The European Union and the G7 agreed on measures against oil from Russia

Both measures, according to the plan of the initiators, should reduce the budget revenues of our country received from the production and export of oil. In fact, they will have no less impact than on Russia on the economies of European countries that depend on our supplies by a quarter, and in a global sense, … Read more

FAS agreed to increase gas tariffs from December 1

An increase in wholesale gas prices was approved by 8.5 percent. As explained in the FAS, indexation will not provoke a drop in demand for the resource, and it will be below the level of inflation. Some categories of citizens can count on benefits and subsidies when paying for utilities, the Ministry of Energy added. … Read more

NATO countries agreed to work more closely with Kyiv

NATO allies have agreed to continue to support Ukraine for as long as necessary. Such a statement on Tuesday, November 29, was made by Secretary General of the military bloc Jens Stoltenberg. “NATO allies will continue to support Ukraine for as long as it takes. We will not retreat,” he told reporters on the sidelines … Read more

Rosatom and the Namibian government agreed on uranium mining

pxhere.com Moscow, 27 November. The authorities of Namibia and representatives of the Rosatom company discussed a joint project to develop uranium deposits in the republic. According to the ambassador of the African country, the parties do not have major differences. But he clarifies that the holding needs to enlist the support of the local population, … Read more

EC: EU countries agreed to exclude gas from the Russian Federation from contracts for joint purchases

Energy ministers of the European Union (EU) countries have agreed to exclude Russian gas from contracts for joint purchases, the volume of which in 2023 should be at least 15% of the volume of gas storage in European countries. This is stated in the statement of the European Commission (EC), distributed on November 24 following … Read more

EC: EU countries agreed to exclude gas from the Russian Federation from contracts for joint purchases

Energy ministers of the European Union (EU) countries have decided to exclude Russian gas from contracts for joint purchases. This is stated in the statement of the European Commission (EC), distributed on the basis of the meeting held on Thursday, November 24 in Brussels. “The new rules will create opportunities for EU member states and … Read more

EU countries have not agreed on a “price ceiling” for Russian oil

According to journalists, a 45-day transition period will be introduced for buyers of Russian oil, which will affect oil with a delivery date up to January 19 inclusive. The bill also loosened an earlier provision that indefinitely barred ships carrying Russian oil purchased above a threshold from accessing European services to supply all oil, regardless … Read more

Belarus and Russia agreed on joint projects in the field of import substitution

Belarus and Russia agreed on 12 joint projects in the field of import substitution © Sputnik / Viktor Tolochko – Minsk. Archive photo MINSK, November 16 – RIA Novosti. Belarus and Russia have agreed on the financing of 12 import-substituting projects, informed on Wednesday, the press service of the Belarusian Council of Ministers. It is … Read more