Russian observers have suspicions over the "special" voting technologies used during the Scottish independence referendum and expect the announcement of results that will either confirm or disprove their suspicions.
Evgeny Mikhailov, the head of Russia’s above-ground transit network, MosGorTrans, said today, September 18, that negotiations are taking place with an IT infrastructure company to equip Moscow’s buses, trolleybuses and streetcars with Wi-Fi. Mikhailov has said that Moscow’s above-ground public transit network will feature free Wi-Fi by 2015, Russian news service Moskva reported.
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The Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (PRUE) is introducing several new degree programs this academic year. In an interview with Rossiya Segodnya, the university’s Vice Principal, Leonid Bragin, talks student exchange programs, dual degrees and teaching in English.
Rossiya Segodnya spoke to Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov about the second humanitarian convoy to Ukraine, hopes for UN participation in the resolution of the conflict, and Russia’s interaction with and attitudes toward proposed changes to the functioning of the Security Council.