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PM Modi Speaks To Prez Putin, Discusses Bilateral Trade, Ukraine

The two leaders reviewed the implementation of the decisions taken during President Putin's visit to India in December 2021

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Russian Forces Capture Territory Along Frontline River In Eastern Ukraine

Moscow's separatist proxies claimed to have captured Toshkivka, a town on the mostly Ukrainian-held western bank of the Siverskyi

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Putin Warns West Against Sending Longer-Range Rocket Systems To Ukraine

Putin's comments, in a TV interview that aired Sunday, came days after the U.S. announced plans to deliver 700 million of security assistance for Ukraine

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Putin Blames West For Food, Energy Crises

The Kremlin leader said Russia wasn't blocking grain shipments from Ukraine and that the West is using Russia as a scapegoat for its problems

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Putin Blames West For Emerging Global Food And Energy Crisis

Putin also said Western sanctions against Russia would only worsen world markets reducing the harvest and driving up prices

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G7 Attempts To Isolate Moscow Make Global Food Crisis Worse: Russia

Russia-Ukraine War: "Attempts to divert Russia economically from long-standing channels of international cooperation are only exacerbating economic and food crises," Russian foreign ministry said

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Putin Warns These Two Nations, Says Will Have To Face The Consequences As Ukraine

Vladimir Putin has threatened Finland and Sweden by naming them this time. He made it clear that if these two countries become a threat, then they will also face the consequences

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How Russia's Weaponisation Of Oil Could Backfire

Oil is a fungible commodity in a global market: If one source cuts off shipments, importing countries can just buy more oil from other suppliers, although they may pay higher prices on spot markets than they would have under long-term contracts

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Russia's Weaponisation Of Oil Could Backfire By Destroying Demand For It

If Europeans can reduce their gas consumption quickly as the heating season winds down and gas power plants are replaced with other sources, they can slow the onset of pain. Fuller's use of liquefied natural gas imports from coastal terminals could also help

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Russia To Target More Countries After Ukraine? President Zelenskyy's Strong Warning

"All the nations that, like us, believe in the victory of life over death must fight with us. They must help us, because we are the first in line. And who will come next?" Zelenskyy said in a video address late on Friday

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Putin Claims Victory in Mariupol

In a televised meeting with his defence minister inside the Kremlin, Putin said there was no need for a final confrontation with the last defenders who were boxed in after surviving nearly two months of Russia's siege

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Will Direct Energy Eastwards: Vladimir Putin

"EU countries talk of cutting off energy supplies from Russia, driving up prices and destabilising the market", Putin said

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Becoming "More And More Difficult" For Putin To Fund Ukraine War: US

The White House is planning another set of sanctions on Russia. This is likely to be announced on Wednesday.

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Pay In Roubles Or We'll Cut Off Your Gas: Putin Warns Europe

Energy exports are Putin's most powerful lever as he tries to hit back against sweeping Western sanctions imposed on Russian banks, companies, businessmen and associates of the Kremlin in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine

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India Says US, Russia Ties 'Stand On Their Own Merit' Despite Ukraine War

India is the only major country close to the United States that not to have condemned Russia's invasion of Ukraine or imposed any sanctions on it

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