Foreign relations of Russia
Russian foreign policyforeign policyForeign policy of Russiaforeign affairsRussiaforeign policiesforeign policy of the Russian Federationits foreign policyrepresenting a multitude of nations in RussiaRussia's foreign policy
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Russian governmentGovernment of the Russian Federationgovernment
]]The foreign relations of the Russian Federation are the policy of the government of Russia by which it guides the interactions with other nations, their citizens and foreign organizations.
Russian PresidentPresidentPresident of the Russian Federation
The President determines Russia's position in international affairs, alongside with the Prime Minister and the Government of the Federation, and represents the state in international relations, conducts negotiations and signs ratification documents.
Moscow, RussiaMoscow, Soviet UnionMoskva
Moscow, like with any national capital, is also the host of all the foreign embassies and diplomats representing a multitude of nations in Russia.
Sergei LavrovForeign Minister LavrovLavrov
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov was quoted as saying in response that "Russia has long since fulfilled all its Istanbul obligations relevant to CFE".
A Russian foreign policy expert at London's pro-Western Chatham House, has described him as "a tough, reliable, extremely sophisticated negotiator", but adds that "he's not part of Putin's inner sanctum" and that the toughening of Russian foreign policy has got very little to do with him.
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Dmitri MedvedevMedvedevDimitry Medvedev
On 31 August 2008, Medvedev announced a shift in the Russian foreign policy under his government, built around five main principles:
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