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Secretary Pompeo’s Phone Call With Edgars Rinkevics, Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Republic Of Latvia

U.S. Department of State

U.S. Department of State

The below is attributable to Spokesperson Heather Nauert:

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke by phone today with Edgars Rinkevics, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia. Secretary Pompeo congratulated Latvia on celebrating 100 years of independence in 2018 and reiterated the United States’ commitment to collective defense under Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty and to the security of Latvia. Secretary Pompeo and Minister Rinkevics also discussed global, regional, and bilateral issues of mutual concern.

Shooting Of Five Civilian Employees Of Donetsk Filtration Station

U.S. Department of State

U.S. Department of State

The United States condemns yesterday’s shooting of civilian employees of the Donetsk Filtration Station in Ukraine, which left five individuals wounded. The filtration station has temporarily shut down following the incident. In addition to endangering the lives of innocent civilians, this attack threatened water supplies for almost 350,000 Ukrainians living on both sides of the line of contact.

Yesterday’s incident follows closely shelling that severely damaged power lines near water pumping stations in the Donetsk region, which has endangered water supplies to over three million people. We urge Russia-led forces and Ukrainian Armed Forces to allow for maintenance workers to conduct repairs and prevent a new humanitarian crisis. We further call on all forces to withdraw from positions around the Donetsk Filtration Station and other critical civilian infrastructure.

The Department takes this opportunity to repeat its call on Russia to withdraw its forces from eastern Ukraine and fully implement its commitments under the Minsk agreements. As Russia instigated this conflict and continues to arm, train, lead, and fight alongside its proxy forces in the Donbas, Russia bears the responsibility for the worsening humanitarian situation in eastern Ukraine.

Holding Russia Accountable For Chemical Weapons Use In Salisbury, UK

U.S. Department of State

U.S. Department of State

Today, the UN Security Council and the Executive Council of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) met to discuss the OPCW’s recent findings related to the March 4 use of a military-grade nerve agent in Salisbury, UK.

The OPCW’s independent report, released last week, confirms the UK lab analysis regarding the identity of the chemical used in Salisbury. We applaud the OPCW’s expeditious support and technical efforts to uncover the facts.

We fully support the UK and the need for today’s special meetings of the OPCW Executive Council and the UN Security Council to discuss the chemical weapons attack in Salisbury and the OPCW’s detailed independent analysis.

As we have made clear, the United States agrees with the UK’s assessment that Russia is responsible for this use of chemical weapons on UK soil– either through deliberate use or through its failure to declare and secure its stocks of this nerve agent.

Only the Government of Russia has the motive, means, and record to conduct such an attack. Russia developed the type of military-grade nerve agent used in Salisbury and has a record of conducting state-sponsored assassinations.

Rather than changing its harmful and destructive behavior, the Russian government offers only denials and counteraccusations to deflect attention from its culpability.

The United States condemns the use of chemical weapons anywhere, anytime, by anyone, under any circumstances. We urge our colleagues on the UN Security Council and the OPCW Executive Council to join us, as they have before, to create a unified front against the use of chemical weapons. We cannot allow the normalization of chemical weapons use.

Russia Arms Market Research, Industry Analysis, Market Share, Insights

Russia Arms Market Research Report Outlook 2016-2024

Russian Arms Market

Russian Arms Market

According to Goldstein Research, Russia arms market occupied 25% share of the global arms market in 2015, which accounted for USD 32.0 billion in 2016, growing at a CAGR of 2.5%%.Russia stand for its cold-war legacy and government support in marketing and sales of arms to foreign nations are driving the growth in production of arms in Russia. Russia arms market segmentation has been done on the basis of type of arms and application. Strong customer base of US weapons and Moscow eating the exports of Russia by exporting to Venezuela are major challenges in growth of Russia arms market. Russia arms market is based on flexible arms deal with existing customers and to attract new customers. Russia is targeting the developing countries for the supply of arms by offering lucrative deals such as to Middle East and Asia-Pacific countries.

Market Segmentation

On the basis of our in-depth analysis, Russia Arms Market can be segmented as follows:

Based on Types of Arms
  • Land Based Weapon
  • Aerospace Weapon
  • Naval Weapon
Based on Application
  • Military Actions
  • Law Enforcement
  • Hunting & Sports
  • Self-Defense

“Russia Arms Market Industry Research” contains detailed overview of the Russia arms market.On the basis of our in-depth analysis, market can be segmented in terms of market segmentation by type of arms and application.

Further, for the in-depth analysis, Russia Arms Market Research Report  encompasses the industry growth drivers, market challenges, risk analysis, market attractiveness, BPS (Base Point Scale) analysis, Porter’s five force model and SWOT analysis. This market report also includes competitive outlook of some of the major players profiling of companies such asAlmaz-Antey Corporation, United Shipbuilding Corporation, United Aircraft Corporation, Tactical Missiles Corporation, Russian Helicopters, Uralvagonzavod, Vertolety Rossii AO, United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (UIMC), United Engine Corporation, High Precision Systems, Radio-Electronic Technologies Concern (KRET), Radio Technical and Informational Systems Concern (RTI), Sukhoi Company, Irkut Corporation, Sevmash, Salyut Machine-Building Production Association,etc. The company profiles include business strategy, geographical revenue distribution, major information of the companies which encompasses business outlook, products, services and industries catered, financial analysis of the company and recent developments. Overall, the report represents the Russia arms market trends along with market forecast that will help industry consultants, technology providers, existing players searching for expansion opportunities, new players searching possibilities and other stakeholders to align their market centric strategies according to the ongoing and expected trends in the future.

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Protect Civil Society In Ukraine

U.S. Department of State

U.S. Department of State

The United States strongly encourages the government of Ukraine to repeal legislation that requires the asset declarations from civil society and international members of state-owned-enterprise supervisory boards. Ukraine’s asset declaration system should hold public officials accountable and not place unnecessary burdens or pressure on civil society. This punitive law targets those very individuals who seek to increase transparency and accountability in Ukraine, fulfilling the promises of the Euromaidan and the Ukrainian people’s aspirations for a democratic country governed by the rule of law. We urge the Ukrainian government to expeditiously cancel the asset declaration requirements, in line with recommendations by the Venice Commission, and, in the interim, provide a temporary amnesty for those individuals who do not file declarations by the upcoming deadline.

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