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Russia to focus on China ties: Lavrov
Moscow will consider offers from the West to re-establish diplomatic and trade ties, but will turn its focus more sharply on developing relations with China.
Russia says it will resume talks when Ukraine is 'constructive'
Russia will be ready to return to negotiations with Ukraine "as soon as Kyiv shows a constructive position", RIA cited Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko as saying.
Rouble gains around 4%, heading back towards multi-year highs
The Russian rouble firmed around 4% against the dollar and euro on Monday, heading back towards multi-year highs hit last week, supported by capital controls and an upcoming month-end tax period.
Russia bans more US, Canadian officials from entering
Russia said it had so far banned 963 Americans from entering the country – including previously announced moves against US President Joe Biden and other top officials – and would continue to retaliate against “hostile” US actions.
Russia: It’s time to stop aid from Turkey to Syrian militants
Russia’s deputy U.N. ambassador said he sees no reason to continue humanitarian aid deliveries from Turkey to militant-held northwest Syria, accusing the West and the United Nations of insufficient efforts to deliver aid from Damascus and failing to finance “early recovery projects” to improve life for millions of Syrians.
Russia halts gas exports to Finland, takes Mariupol steelworks
Russia claimed victory in a months-long battle for Mariupol’s Avostal steel plant, taking it a step nearer to its goal of controlling Ukraine’s Donbas region, and halted gas exports to Finland in an escalation of an energy payment dispute with Western nations.
Russia says it will beef up forces near western border
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Friday that moves by Finland and Sweden to join NATO were part of an increase in military threats near Russia's western borders, and it was taking "adequate countermeasures".
Russia expels 85 diplomats from France, Spain and Italy
Russia said on Wednesday it was expelling a total of 85 embassy staff from France, Spain and Italy in response to similar moves by those countries, highlighting the damage to relations with leading EU members since it launched a military operation in Ukraine.
EU plans €300bn investment to quit Russian fossil fuels
The European Union intends to mobilise up to 300 billion euros of investments by 2030 to end its reliance on Russian oil and gas, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday.
Nearly 700 more Mariupol forces surrender: Russia
Nearly 700 more Ukrainian soldiers surrendered at the Mariupol steelworks in the past 24 hours, Russia said on Wednesday, but leaders were reported to still be holed up inside.
NIOC: Russians to start developing two Iranian oilfields 'soon'
Russians will soon start “executive operations” on developing two oilfields in Iran, Managing Director of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Mohsen Khojasteh-Mehr said.
Sweden, Finland NATO bid no threat to Russia but may 'trigger response': Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that while his country does not see Finland and Sweden's decision to join NATO as a threat, deployment of military infrastructure there may trigger a response from Moscow.
Finland confirms country will apply to join NATO
In a historic policy shift, Finland's President Sauli Niinisto confirmed on Sunday that his country would apply for membership of the NATO military alliance.
Ukraine says Russia withdraws from Kharkiv, batters east
Russian troops are withdrawing from Ukraine’s second-largest city after weeks of heavy fighting, the Ukrainian military said Saturday as Kyiv and Moscow’s forces engaged in a grinding battle for the country’s east.

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