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Russian crude unable to reach India amid sanctions – Bloomberg

Several ships loaded with Russian crude oil ordered by India have been unable to deliver their cargo and are now heading away from their intended destination, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing vessel-tracking data. The deliveries to India have reportedly been hampered by payment issues stemming from Western sanctions. The US treasury pledged …

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EU set to consider security pledge to Ukraine – Bloomberg

The EU has pitched a framework of security commitments for Ukraine to its member states, seeking to substantially boost Kiev’s military power and bring it closer to the West, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. However, several EU states have been opposed to arms deliveries to Kiev, while expressing skepticism about accession …

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Zelensky fears a new ‘Maidan’ – Bloomberg

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky told journalists on Thursday that he has received tips about a Russian influence campaign aimed at destabilizing his government, according to a Bloomberg report. He claimed that various intelligence agencies had informed him about the purported operation. Ukraine’s top leadership has experienced divisions in recent months, …

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US, Israel weighing peacekeepers for Gaza – Bloomberg

US and Israeli officials are mulling an international peacekeeping force for the Gaza Strip should Israel successfully remove Hamas from power, Bloomberg reported, suggesting American troops could take part in the deployment. The two countries have been “exploring options” for Gaza’s future as Israel escalates its ground assault on the …

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US preparing another $2 billion in arms for Ukraine – Bloomberg

The Pentagon is set to unveil another $2 billion in military aid for Ukraine, hoping to bolster the country’s air defenses as Kiev launches its much-touted counteroffensive against Russian forces, Bloomberg News has reported. The announcement is likely to come later this week, the outlet said on Thursday, citing unnamed …

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Ukraine launches fire sale of state assets – Bloomberg

Ukraine is looking for “brave” investors as it seeks to sell big state-run companies at distressed prices to raise funds for its aid-dependent budget, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing the head of the State Property Fund (SPF), Rustem Umerov. Currently, more than 3,500 companies are listed as state-owned with almost …

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Ukraine’s EU backers skeptical of counteroffensive – Bloomberg

Some EU nations supporting Ukraine have started to doubt whether Kiev will be able to recapture large swathes of territory this year, Bloomberg has reported. Even a modest advance would likely result in heavy casualties among Ukrainian personnel and require considerable amounts of ammunition and hardware, the outlet claimed, citing …

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NATO to double down on offer to Ukraine – Bloomberg

The foreign ministers of NATO member states are set to reiterate the military alliance’s readiness to welcome Ukraine into the bloc in principle, Bloomberg has reported. However, they are also expected to make it clear that Kiev cannot join at present. A two-day meeting of NATO foreign ministers got underway …

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Russia won’t attend Washington nuclear summit – Bloomberg

Russian representatives will no longer take part in an upcoming nuclear energy meeting in the US capital, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing the International Atomic Energy Agency. The IAEA offered no explanation for the purported schedule change.  An unnamed official from the agency said top figures from Moscow’s state energy …

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China boosts Russian energy imports – Bloomberg

Chinese imports of Russian energy have jumped 75% since the start of the conflict in Ukraine and the ensuing sanctions war between Moscow and the West, Bloomberg reported on Monday, citing China’s latest customs figures. According to the data, covering the period from March to July, Beijing’s purchases of Russian …

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