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Russia in India's top 10 oil suppliers

The Times of India 25 Jun 2022
Russian oil now accounts for 10% of total crude imported by India as a surge in imports by private refiners during April-May has placed Moscow among the top 10 suppliers for the world's third-largest consumer ... Private refiners such as Reliance Industries and ...
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Ukraine Says It Uncovered Russian Spy Network Involving U.S.-Sanctioned Lawmaker

Radio Free Europe 25 Jun 2022
The State Security Service (SBU) on June 24 alleged that Derkach set up a network of private security firms to help facilitate the entry of Russian units into cities during Moscow's February 24 invasion.
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Sanctioned Russian’s Superyacht Docked in Dubai

The Algemeiner 25 Jun 2022
A yacht belonging to a sanctioned Russian billionaire parliamentarian Andrei Skoch is docked at Port Rashid terminal, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates June 24, 2022. Photo. REUTERS/Abdel Hadi Ramahi ... That has frustrated many Western diplomats who privately say the UAE position is untenable and siding with Moscow.Related coverage. June 25, 2022 9.37 am. 0.
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Russian oil accounts for 10% of India’s imports

The Times of India 24 Jun 2022
Russian oil now accounts for 10% of total crude imported by India as a surge in imports by private refiners during the April-May period has placed Moscow among the top-10 suppliers for the world’s third-largest consumer ... Private refiners such as Industries Ltd and Rosneft-backed ...
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Analysis: Russia has unified NATO. But Biden, G-7 allies face mounting challenges

Finger Lakes Times 24 Jun 2022
“This is a crisis G-7 ... or any other G-7 country will commit to significantly funding the initiative, seeking instead to harness contributions from the private sector. And it’s not clear how seriously they’ll try to ratchet up sanctions against Moscow, given the economic pain already being felt across the globe tied to the war ... Putin’s Feb ... .
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Russia has unified NATO. But Biden, G-7 allies face mounting challenges

Stars and Stripes 24 Jun 2022
“This is a crisis G-7 ... or any other G-7 country will commit to significantly funding the initiative, seeking instead to harness contributions from the private sector. And it’s not clear how seriously they’ll try to ratchet up sanctions against Moscow, given the economic pain already being felt across the globe tied to the war ... Putin’s Feb ... .
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News Analysis: Russia has unified NATO. But Biden, G-7 allies face mounting challenges

The Los Angeles Times 24 Jun 2022
KRÜN, Germany —  ... or any other G-7 country will commit to significantly funding the initiative, seeking instead to harness contributions from the private sector. And it’s not clear how seriously they’ll try to ratchet up sanctions against Moscow, given the economic pain already being felt across the globe tied to the war ... Putin’s Feb.
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Govt to import wheat from Russia: Dastgir

Urdu Point 23 Jun 2022
Federal Minister for Energy, Khurram Dastgir Khan Thursday said, the government is negotiating with Russia to import wheat as the US and EU sanctions against Moscow were not applicable on food items ... as the US and EU sanctions against Moscow were not applicable on food items.
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Sanctioned Russian oligarch yacht in Dubai as pressure grows

Killeen Daily Herald 23 Jun 2022
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A sleek $156 million superyacht belonging to a sanctioned Russian oligarch and parliamentarian is now docked in Dubai, the latest reminder of how the skyscraper-studded sheikhdom has become a haven for Russian money amid Moscow's war on Ukraine.
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Russian Finance Ministry Rules Out Sale of Oil for Bitcoin

Bitcoin 20 Jun 2022
Cryptocurrency payments, in terms of international transactions, are seen by the authorities in Moscow as an alternative option for small private business contracts, but this will not affect Russian oil deliveries ... Quoted by RTVI, Chebeskov elaborated. ... This is not about state settlements but private business only ... ....
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Russophobia: Russians in the West complain as some consider them personally responsible for the conflict ...

Russia Today 20 Jun 2022
As Moscow's military operation continues in Ukraine, many politicians and ordinary citizens have noted a growing degree of Russophobia around the world ... In a telephone conversation, the head of a private school in Moscow said almost all the expat teachers have quit since the end of February.
photo: AP / Alexander Demyanchuk, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool
Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures while addresses a meeting of the Council of Legislators under the Russian Federal Assembly at the Tauride Palace, in St. Petersburg, Russia, Wednesday, April 27, 2022.
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Vladimir Putin: ‘The Old World is Over’

Principia Scientific 20 Jun 2022
Openness, freedom, social justice, infrastructure, and technological sovereignty.Russia will “never follow the path of self-isolation and autarky,” but will expand interactions with anyone who wishes to trade, Putin said, adding there are “many such countries.” Moscow will also ...
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Jokowi set to play an unexpected global role as peacebroker

The Jakarta Post 19 Jun 2022
On June 14, Russian state news agency TASS quoted a Kremlin source as reporting about Jokowi’s visit to Moscow. Indonesian government officials privately confirmed the plan but declined to ...
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The Old World is Over: Key Takeaways from Putin’s First Major Speech Since Russia’s Military ...

The Liberty Beacon 19 Jun 2022
Russia will “never follow the path of self-isolation and autarky,” but will expand interactions with anyone who wishes to trade, Putin said, adding there are “many such countries.” Moscow will also support private enterprise, build and repair its transportation infrastructure, ...
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BP still major shareholder in Rosneft, says CEO

Business Day 18 Jun 2022
Igor Sechin, the head of Russian oil major Rosneft, said on Saturday that BP still remains its largest private shareholder despite having announced its departure in February after Moscow sent troops into Ukraine. Numerous Western companies, including oil majors, have left Russia since Moscow sent its armed forces into Ukraine on February 24.

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