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Insight |  Moscow |  23.11.22

Vladimir Putin and Diaz-Canel Unveiled Monument to Fidel Castro

Presidents of Russia and Cuba, Vladimir Putin and Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, unveiled a monument to Fidel Castro in Moscow. In his speech, Putin recalled that Castro was an outstanding statesman and politician, the founder of the modern Cuban state.  “Fidel Castro devoted his whole life to the selfless struggle for the triumph of the ideas

Insight |  Moscow |  18.11.22

Moscow School Canteens Updated Menu According to Children’s Wishes

Nuggets, meatballs, muffins, croissants and other new dishes have appeared in Moscow school canteens, according to the new menu compiled according to the wishes of schoolchildren. The new 15-course menu was jointly developed by the Association of Social Nutrition Enterprises in the field of education and healthcare and the city expert advisory council of the

Insight |  Moscow |  17.11.22

Moscow Got in Top Cities With Most Expensive Parking

Moscow got into the top 10 ranking of the most expensive parking in the world. For the price of an eight-hour parking, the Russian capital was the second in the world.  The encyclopedia of parking lots, Parkopedia, has published a rating of the cost of parking around the world. Russia ranks first in it in

Insight |  Moscow |  27.10.22

Moscow University Creates Military Journalism Course

The course of military journalism is being created at one of the faculties of the Lomonosov Moscow State University in order to teach students to cover military topics professionally. This was announced by a member of the Union of Publishers of the Guild of Periodicals Publishers, General Director of the Argumenty i Fakty Publishing House

Insight |  Moscow |  25.05.22

Moscow Mayor Announced ‘COVID Amnesty’

Moscow authorities have decided to stop collecting fines imposed but not paid for violating coronavirus restrictions, as well as to pay subsidies to businesses and citizens to compensate for previously paid fines, as said by the city mayor Sergei Sobyanin.   “Administrative penalties have made a significant contribution to solving the problem of saving the health

Insight |  Moscow |  20.05.22

Kremlin Approved Idea of ‘Donbass Defenders Square’ Near US Embassy

Press Secretary of the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov, spoke in favour of the idea to name the square at the US Embassy in Moscow in honor of the defenders of Donbass.  On May 18, 2022, four deputy associations in the Moscow City Duma (“United Russia”, “Communist Party”, “Fair Russia”, and “My Moscow”) proposed to the

Business |  Trading |  21.03.22

Realtors Named Top Moscow Districts in Number of Real Estate Deals

The top three among the districts of Old Moscow for transactions in the primary market since the beginning of the year were Khoroshevo-Mnevniki, Nizhegorodsky, and Ochakovo-Matveevskoye.  Khoroshevo-Mnevniki has taken the first place in the rating of Moscow districts in terms of the number of transactions in the primary market of Old Moscow since the beginning

Insight |  Moscow |  17.03.22

Moscow Mayor Allocated Grants to Support Russian Fast Food Chains

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has allocated grants to support domestic fast food chains. The condition for receiving the grant is the opening of new catering outlets in the fast food segment operating in the affordable prices segment.  Earlier in Moscow, measures were taken to counteract the special closure of certain enterprises that are closed without

Insight |  Moscow |  14.03.22

Moscow Taxi Drivers Becoming More Careful on City Roads

In Moscow, from January to February 2022, the number of violations in taxis decreased by 7 per cent compared to the same period last year, which was announced on March 14 by the official Telegram channel of the city’s Department of Transport.  “The number of violations in taxis in January-February decreased by 7 per cent