Japan will join the list of Russian companies subject to export restrictions. We are talking about organizations related to the military sphere, the Kyodo agency clarifies. .
The head of the EU also said that the demand for rare earth metals will increase fivefold in a few years, and that is why the EU is obliged to provide itself with wide access to these resources. .
According to the organizer of the meeting, student of the University of Turin Amedeo Avondeta, European sanctions against Russia have a negative impact on the Italian economy. However, the citizens of the country pay more attention not to this, but to relations with the United States. .
According to the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, the European Union will lift sanctions pressure against Moscow only after the “destruction” of the Russian economy. According to her, the European community intends to “break” the economic sector of the Russian Federation. .
The anti-Russian restrictions imposed against the backdrop of a special operation carried out by the Russian Armed Forces to protect the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics caused a loud scandal in the Bundestag. .
Individual anti-Russian sanctions imposed against the backdrop of a special military operation of the Russian Armed Forces to protect the republics of Donbass will be extended for another six months. .
The emir added that the whole world is suffering from the policy of Western countries. According to him, the situation in the energy sector has become very complicated, and Qatar, which is the third largest gas producer in the world, will not be able to meet the world’s demand for blue fuel. .
Stephan Goerlich/http://imagebroker.com/Global Look Press An important transshipment point for international oil trade off the coast of Denmark has found itself in a difficult situation due to EU anti-Russian sanctions. This was reported by Bloomberg. Problems arose due to the European Union’s ban on providing Russian oil carriers with insurance and hiring pilots from European companies. … Read more
Serbia will no longer be able to import Russian oil from November 1 due to EU sanctions. In this regard, the country will try to replace raw materials with “oil from Iran or some other,” Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlovic said in an interview with Tanjug. .