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Russians fleeing war and repression seek solace in Istanbul

The Telegraph India 02 Jul 2022
They left Moscow with their three dogs. The Russian couple signed a lease for a year in the Sisli district, a commercial area in downtown Istanbul ... Ruslan Bobrik, a 43-year-old finance and IT consultant, defines himself as a digital nomad, and he worked in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan before moving to Moscow.
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Russia to spend $14.5 bln to boost local aircraft production amid sanctions

Reuters 27 Jun 2022
The Russian aviation industry has been in crisis since the West imposed sanctions after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, banning Russian airlines from flying to destinations in Europe, the United States and other countries ... Moscow has passed a law allowing the seizure of ...
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Russia to spend $14.5 billion to boost local aircraft production amid sanctions

FX Empire 27 Jun 2022
The Russian aviation industry has been in crisis since the West imposed sanctions after Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, banning Russian airlines from flying to destinations in Europe, the United States and other countries ... Moscow has passed a law allowing the seizure of hundreds of jets in response to those sanctions.
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Russia to spend $14.5 bn to boost local aircraft production amid sanctions | Mint

Live Mint 27 Jun 2022
The Russian aviation industry has been in crisis since the West imposed sanctions after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, banning Russian airlines from flying to destinations in Europe, the United States and other countries ... Moscow has passed a law allowing the seizure of hundreds of jets in response to those sanctions.
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IKEA to Close Russian Stores – Vedomosti

Moscow Times 22 Jun 2022
IKEA has notified landlords at 10 Moscow shopping malls that it will terminate its lease agreements before they expire, the newspaper cited commercial real estate sources as saying ... The lease terminations could cost the Swedish furniture retailer its deposit and up to six months of rent, experts told Vedomosti.
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Why Macron, Scholz and Draghi came to Kyiv

Yahoo Daily News 17 Jun 2022
Volodymyr Zelensky showed the consequences of the full-scale Russia's war in Irpen to the leaders of France, Germany, Italy and Romania. Read also ... At first, the guests were all smiles ... Their visit to Irpin will change their hopes of appeasing the Moscow dictator with concessions from Kyiv, and help launch a European lend-lease, NV’s sources hope ... ....
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Ukraine Proposes Lend-Lease Deal With US for LNG Supplies, Reports Suggest

Sputnik 15 Jun 2022
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Ukraine's energy sector officials have proposed signing an energy "lend-lease agreement" with the United States for up to 6 billion cubic meters liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies to the country, US newspaper Foreign Policy reported on Wednesday ....
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‘The return of banditry’: Russian car industry buckles under sanctions

The Observer 12 Jun 2022
Gadzhiev, who owns a fleet of four cars that he leases as taxicabs in Moscow, knew it was a terrible and expensive time for a breakdown ... Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport showing the company’s recently leased 777s parked on the runway “awaiting better times, if they come, of course”.
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Sri Lankan court lifts ban on detained Aeroflot flight from leaving Colombo

The Telegraph India 06 Jun 2022
The Airbus A330-343 aircraft, scheduled to depart from the Colombo airport to Moscow on June 2 with 191 passengers and 13 crew members, was not allowed as the owner of the aircraft -- Celestial Aviation of Ireland -- had filed a case against Aeroflot, pending arbitration on the lease of the aircraft in London.
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Russian plane departs for Moscow after being stranded for 4 days

La Prensa Latina 06 Jun 2022
The Irish firm was seeking to confiscate the Aeroflot jet after Russia failed to return its property following EU sanctions on Moscow, among them a ban on leasing planes following the invasion of Ukraine.
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Russian plane allowed to depart Moscow after stranded for four days

La Prensa Latina 06 Jun 2022
The Irish firm is seeking to confiscate the Aeroflot jet after Russia failed to return its property following EU sanctions on Moscow, among them a ban on leasing planes following the invasion of Ukraine.
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Detention of Russia's Aeroflot aircraft in Colombo is private legal issue: Sri Lankan PM

The Telegraph India 05 Jun 2022
Amidst a diplomatic row between Russia and Sri Lanka over the detention of an Aeroflot aircraft here, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has informed Moscow that the issue with the Russian flag carrier is not between two countries but a private legal matter, according to a media report on Sunday.
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Sri Lanka seizes Russian plane

Beijing News 03 Jun 2022
After Western states imposed sanctions on Russia, aircraft lessors demanded that Moscow return leased planes for fear of secondary sanctions and as restrictions barred them from pursuing financial relations with Russian air carriers ... demand to return them violated lease contracts.
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US blacklists Putin money-manager, luxury yacht brokerage for Russian elite

Raw Story 02 Jun 2022
The United States placed Russian President Vladimir Putin's money-manager and a Monaco company that provides luxury yachts to Moscow's elite on its sanctions blacklist Thursday, stepping up pressure over Russia's invasion of Ukraine ... Imperial both leases yachts to the Russian elite and manages yachts owned by Russian oligarchs, the Treasury said.
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Five Russian airlines have returned leased jets -document

Reuters 01 Jun 2022
June 1 (Reuters) - Five Russian airlines have returned more than two dozen leased airplanes to foreign lessors, a document seen by Reuters showed, even though Moscow has passed a law allowing the seizure of hundreds of jets as part a response to Western sanctions.

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