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James Brooke: Massive US military aid headed to Ukraine

The Berkshire Eagle 21 May 2022
As Russia bombs Ukraine’s railroad network, Moscow knows what will come down the tracks this summer ... On May 9, Russian President Putin celebrated VE Day in Moscow ... To minimize body bags coming home to the politically crucial cities of Moscow and St.
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Russia is Using "Civilian" Ships to Circumvent Closure of the Bosporus

The Maritime Executive 19 May 2022
This is not the first time Moscow has done this, either ... 2) Russian-flag roll-on/roll-off cargo ships (ro-ros) of “private” Russian companies like Moscow-based M Leasing, which are owned by or working on behalf of the Russian government, such as Adler, Angara, and Lady Mariia, carry defense exports and transport weapons.
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And Now, Some Quick World War II Updates

Yankton Daily Press 13 May 2022
In Moscow, there was a parade of Russian military vehicles intended to honor the Soviet Union’s harrowing triumph over Nazi Germany decades ago, as well as remind the world now of the earth-shaking might apparently still at the ready ... to lend or lease war material to London and Moscow while technically — and barely — remaining a noncombatant.
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Biden Administration Cancels Oil and Gas Lease Sale in Alaska’s Cook Inlet, Reports Say

Sputnik 12 May 2022
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The administration of US President Joe Biden has canceled the oil and gas lease sale in the Cook Inlet in Alaska, the CBS News broadcaster reported ....
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Analysis: Aircraft lessors gird to battle insurers over Russia jet default

Reuters 11 May 2022
DUBLIN, May 10 (Reuters) - Lessors with hundreds of jets stuck in Russia are preparing for what one said would be a "vigorous" pursuit of insurance claims while maintaining discreet contact with some customers after Moscow blocked the jets from leaving ... The Russian airlines who leased the planes were a lucrative market before the invasion.
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Analysis-Aircraft lessors gird to battle insurers over Russia jet default

FX Empire 10 May 2022
DUBLIN (Reuters) – Lessors with hundreds of jets stuck in Russia are preparing for what one said would be a “vigorous” pursuit of insurance claims while maintaining discreet contact with some customers after Moscow blocked the jets from leaving ... The Russian airlines who leased the planes were a lucrative market before the invasion.
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US reveals date of major step in arming Ukraine

Russia Today 06 May 2022
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has confirmed that President Joe Biden will sign the Lend-Lease Act of 2022 on Monday ... The symbolism will almost certainly raise eyebrows in Moscow ... Moscow has repeatedly condemned the US and its NATO allies for delivering arms to Ukraine, insisting that the inflow of supplies will only prolong the conflict.
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European Parliament demands return of 400 ‘stolen’ aircraft from Russia

The Irish Times 06 May 2022
The European Parliament has demanded the return of over 400 aircraft from Russia, many of them belonging to Irish leasing companies, which Moscow has kept in the country after the industry was hit by sanctions.
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European Parliament demands return of 400 'stolen' planes from Russia

The Irish Times 06 May 2022
The European Parliament has demanded the return of over 400 aircraft from Russia, many of them belonging to Irish leasing companies, which Moscow has kept in the country after the industry was hit by sanctions.
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Russia’s Sovcomflot Scrambles to Sell a Third of Its Fleet to Comply With Western Sanctions

Anti-Empire 05 May 2022
Editor's notice ... Source ... This stance is notably at odds with the approach being taken by Russian companies in the aviation sector, where more than 400 foreign-leased planes were seized by Moscow following the incursion into Ukraine. The ensuing legal battle has seen leasing companies make claims that could top $10bn, according to Fitch Ratings.
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Tuesday evening UK news briefing: Putin's humiliating U-turn to avoid Russian debt default

The Daily Telegraph 03 May 2022
Evening briefing. Today's essential headlines. Local election campaign trail ... Imran Ahmad Khan ... Putin forced into U-turn to avoid default ... The climbdown from Moscow comes as the world's second-biggest aircraft leasing company, Dublin-headquartered Avolon, has taken a $304m (£242m) hit after some of its planes were "stolen" by the Kremlin ... .
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Special purpose vehicles linked to sanctioned Russian firms delisted from Dublin exchange

Irish Independent 01 May 2022
It said issuers were notified in advance.SCF is linked with PAO Sovcomflot, a Moscow-listed shipping company. Both GTLK vehicles are connected with the Russian transport leasing company GTLK ... Maturities ranged from 2024 to 2028.Alrosa and Sovcomflot said they were committed to fully discharging their obligations under the notes ... .
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Insurer soothes investors’ fears over Ukraine losses

The Times/The Sunday Times 28 Apr 2022
As a major insurer to aircraft leasing companies, ... Moscow has said that it will introduce new laws making it illegal for planes to be handed back.
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In Praise of Partition

Antiwar 19 Apr 2022
... the coup on the streets of Kiev by extremist anti-Russian Ukrainian nationalists and proto-fascists that caused the Russian speakers in Crimea to panic and Moscow to become alarmed about the status of its historic naval base, for which it still had a lease running to the 2040s.

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