Main announcements March 20 - News - Society - Kommersant

Main announcements March 20 - News - Society - Kommersant

Russian President Vladimir Putin will speak at the Russia-Africa parliamentary conference. He will take part in the annual extended meeting of the board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.

The leaders of the Russian Federation and China, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping, will publish articles in the press, where they will express their assessments of the state of relations between the two countries. On March 20-22, as part of Xi Jinping's visit to Moscow, an informal meeting of the leaders of the two countries will take place. It is planned to sign two documents - on improving joint partnership in a new era and on developing key areas of Russian-Chinese economic cooperation until 2030.

In Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will hold talks with Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan.

Raiffeisenbank is introducing a fee for maintaining accounts of legal entities in dollars and euros. The commission for the amount of the incoming balance on the accounts in US dollars over 50,000 dollars or euros at the beginning of the calendar day will be 0.03% per day.

The canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church will hold a synod where it will decide on actions in response to demands to leave the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra.

The Moscow Arbitration Court will consider on the merits the claim of H&M Hennes & Maurits LLC, the Russian division of the Swedish trading company H&M, on the recovery of property from the illegal possession of Park Amusement LLC, the owner of the Dream Island shopping and entertainment complex.

The Southern District Military Court will consider the case on the fact of the attack in 1999 on the Russian military in Chechnya, where 15 people were killed, against Roman Gakaev, gang member Shamil Basaev and Khattab.

Brussels will host a meeting of the EU Foreign Affairs Council chaired by EU diplomat Josep Borrell. The foreign ministers will discuss the situation in Ukraine and exchange views on Tunisia.

The IMF Board of Directors will consider approving a $2.9 billion bailout agreed to in 2022 for Sri Lanka.

The main announcements of the upcoming week are in compilation "b".

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