Mosmetrostroy is one of the big-scale Russian companies engaged into construction of major facilities of urban transport infrastructure. Its history has started in 1931, when it was necessary to implement the government’s decision to build a subway in the Russian capital. For 80 years the workers of the company have built 180 Moscow subway stations, laid 600 km of main line tunnels, and constructed junctions and more than 30 km of hubs.
Do you pay attention to how faces are changing with age? A charming woman suddenly sees in the mirror circles under her eyes, lowered corners of the eyebrows, eyes, and lips, fallen cheeks, and ineffective curves of the body contour. Speaking the language of science, age-related changes are accompanied by an increase in the skin area and reduced amount of subcutaneous fat.
It is difficult to imagine the political map of the world of the beginning of the new millennium without the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, its active foreign policy, and the socio-economic transformations, which had been held in the country under the leadership of the President Hugo Chavez during the last fourteen years.
How would you evaluate the efficiency of involvement with the compatriots from the time it was decided to resume such involvement?
HAVANA, CUBA (03/AGO/2013.) - Ships of the Russian Navy arrived on Saturday in Havana to meet a program of activities, stated the Ministry of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Cuba (FAR).
The naval vessels fired in salute 21 gun salute, while the FAR responded with an artillery battery from the Fortress of San Carlos de La Cabaña.
LONDON, GREAT BRITAIN (09/JUL/2013.) - The U.S. intelligence ex-technician Edward Snowden has not formally accepted the offer of asylum by the government of Venezuela, as reported on Tuesday b the WikiLeaks website, after a Russian lawmaker sparked a great deal of confusion about the legal status of the consultant confined in a Moscow airport.
Brazil increased its military spending by 34% between 2011 and 2012. The number was released by the Ministry of Defence. Many of the resources were considered strategic programs such as the development of submarines for the Navy, fighter aircraft modernization and development of transport aircraft KC-390, which is not yet available. Other areas that received an injection of resources included updating aerial gunnery system and recovery of damaged equipment.
MOSCOW, RUSSIA (01/JUN/2013.) - The presidents of Russia and the U.S., Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama, have instructed their security services to find a solution to the case of the CIA ex-technician Edward Snowden, today announced Nikolai Patrushev, secretary of Russia's Security Council.
QUITO, ECUADOR (27/JUN/2013.) - Ecuador's government announced on Thursday that it waives tariff preferences it receives from the United States due to the pressures of the case of former U.S. spy Edward Snowden, who sought asylum at the South American country.
The communications secretary of the Presidency of Ecuador, Fernando Alvarado said Ecuador "does not accept pressure or threats from anyone, and does not trade the principles for the mercantile interests, however important they may be".
Enniskillen, UK (17/JUN/2013.) - United States and Russia acknowledged today that their positions on the conflict in Syria are divergent, but stressed that share mutual interest to end violence and warring parties to negotiate.
The U.S. president, Barack Obama, and Vladimir Putin, discussed today at the G8 summit, the dramatic situation in Syria during a meeting that lasted more than two hours.