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West African leaders agree to impose gradual sanctions on Guinea junta
West African leaders agreed at an emergency summit Thursday to impose gradual sanctions on Guinea’s junta over its inflexibility on setting a date to return to civilian rule.
Raeisi: Sanctions, terrorism, war results of unilateralism
Iran's President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi said there are a number of major problems facing today’s world, all of which stem from unilateralism.
Putin: Western sanctions danger for entire world
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the West’s sanctions were short-sighted and a danger for the entire world which he said was increasingly turning towards Asia.
Russia demands sanctions are lifted before it resumes gas supplies
Russia won’t resume gas supplies to Europe until western sanctions are lifted, the Kremlin warned.
Türkiye dismisses concerns over U.S. sanctions warning
The U.S. Treasury's warning to Türkiye that its companies risked being sanctioned if they did business with sanctioned Russians was "meaningless," Finance Minister Nureddin Nebati said on Friday, assuring businesspeople there was no need for concern.
US warns of sanctions against Türkiye over Russia ties
Türkiye's business community confronted growing US pressure on Wednesday to break off its growing ties with Russia or face potentially crippling sanctions linked to the Russia’s military operation in Ukraine.
Guterres warns of global food crisis amid West's anti-Russia stance
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned of a global food crisis as the West's anti-Russia stance is creating "obstacles" to the flow of Russian food products and fertilizers to the world.
Iran revives long-delayed LNG project despite U.S. sanctions
Iran has revived a major liquefied natural gas (LNG) project that was delayed for years because of U.S. sanctions on the Iranian petroleum sector.
Orban: Europe shot itself in the lungs with sanctions on Russia
The European Union has “shot itself in the lungs” with ill-considered economic sanctions on Russia, which, unless rolled back, risk destroying the European economy, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday.
Iran: Certain states use unilateral coercive measures as political leverage
Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations said certain states use unilateral coercive measures against other countries as political leverage.

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