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250,798 tourists visited Armenia in three months

 250,798 tourists visited in Armenia in the first quarter of 2022, Minister of Economy Vahan Kerobyan said, presenting the figures. “The number of tourists,...

Additional US sanctions to include ban on investment in Russia — White House

Additional US sanctions will include, among other things, a ban on investments in Russia and will be designed to weaken the key instruments of...

EU to propose import ban on Russia coal, chemicals, wood -source

The European Commission will propose on Tuesday to EU nations sweeping new sanctions against Russia, including banning imports of coal, wood, chemicals and other...

Ukraine tells EU to play rough with Russia on gas prices

Ukraine is telling the EU to give the Russians a taste of their own strong-arm tactics when it comes to gas prices. EU countries have...

Parliamentary standing committee disapproves opposition’s proposal to raise minimum wage up to 80,000 drams

The parliamentary standing committee on labor and social affairs disapproved the bill submitted by the opposition “Armenia” faction, which proposed to raise the minimum...

China Gas Buyers Seek Cheap Russian Fuel Shunned by the World

China’s top liquefied natural gas importers are cautiously looking to purchase additional Russian shipments that have been shunned by the market in a bid...

Ukraine war pushes eurozone’s inflation to a record 7.5

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has thrust the eurozone into a new economic reality where high inflation is no longer a temporary headache and seriously...

State Duma speaker suggests expanding list of Russian goods exported for rubles

It would be proper to expand the list of goods exported for rubles, including grain, crude oil and lumber goods, speaker of the State...

Australia announces Magnitsky-style sanctions on Russian individuals

Australia has introduced the first package of sanctions on Russian nationals suspected of corruption-related crimes and those whom the Australian authorities deem complicit in...

Heineken to exit Russia at cost of around 400 million euros

Dutch brewing giant Heineken said on Monday it has decided to exit its business in Russia at an expected cost of 400 million euros ($438...

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