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What the Papers Say, Apr. 29, 2013

BBC Monitoring
Today's Russian-language newspapers focus on Prosecutor General Yury Chaika's comments on NGOs and other issues to the Federation Council, whether Anatoly Chubais has links to the CIA and Russians' attitude toward gays.

Russia, Japan 'Determined' to Conclude Peace Treaty

During the first visit of Japan's prime minister to Russia in over a decade, leaders of the two countries expressed "firm determination to conclude a peace treaty" after 67 years of largely futile attempts to resolve the territorial row over the Kuril Islands.

First Exchange-Traded Fund Launched at Moscow Exchange

Russia entered the $2 trillion global market for exchange-traded products with the launch of the first exchange-traded fund on the Moscow Exchange by international investment management group FinEx ETF on Monday.

Polish Gas Group PGNiG Sacks CEO Over Gazprom Deal

Polish gas monopoly PGNiG fired its chief executive on Monday after she failed to stop a joint venture with Russia's Gazprom from opening the way for a new Russian pipeline cutting out Poland's ally Ukraine.

Tajik Embassy Decries 'Atmosphere of Intolerance' in Russia

The Tajik embassy in Moscow has set up a support group to protect its citizens from harassment on entering and exiting Russia, citing an "atmosphere of intolerance" whipped up by Russian media and nationalist politicians.

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