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Britain is reviving naval convoys because of Ukrainian grain

Warships can be used to transport grain from Ukraine to countries in need of export. This was stated by Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis. He...

Donohoe on Ukraine: We’re very conscious of their human suffering at this terrible time

Remarks by Paschal Donohoe following the Eurogroup meeting of 23 May 2022 Let me start this press conference with a thought for the people of...

Why are there no parachutes in passenger planes?

At a glance, the idea of every passenger on a plane having their own parachute is great - if something happens during a flight,...

Kommersant: Russia has set the conditions for the export of grain to the EAEU

Russia demanded from the members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) to introduce quotas and duties on grain exports to third countries. This is...

FT: Estonia, Lithuania and Bulgaria became leaders in inflation growth in the EU

It is noted that the highest inflation rate in Europe is observed in Turkey at 70 percent due to the collapse of the lira. The...

The solidification of the Russian ruble – a harbinger of economic collapse

According to experts, the country will suffer its worst recession since the early 1990s Capital controls and rising interest rates have solidified the Russian ruble,...

Why is China buying Africa?

More than one billion people live in Africa, and the continent is expected to be responsible for more than half of the world's population...

The Russians broke records in property purchases in Turkey

The sales of residential properties in Turkey mark growth with almost 40% on an annual basis in April, according to official data. The current...

After 30 years of presence: McDonald’s leaves Russia

After 30 years of presence: McDonald's leaves Russia The American fast food chain closed, albeit temporarily, all its establishments in March, after the beginning of...

Historical deal: Moscow “bought” Renault for 1 ruble

Russia's Ministry of Industry and Trade has announced that Russian assets of the French carmaker Renault are becoming state-owned, Russian news agencies reported. AvtoVAZ will...
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