armed forces so that it no longer needs this base, we will pull out immediately. There is no need for us to have a military group here. It is here solely to protect the security of Kyrgyzstan. Now that we are developing our relations within the CSTO framework, we will continue to strengthen the armed forces of Kyrgyzstan, as Mr President has said. We talked about this today, and it was not the first time we did. We will work calmly and consistently on this at the CSTO expert group.

We did not discuss expanding the Russian military group here. If Kyrgyzstan decides that this is necessary, we will discuss this issue, but you should know that this will entail additional spending for us. We will discuss this within the CSTO and at the bilateral level, if necessary.

As for internal political processes, they are not our business and we never interfere in internal processes of other countries, let alone our allies. But I fully agree with what President Atambayev has said. We believe that we must treasure stability in the post-Soviet space and proceed from the assumption that any change of government must take place in the framework of the Constitution and the law.

Question: Mr. Putin, the EAEU is one of the key issues on your visit’s agenda. Can you name the positive elements of this integration association? Did you discuss the possibility of further developing it or obstacles to this, in particular, in light of the recent moves taken by the Belarusian leadership?

Vladimir Putin:

I will answer your question in parts, just as you have formulated it. I believe that the integration processes in the post-Soviet space are absolutely natural and will greatly benefit all parties. We discussed this and agreed on this many times. We have inherited from the previous generations very many valuable things that we did not value enough in the previous decades.

Take European integration. They need 28 interpreters to be able to talk with each other. We have the Russian language, which is the international language for us. This is not just a technical issue. It also has a major economic element, even though this may sound strange. We also have common infrastructure – transport infrastructure, roads, railways and energy infrastructure – and a very high level of cooperation we inherited from the Soviet period. It would be silly not to value all this, not to raise it to a qualitatively new level and not to make use of it in light of current global developments. I am referring to the active regional integration processes that are ongoing around the world.

What results have we achieved? Look, we have actually opened up our market to our partners’ commodities. We are interested in these goods. We have just returned from Tajikistan, and I believe that this pool of journalists was there too. We are interested in Tajikistan’s exports, primarily fruits and vegetables. We are likewise interested in Kyrgyzstan’s products. They are cheaper and even better than the products we imported from many other countries whose products we have restricted. These [post-Soviet] countries’ economies have grown visibly. Russia’s economic growth has been moderate, while Kyrgyzstan’s GDP has grown by 3.8 percent and industrial production by 4.1 percent. You have some obvious advantages, and these advantages are beneficial for us. Therefore, I believe that integration is an absolutely logical process and it would be silly of us not to use its advantages.

As for the disputes, they are also quite natural. Each party defends its own interests. I just cited some figures that show Russia’s support for the soft adaptation of the Kyrgyz economy to the requirements of the Eurasian Economic Union. But we have disputes with our Belarusian friends as well, and we are looking for solutions. I must say that in Belarus, we are providing far more assistance than in Kyrgyzstan. I just said we have helped Kyrgyzstan with its border infrastructure: we provided 225 million, 200 million as grant support, 500 million to the development fund, including more than 200 million already invested, overall, almost $1 billion, whereas loans issued to Belarus alone exceed $6 billion.

Our market is fully open to Belarusian goods; oil is supplied duty free to Belarusian refineries; refined oil products are further supplied from Belarus to other countries and the taxes go to the Belarusian budget.

If you look at the IMF statistics, you will see the impressive figures of hidden and direct support for the Belarusian economy. But we do not regret it, because it is being done for long-term goals, and the Russian economy benefits and will benefit from this collaboration, because it strengthens our synergies and enhances our joint competitiveness. Therefore, this money is not wasted, but is invested in meaningful actions aimed at future results.

There will always be disputes. I am sure that we will find a way out of any situation, even those that seem too difficult at first glance.

Question: My first question is for Mr Atambayev. Some forces are trying to present the criminal case against Mr Tekebayev as being politically motivated. How do you respond to these allegations? Is Tekebayev actually facing political reprisals? Could you comment on this, please?

Almazbek Atambayev:

You know, I think I commented on this issue back in 2010, when people were dying on the Maidan (here in Bishkek). When people were dying in the south of the country in ethnic clashes, someone was embezzling millions up here. I talked about it in 2010. Afterwards, I said on a number of occasions that all this will resurface sooner or later. Yesterday I saw an interview with this Russian citizen on a Russian website. He was brave enough to testify. He was asked: “Why haven’t you come forward earlier?” What he answered was: “I was afraid and did not believe that the President would take up this case.”

It’s no secret that everyone thought that Atambayev, just like many others, was getting his cut. We all know that after the 2010 revolution in Kyrgyzstan, in Bishkek, there was pillage and racketeering, a lot of filth. This is a hard pill to swallow. Some people died, ordinary people, and those who came to power on their blood started to make money. The fact that not only Tekebayev, but also many others, how should I call them, activists who headed the interim government are shouting on every corner about it shows that they are afraid that their shady dealings will come to light.

Let me reiterate that a thief should be in jail, no matter who he or she is. If someone served on the interim government in 2010 or was a government official, this does not buy you forgiveness. This is the problem for any revolution. Ordinary people die, and someone benefits from it, makes a lot of money. For this reason this case has nothing to do with politics. The fact that many are now afraid that their dealings will come to light is a political issue. They will claim that they are facing repression, and so on. What repression are you talking about? This is just fraud and corruption. If there were only two Russians making such statements, it would make things much easier. First, there will be many more people, since there were a lot of witnesses. Second, for the last three years Omurbek Abdurakhmanov, a former parliament member from the same Ata-Meken Party, has been talking about it. All this will become known. I do not know whether the next President will have the moral courage to see it through to the end, but I will definitely do all I can. When I am no longer President, I will stay in politics.

Trust me, yesterday, when I met with parents of the young men who died, their children were there too, and all they asked for was that those who enriched themselves instead of working honestly pay the full price. I think that these demands are justified. This will teach everyone a lesson not to do such things in the future. Let me reiterate that we must teach a lesson to these marauders, those who covered up their actions, the raiders, corrupt officials, so that no one follows their example. Many people benefited from the hardships people faced.

In 2005 and in 2010 history repeated itself in that there was always someone who made money off it. Trust me, if many more people start offering such testimony tomorrow, arguing that Atambayev was also involved, it will not come as a surprise for me. But Atambayev has never been a thief. He worked hard to earn his money. When Atambayev did become a millionaire, many of today’s millionaires were only starting out. Salambekov was only starting out, and Babanov was a student at the Agriculture Academy in Moscow, but I was already a multimillionaire in dollars by then. I just wanted to make sure you remember that.

Maybe I am too emotional, but it is time to work, to stop these revolutions, because they do nothing but kill people.

What I want to say is that the country has changed, law enforcement agencies have changes, the government has changed and so did the President, who has the trust of the people. We will no longer tolerate any mess in the country. Any attempts to pressure the government by force will be suppressed swiftly. If someone wants power, go ahead, the new president of Kyrgyzstan will be elected on November 19.

Question: Mr. Putin, you have covered the outcomes of your visit to Bishkek in detail, but you visited three Central Asian republics over the past few days. What’s your take on current relations with these republics, and what are the promising areas of cooperation with these countries?

And if I may, a somewhat off-topic question regarding the Syrian settlement. Mr President, what do you think about the current stage of efforts to reach a settlement in Syria? Do UN Security Council sanctions interfere with this process? What do you think about the role of other states in resolving the Syrian conflict? Thank you. Sorry for the long question.

Vladimir Putin:

Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, which I visited, are our strategic partners and allies. In all these countries, Russia ranks first in terms of bilateral trade and, despite current economic headwinds, Russia has retained this position. I've already mentioned the effectiveness of our institutions in the Eurasian Economic Union. The economic growth and increase in industrial output in these countries are the best evidence of this fact. These objective data speak for themselves.

What else is important for us in our collaboration? For example, Tajikistan is not a member of the Eurasian Union, but we have very good bilateral relations, and positive economic results. There are things that we need to adjust on a bilateral basis, such as establishing logistics centres in Tajikistan, which we agreed upon today, in order to ensure the speedy supply of inexpensive products to our market, especially in anticipation of the upcoming season. We agreed on creating logistics centres and continuing to provide reduced rail tariffs. In general, we are actively working on all issues across the board.

Providing security, fighting crime and terrorism are equally important, especially in this region, given that fairly complex if not grave processes, which are a source of shared concern for us, are unfolding in neighbouring Afghanistan. However, all these countries are members of the Collective Security Organisation. We will use this platform to further coordinate our actions and make the necessary efforts, and during the visit we covered this issue in great detail.

With regard to Syria, we cannot but be pleased that the Astana process was very positive through to the end. The consolidation of the ceasefire agreement and the establishment of a mechanism to monitor the ceasefire are its undisputed outcomes. Without this, it would be impossible to continue the Geneva talks. All is not as smooth as we would like, but we always have the Astana platform as a backup, so to speak. We are grateful to the leadership of Kazakhstan for the fact that the President himself was personally involved even in the negotiation process.

With regard to the sanctions, I think it is totally inappropriate in relation to the Syrian leadership because it would not help the negotiation process, and instead would damage or undermine trust during the negotiation process. Russia will not support any new sanctions on Syria.

Link: http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/53964

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Putin, Atambaev.
Vladimir Putin with President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev.
Vladimir Putin, Almazbek Atambaev, diplomats.
Signing of documents following Russian-Kyrgyzstani talks.
Vladimir Putin and Almazbek Atambayev.
Joint news conference with President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev.
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Joint news conference with President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev.
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Joint news conference with President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev.
Diplomats, documents, presidents.
Signing of documents following Russian-Kyrgyzstani talks.
Russian President Mr Putin.
Joint news conference, Russian President.
Vladimir Putin.
Joint news conference, Vladimir Putin.
Almazbek Atambayev.
Joint news conference, President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev.
President Putin, Almazbek Atambayev.
Russian President with President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev.

Congratulations to La Stampa’s editorial staff and readers.

Vladimir Putin congratulated La Stampa’s editorial staff and readers on the 150th anniversary of the newspaper’s first issue.


The congratulatory message reads, in part:

“Congratulations on the 150th anniversary of the publication of the first issue of La Stampa, one of the oldest periodicals in Italy and all of Europe, a continent traditionally known for such values as freedom of expression, objectivity, impartiality and the readiness to allow any viewpoint to find its way to the reader. However, over the past several years, some of the most influential media outlets in Europe have turned into a tool to manipulate public opinion. Information wars have become a daily reality. The co-opted media prefer to present a distorted picture of what is going on to suit entrenched interests, and planted news stories have begun not only to ruin individual lives but also to redefine the political landscape of entire countries.

La Stampa is a model of journalism’s traditional values. Your publication gives voice to people with different views and provides good opportunities for constructive discussion. As a result, it is invariably marked by a profound and comprehensive analysis of current events, objectivity and well-substantiated evaluations.

Your staff writers have always been true professionals who sincerely love and know their trade and who firmly adhere to the lofty principles of journalistic ethics. Your highly professional work and responsible civic stance contribute to strengthening trust and mutual understanding among people from various countries and help address the pressing problems of modern society.”

Link: http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/53841


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Accreditation for journalists. CSTO Collective Security Council.

The Presidential Press and Information Office’s Department of Accreditations and Briefings is now taking accreditation requests to cover the meetings of the CSTO Collective Security Council and the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council scheduled to take place on December 26, 2016 in Saint Petersburg.


Accreditation requests can be submitted in electronic form only via
www.kremlin.ru (http://en.kremlin.ru/press/accreditation/request/31)
until 5 pm Moscow time on December 21, 2016.

Foreign media representatives must have accreditation from the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Contact telephone numbers:
+7–495–606–40–27;
+7–495–606–20–35.

The list of accredited journalists has been published.

The news conference will be held on December 22, 2016 at 12 pm Moscow time.


Information about the venue and entry procedures for accredited journalists will be sent to email addresses provided in the accreditation form.

Television channels Rossiya-1, Rossiya-24 and Channel One will broadcast the news conference live, as will radio stations Mayak, Vesti FM and Radio Rossii.

Television channel Public Television of Russia (OTR) and its site (http://www.otr-online.ru/online/) will provide live sign language interpretation of the news conference.

The news conference’s host broadcaster is National State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK).

For all questions regarding provision of video signal media outlets can contact +7 (495) 232–98–03 (Tatyana Kashintseva, tkashintseva@vgtrk.com);

For all questions regarding use of stand up positions please contact +7 (916) 035–13–91 (Dmitry Kashmanov, dkashmanov@vgtrk.com).

Attention television journalists: In the venue hall and adjacent rooms, please do not use radio microphones and other radio systems that can create interference with the equipment used by VGTRK, which is carrying out live broadcast of the event for Russian and foreign television channels. If you need to record material or go on air in these areas, please use only microphones with cables.

Link: http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/53476


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  • Абзаров Евгений Александрович - "АС Байкал ТВ", оператор
  • Абибуллаев Асан Айдерович - ТК "Миллет", корр.
  • Абрамов Юрий Сергеевич - НТВ, техник
  • Абрамян Виктор Романович - "Авторадио", корр.
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  • Авраменко Роман Владимирович - “Липецкое время", оператор
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  • Азиз Горан - ТК "Rudaw", оператор
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  • Акиньшина Лилия Анатольевна - ТВЦ, корр.
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  • Алейников Максим Петрович - РЕН ТВ, техник
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  • Александров Александр Владимирович - МТРК "МИР", оператор
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  • Алексеев Владимир Владимирович - "Вместе-РФ", техник
  • Алексеев Роман Альшерович - "Stranatalantov.сom", корр.
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  • Алексеева Татьяна Владимировна - "Слобода", корр.
  • Алёхина Валерия Константиновна - НТВ, корр.
  • Алещев Сергей Андреевич - "Kyodo news", переводчик
  • Алиас Торт Мануэль - ТВ3, корр.
  • Алиев Магомед Исмаилович - Журнал "Дагестан", корр.
  • Алиева Назира Рустамбековна - ГТРК "Дагестан", корр.
  • Алымов Александр Николаевич - "МК в Астрахани", корр.
  • Альдиева Белла Тамерлановна - "Ингушетия", корр.
  • Альястро Джузеппе - АНСА, корр.
  • Амелютин Вячеслав Евгеньевич - ТК "Звезда", оператор
  • Аминов Ильшат Юнусович - ТНВ, продюсер
  • Аминов Саид Муйдинович - "Большая Москва", фотокорр.
  • Амиров Мухтар Магомедкамильевич - Газета «НУР», корр.
  • Анасова Куралай Бримжановна - "Магнитогорский рабочий", корр.
  • Андреев Владимир Федорович - URA.Ru, фотокорр.
  • Андреева Алла Анатольевна - "Рязанская Газета", корр.
  • Андрианова Анна Викторовна - "Bloomberg", корр.
  • Анискин Владимир Алексеевич - ТВ "Асахи", оператор
  • Анищенко Станислав Николаевич - "Городские вести", корр.
  • Анищенков Алексей Иванович - "Первый канал", техник
  • Анохина Марина Владимировна - "Наш сибирский характер", корр.
  • Антонов Михаил Робертович - "Рейтер", оператор
  • Антонова Дарья Руслановна - "Regnum", фотокорр.
  • Антонова Наталья Игоревна - "Milknews", корр.
  • Артамонов Александр Германович - "Ньюсинфо", корр.
  • Артюков Алексей Витальевич - Радио "Звезда", корр.
  • Артюшенкова Анна Андреевна - "Вологда-Портал", корр.
  • Арутюнова Карина Львовна - TVE, продюсер
  • Архипов Илья Владимирович - "Bloomberg", корр.
  • Астапкович Владимир Константинович - "Россия сегодня", фотокорр.
  • Астрашевская Анастасия - "Platts", корр.
  • Афанасьев Андрей Сергеевич - ТК "Царьград", корр.
  • Афанасьев Иван - "Сельмашевец", корр.
  • Ахильгов Рамазан Русланович - ГТРК "Ингушетия", оператор
  • Ахмедов Магомедбек Лабазанович - "Замана", корр.
  • Ахмедов Мурад Магомедович - Журнал "Дружба. Дагестан", корр.
  • Ахметзянова Лилия Завдатовна - "Chelny-biz.ru", корр.
  • Ашихмин Алексей Александрович - "Интерфакс", корр.
  • Аюуш Огторгуймаа - ИА "МОНЦАМЭ", корр.
  • Бабенко Евгений Юрьевич - ИА "Тюменская линия", корр.
  • Бабков Леонид Дмитриевич - RTVi, оператор
  • Багрянцев Виктор Борисович - TV RT, техник
  • Баев Дмитрий Сергеевич - ГТРК "Ставрополье", оператор
  • Бажайкина Анна Викторовна - МТРК "Мир", корр.
  • Бажанова Наталия Евгеньевна - "Первый канал", продюсер
  • Баженов Михаил Анатольевич - "Бизнес ФМ", корр.
  • Базунова Мария Евгеньевна - "Знамя Победы", фотокорр.
  • Бай Сюэци - ИА "Синьхуа", фотокорр.
  • Байбулатов Артур Андреевич - "Новости Югры", фотокорр.
  • Байдакова Анна Андреевна - "Новая газета", корр.
  • Байрамов Эльнур Сойин оглы - "Российская миграция", фотокорр.
  • Байрашев Роберт Гомерович - "Столичное образование", фото
  • Балабанова Ольга Юрьевна - "Магнитогорский металл", корр.
  • Балабин Александр Анатольевич - "Первый канал", техник
  • Балаг Экбал Шауки - "Аль Джазира", оператор
  • Балаева Гиляна Александровна - "Калмыкия", корр.
  • Баландин Алексей Владимирович - STV, продюсер
  • Балашов Дмитрий Александрович - "Ридус", корр.
  • Балаян Александр Владимирович - ТК "Россия", продюсер
  • Балданов Баир Дашеевич - "Буряад Yнэн", корр.
  • Балдин Игорь Александрович - ТК "Звезда", корр.
  • Балицкий Александр Александрович - ТК "Россия", корр.
  • Бандура Дмитрий Юрьевич - "Никкей", продюсер
  • Баньоли Маттиа Бернардо - АНСА, корр.
  • Бао Цзайчжун - ТВ "Феникс", техник
  • Баранов Павел Александрович - "Лайфньюс", оператор
  • Баранова Ольга Александровна - "Первый канал", техник
  • Барановский Андрей Сергеевич - "Интерфакс", корр.
  • Баронова Мария Николаевна - "ВВП и Альтернатива", корр.
  • Барсуков Владимир Борисович - "Общественное мнение", корр.
  • Баскова Инна Владимировна - ГТРК "Курган", корр.
  • Батманова Анастасия Николаевна - "Вестник Чернушки", корр.
  • Батчаева Мадина Мухаммедовна - ТК "Архыз 24", корр.
  • Баулина Маргарита Валерьевна - "Семья. Общество", корр.
  • Бахтеев Рамиль Раисович - "Взгляд-инфо", корр.
  • Бачина Ольга Яношовна - "Городские новости", корр.
  • Башлыкова Наталья Александровна - "АиФ", корр.
  • Баянова Кристина Вячеславовна - "СТС-Кузбасс", корр.
  • Бедарев Дмитрий Павлович - "Первый канал", оператор
  • Бедняков Павел Викторович - "Известия", фотокорр.
  • Безносов Сергей Анатольевич - "Вместе-РФ", оператор
  • Бейлина Виктория Вячеславовна - "Управленческое консультирование", фотокорр.
  • Беликов Дмитрий Валерьевич - "Наш сибирский характер", фотокорр.
  • Белинский Валерий Николаевич - ТВЦ, оператор
  • Белов Алексей Владимирович - "Первый канал", оператор
  • Белов Андрей Александрович - "Медиа 73", корр.
  • Белов Дмитрий Львович - "Первый канал", оператор
  • Белоусов Игорь Олегович - "Матч ТВ", оператор
  • Белоусова-Петровская Дарья - "Беларусь-1", корр.
  • Белых Наталья Юрьевна - "КБП", корр.
  • Белявски Александр - Радио "Румыния", корр.
  • Беляев Сергей Арнольдович - "Кимры Сегодня", фотокорр.
  • Беляков Евгений Владимирович - "Russia Today", техник
  • Бердникова Надежда Геннадьевна - "Вундеркинд", корр.
  • Бердникова Светлана Васильевна - "CBS News", корр.
  • Бескоровайный Артем Сергеевич - RT TV, оператор
  • Бирюков Андрей Валерьевич - "Bloomberg", корр.
  • Бирюков Олег Юрьевич - "Саратов 24", оператор
  • Благонравов Павел Юрьевич - РБК-ТВ, оператор
  • Блашкевич Андрей Александрович - ТАСС, корр.
  • Бобрецов Сергей Борисович - "Федеральные ведомости", корр.
  • Богатенкова Татьяна Юрьевна - газета "Оренбуржье", корр.
  • Богданов Леонид Викторович - ТК "Звезда", оператор
  • Богомолов Александр Вячеславович - ИА "РуСМИ", продюсер
  • Богомолов Алексей Юрьевич - «Город Че», корр.
  • Богомолов Вячеслав Игоревич - "КраснаяМосква.рф", корр.
  • Богословская Ольга Михайловна - "Матч ТВ", корр.
  • Бокарев Владимир Владиславович - "Первый канал", оператор
  • Болдырев Олег Сергеевич - Би-Би-Си, корр.
  • Болотин Юрий Евгеньевич - ТК "ДоброеТВ", продюсер
  • Болотина Алла Анатольевна - ТК "ДоброеТВ", корр.
  • Болтаевская Юлия Сергеевна - "Забайкальский рабочий", корр.
  • Большаков Дмитрий Юрьевич - ТК "Россия", техник
  • Бондаренко Александр Сидорович - ТВ-ИН, корр.
  • Бондаренко Анатолий Анатольевич - ТК "Россия", техник
  • Бондаренко Сергей Геннадьевич - МТРК "МИР", оператор
  • Бондарчук Дарья Сергеевна - FSN, продюсер
  • Бонет Кардона Мария Пилар - EL PAIS, корр.
  • Борискин Андрей Юрьевич - ТРК "Истоки", оператор
  • Борисов Станислав Михайлович - ТРК "Петербург", оператор
  • Борисова Анастасия Андреевна - "Радио России", корр.
  • Бороухин Андрей Александрович - ТК Россия, техник
  • Бостанов Алий Умарович - ГТРК "КЧР", оператор

 

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list-journalists
List of journalists accredited to cover  press conference of Vladimir Putin.