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Arab League–Russia relations

 

Arab League–Russia relations

Russian-Arab relations

Russia

Pan-Arab States

Russia–Arab League relations include various contacts between the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.

Contents

  • Russian-Arab Business Council 1
  • Comparison 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Russian-Arab Business Council

Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev in the Arab League Headquarters in Cairo, Egypt.

The Russian-Arab Business Council is an organization that develops the trade and economic relations between Russia and the Arab countries and provides assistance in establishing business contacts between businessmen. It has already established a Russia-based TV station called Rusiya al Youm (ar:روسيا اليوم) meaning Russia Today, in Arabic. It is the first Russian station to be aired in the Arabic language.

Comparison

 Arab League  Russia
Population 360,029,936 143,800,000
Area 13,953,041 km² (5,382,910 sq mi) 17,075,400 km² (6,592,800 sq mi)
Population density 24.33/km² (63/sq mi) 8.3/km² (21.5/sq mi)
Capital Cairo Moscow
Largest city Cairo – 6,758,581 (17,856,000 metro) Moscow – 10,126,424
Organization and type of government political union Federal semi-presidential republic
Official languages Arabic Russian
Main religions 91% Islam, 5.8% Christianity, 4% others 73% Russian Orthodoxy, 13% Agnostic, 14% Islam
GDP (nominal) $1.898 trillion ($7,672 per capita) $2.109 trillion ($14,919 per capita)

See also

External links

  • http://www.russarabbc.ru/en/?PAGEN_2=5
  • Russia and the Arab world
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