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AMSTERDAM, Oct 26 (Reuters) - A Dutch appeals court ruled on Tuesday that a collection of ancient Crimean gold artefacts, claimed by Ukraine and museums in the Russian-annexed territory, should be returned to the Ukrainian state. "The Allard Pierson Museum is no longer obliged to return the pieces to the Crimean museums," the ruling said. "The rights of the Ukrainian state, based on the Law of Museums ... take precedence." The appeals court partially reversed the lower court's decision in 2019, finding that it had wrongly ruled that only governments could claim objects as cultural heritage. The University of Amsterdam, owner of the Allard Pierson Museum, has said the museum will continue to keep the objects in storage until all appeals are settled.
Persons: Pauline Hofmeijer, Rutten, Allard Pierson, Toby Sterling, Giles Elgood, Timothy Organizations: Allard Pierson Museum, Museums, University of Amsterdam, Timothy Heritage, Thomson Locations: AMSTERDAM, Ukraine, Russian, Ukrainian, Netherlands, Russia, Crimea, Crimean, Russia's
FILE PHOTO: A taxi car drives by Delimobil branded vehicles in Moscow, Russia May 20, 2020. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov(Reuters) - Russian car-sharing company Delimobil Holding S.A. said on Monday it would look to raise as much as $240 million in a U.S. initial public offering at a valuation of more than $900 million. The company plans to sell 20 million American Depositary Shares (ADSs) priced between $10 and $12 apiece. Delimobil was founded in 2015 and is one of Russia’s biggest car-sharing providers with a fleet of over 18,000 vehicles in 11 cities. Delimobil’s revenue rose to 4.93 billion roubles ($70.65 million) in the six months ended June 30, from 2.25 billion roubles a year earlier.
Persons: Maxim Shemetov, Delimobil Organizations: REUTERS, Delimobil Holding, UBS, New York Stock Exchange, BofA Securities, Citigroup, VTB, underwriters Locations: Moscow, Russia, U.S, Crimea, BofA
Oct 25 (Reuters) - Russian car-sharing company Delimobil Holding S.A. said on Monday it was looking to raise up to $240 million through an initial public offering in the United States. (Reporting by Niket Nishant in Bengaluru; Editing by Shounak Dasgupta)
Persons: Niket, Shounak Dasgupta Organizations: Delimobil Holding Locations: United States, Bengaluru
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson attends the Global Investment Summit at the Science Museum, in London, Britain, October 19, 2021. Leon Neal/Pool via REUTERSLONDON, Oct 25 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to bring forward by 10 years Russia's target for achieving net zero carbon emissions, Johnson's office said on Monday after the two leaders spoke by phone. read more"He (Johnson) welcomed the steps Russia has taken in recent days to commit (to) net zero by 2060," the statement said. "The prime minister expressed his hope that Russia will raise that target to achieving net zero by 2050 as well as making further progress on ending deforestation and an ambitious Nationally Determined Contribution." The Kremlin said Putin promised that Russia's delegation to Glasgow "will contribute to a successful work of such an important international forum".
Persons: Boris Johnson, Leon Neal, Vladimir Putin, Putin, Johnson, William James, Andrey Ostroukh, Estelle Shirbon, Michael Holden Organizations: Britain's, Global Investment, Science Museum, REUTERS LONDON, British, Kremlin, United Nations, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Russian, Russia, Scotland, Glasgow, Moscow
Russia's COVID-19 cases hit record as some regions impose curbs
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Medical specialists transport a patient outside a hospital for people infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Moscow, Russia October 13, 2021. Six regions, including the Samara and Perm regions east of Moscow, began their non-working days on Monday, TASS news agency reported. From this Thursday, Moscow will introduce its tightest lockdown measures since June 2020, with only essential shops like supermarkets and pharmacies remaining open. read moreUnvaccinated over-60s in the capital have been ordered to lock down for four months starting Monday, and Moscow schools are also closed. Reporting by Gleb Stolyarov and Dmitry Antonov; Writing by Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber; Editing by Mark TrevelyanOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Tatyana Makeyeva, Vladimir Putin, Putin, Dmitry Peskov, Peskov, Gleb Stolyarov, Dmitry Antonov, Gabrielle Tétrault, Farber, Mark Trevelyan Organizations: REUTERS, Sputnik, TASS, Thomson Locations: Moscow, Russia, MOSCOW, Samara, Perm
The leaders of China and Russia said they won't be at this week's COP26 climate-change summit. China emits around 28% of the world's CO2 emissions, while Russia emits around 5%. Their absence is especially significant given their nations' contributions to global emissions, with China producing an estimated 28% and Russia 5% of global CO2 output. Other world leaders at the summit may find it harder to strike a historic agreement on climate change without Xi and Putin around. China emits nearly 28% of the world's global carbon dioxide emissions, according to Our World in Data, more than any other country.
Persons: Xi, Russia's Vladimir Putin, Putin, Johnson, Boris Johnson, Dmitry Peskov, Joe Biden, Narendra Modi Organizations: Service, Kremlin, The Times, Reuters, AFP, India's Locations: China, Russia, Glasgow, Scotland, India
MOSCOW, Oct 25 (Reuters) - An explosion destroyed part of a five-storey residential building in Russia's Naberezhnye Chelny city, some 930 km (580 miles) east of Moscow, the emergency service said on Monday. Several people could be under debris, Interfax news agency reported, citing an unnamed source. Interfax and TASS state news agency also said a gas leak could be behind the explosion, citing anonymous sources. Reporting by Andrey Ostroukh; Editing by Andrew CawthorneOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Andrey Ostroukh, Andrew Cawthorne Organizations: TASS, Thomson Locations: MOSCOW, Naberezhnye Chelny, Moscow
MOSCOW, Oct 25 (Reuters) - The Russian defence ministry on Monday handed a protest note to a German military attache due to the German defence minister's comments over the need to deter Russia's nuclear capabilities, RIA state news agency reported. The Russian defence ministry said it summoned the German diplomat and "drew attention to the comments by German Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer on the nuclear deterrence of Russia, and a note was handed over," according to RIA. read more"This is the way of deterrence," German Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said of the plan last week. On Saturday, Russia Defence Minister Sergi Shoigu accused NATO of gradually gathering forces near Russia's borders and being unwilling to discuss European security with Moscow on equal terms. read moreReporting by Andrey Ostroukh; Editing by Mark PorterOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Annegret Kramp, Karrenbauer, Sergi Shoigu, Andrey Ostroukh, Mark Porter Organizations: German Defence, RIA, NATO, Defence, Russia Defence, Thomson Locations: MOSCOW, Russian, Russia, Moscow, Russia's
Russia's Delimobil targets over $900 mln valuation in U.S. IPO
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A taxi car drives by Delimobil branded vehicles in Moscow, Russia May 20, 2020. REUTERS/Maxim ShemetovOct 25 (Reuters) - Russian car-sharing company Delimobil Holding S.A. said on Monday it would look to raise as much as $240 million in a U.S. initial public offering at a valuation of more than $900 million. The company plans to sell 20 million American Depositary Shares (ADSs) priced between $10 and $12 apiece. Delimobil was founded in 2015 and is one of Russia's biggest car-sharing providers with a fleet of over 18,000 vehicles in 11 cities. Delimobil's revenue rose to 4.93 billion roubles ($70.65 million) in the six months ended June 30, from 2.25 billion roubles a year earlier.
Persons: Maxim Shemetov, Delimobil, Niket Nishant, Manya, Shounak Dasgupta, Aditya Soni Organizations: REUTERS, Delimobil Holding, UBS, New York Stock Exchange, BofA Securities, Citigroup, VTB, underwriters, Manya Saini, Thomson Locations: Moscow, Russia, U.S, Crimea, BofA, Bengaluru
Russia and China have grown closer in recent years, evidenced by a recent, first-of-its-kind naval drill near Japan. Russia and China naval ships conduct a joint military patrol in the Pacific Ocean, October 23, 2021. Russian Defense Ministry/Handout via REUTERSChina and Russia have steadily strengthened their relationship, particularly their military ties, since the end of the Cold War. Putin at a parade during Russia's Vostok 2018 military exercises, in which the Chinese military participated for the first time, September 13, 2018. US military officials have expressed concern about China and Russia's military cooperation but downplayed it as "superficial."
Persons: Joe Biden's, Nicholas Burns, Peter Dutton, Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin, Alexei Druzhinin, Burns, Christopher Bort, Bort, Putin, Alexei Nikolsky, Toshi Yoshihara, Russia —, Artyom Lukin, That's, , Lukin, John Kirby, Kirby, " Lukin Organizations: Service, China, Russian Defense Ministry, REUTERS, Pacific, China's Defense Ministry, Russia's Defense Ministry, US Naval War College, Reuters, RIA Novosti, National Security Council, National Intelligence Council, Getty Images China, Center for Strategic, Eastern Federal University, China entente, Pentagon Locations: Russia, China, Japan, Moscow, Beijing, Pacific, REUTERS China, Tsugaru, Osumi, East China, Russian, Shanghai, Eurasia, Russia's, United States
Moving forward in the process of offering NATO membership to Ukraine or Georgia risks igniting a major NATO-Russia conflict. Should an attack follow Ukraine or Georgia's formal acceptance into the alliance, NATO's Article 5 would legally require the United States to militarily intervene. The United States established the Monroe Doctrine in the early 1800s, claiming that any intervention by European powers in the western hemisphere would be viewed as an act hostile to the United States. By the end of the 19th century, the United States had successfully driven out all other great powers and established itself as the regional hegemon of the New World. Such an effort would start by taking Ukrainian and Georgian NATO membership off the table.
Persons: Lloyd Austin, Defense Lloyd Austin, Irakli Gedenidze, Sergei Lavrov, Biden, Sascha Glaeser Organizations: NATO, Service, Defense, Bucharest NATO Summit, Russian, Armed Forces of, Anadolu Agency, Getty, United, United States, Soviet Union, Moscow, Georgian NATO, University of Wisconsin - Locations: Europe, Ukraine, Georgia, Russia, NATO, United States, Russian, South Ossetia, Tbilisi , Georgia, Bucharest, Moscow, Abkhazia, Crimea, Western, Donetsk, Armed Forces of Ukraine, Monroe, United, Soviet, Florida, Russia's, Kyiv, Tbilisi, China, University of Wisconsin - Madison
BIYSK, Russia, Oct 23 (Reuters) - The beds at the intensive care unit at this Siberian hospital rarely stay empty for long. 2 in the Russian city of Biysk are having to cope with an unprecedented surge of coronavirus patients, many of whom are unvaccinated. Doctors at the hospital have to work up to three 24-hour shifts in a row. Last week, Biysk authorities reported a sharp rise in coronavirus infections. Inside the hospital, footage this week showed patients lying on beds hooked up to oxygen.
Persons: Olga Kaurova, Kaurova, Biysk, Aleksei Karhaukhov, Maria Vasilyeva, Matthias Williams, Timothy Organizations: Tolk, Timothy Heritage, Thomson Locations: BIYSK, Russia, Russian, Biysk, Moscow, Altai Krai, Europe
Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu attends the opening ceremony of the International military-technical forum "Army-2021" at Patriot Congress and Exhibition Centre in Moscow Region, Russia August 23, 2021. Sputnik/Ramil Sitdikov/Kremlin viaMOSCOW, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Russia's defence minister accused NATO on Saturday of gradually gathering forces near Russia's borders and being unwilling to discuss European security with Moscow on equal terms, Interfax news agency reported. Russia shut its diplomatic mission to NATO and the alliance's mission in Moscow this week after NATO expelled eight Russians accused of spying. "But it is NATO that is not ready for an equal dialogue on this issue," he said. "Moreover, the implementation of NATO's 'deterrence' plan in Afghanistan has ended up in a disaster, which the whole world is now dealing with."
Persons: Sergei Shoigu, Shoigu, Annegret, Polina Devitt, Timothy Organizations: Russian, International, Army, Patriot Congress, Exhibition Centre, Sputnik, NATO, Kremlin, Timothy Heritage, Thomson Locations: Moscow Region, Russia, Kremlin, MOSCOW, Russia's, Moscow, Germany, Europe, Afghanistan
Seven dead after fire at Russian chemicals plant
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MOSCOW, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Seven people have been killed and one wounded and nine others are missing after a fire broke out at a gunpowder and chemicals plant in Russia's western Ryazan province, the emergencies ministry said on Friday. The ministry said more than 170 firefighters were at the site. Reporting by Anton Kolodyazhnyy; Writing by Olzhas Auyezov; editing by John StonestreetOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Anton Kolodyazhnyy, Olzhas, John Stonestreet Organizations: Thomson Locations: MOSCOW, Russia's, Ryazan province
The exchange confirmed its listing plans on Monday and said it intends to use net proceeds from the IPO for general corporate purposes, including the increase of capital of its key operating subsidiaries, Best Efforts Bank (SPB Bank) and MFB Clearing Center (SPB Clearing). On Thursday, SPB said in a statement that BNY Mellon had agreed to begin providing custody services for Best Efforts Bank on Sept. 27, with the agreement covering services including asset servicing, securities, transaction processing and settlement. Procedures related to activating accounts were completed on Oct. 8, SPB said. It said the agreement would significantly improve the reliability of settlements and safe-keeping of securities of foreign issuers, as well as provide faster access to investment instruments from new jurisdictions for investors on the bourse. SPB, which was previously known as Saint-Petersburg Exchange before a rebranding this summer, said in July it was planning a public offering of additional shares to double its registered capital.
Persons: SPB, BNY Mellon Organizations: SPB, Bank of New York Mellon Corp, Reuters, Best, SPB Bank, Clearing, bourse, American, Nasdaq, Petersburg Locations: MOSCOW, U.S, United States, Saint
Gold nudges higher as weaker dollar lends support
  + stars: | 2021-10-21 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
Spot gold rose 0.2% to $1,784.96 per ounce by 0146 GMT. A weaker dollar on Thursday kept the metal close to the higher end of this range. Gold is often considered an inflation hedge, though reduced stimulus and interest rate hikes push government bond yields up, translating into a higher opportunity cost for holding bullion which pays no interest. Russia's gold reserves stood at 73.9 million troy ounces as of the start of October, the central bank said on Wednesday. Russia's Nornickel, the world's largest palladium producer, said its palladium production in the third quarter increased 9% to 598,000 troy ounces, while platinum output increased 8% to 145,000 troy ounces.
Persons: Russia's Nornickel Organizations: U.S . Federal, Bank of England, Reuters
WTA roundup: Aryna Sabalenka wins first match since U.S. Open
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Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Tennis - Women's Singles - Round 2 - Ariake Tennis Park - Tokyo, Japan - July 26, 2021. As a result, Wednesday marked her first action since falling to Canada's Leylah Fernandez in the semifinals of the U.S. Open. Second-seeded Garbine Muguruza also needed three sets to win her opener, defeating the Czech Republic's Tereza Martincova 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. Fourth-seeded Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova topped the United States' Bernarda Pera 6-2, 7-5, and Ekaterina Alexandrova routed Ukraine's Anhelina Kalinina 6-4, 6-1. The United States' Ann Li got past Russia's Varvara Gracheva 6-4, 6-2, and France's Alize Cornet advanced when China's Xinyu Wang retired while trailing 6-1, 6-7 (5), 4-1.
Persons: Aryna, Donna Vekic, Mike Segar, Aryna Sabalenka, Tomljanovic, Canada's Leylah Fernandez, Muguruza, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Bernarda, Ekaterina Alexandrova, Maria Camila Osorio Serrano, Elina Svitolina, Slovakia's Anna Karolina Schmiedlova, Romania's Jaqueline Cristian, Ann Li, Russia's Varvara Gracheva, France's Alize Cornet, China's Xinyu Wang Organizations: Croatia REUTERS, U.S ., Czech, Tenerife, United, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Belarus, Croatia, Moscow, Indian Wells, United States, Ukraine, Tenerife, Spain
Doses of the Sputnik V vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are seen at a vaccination centre in Zilina, Slovakia June 7, 2021. Russia said later Sputnik V is around 83% effective against the Delta variant. Gamaleya Institute, which is supervised by Russia's health ministry, developed the vaccine and oversaw the clinical trials, while Russia's sovereign wealth fund, the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), markets Sputnik V overseas. It said on Sept. 9 it was awaiting more data on Sputnik V before it could progress its review. "They keep changing the location of the vaccine production sites that are supposedly destined for Europe," he said.
Persons: Radovan Stoklasa, Sputnik V, Alexey Repik, Emilio Parodi, Polina Nikolskaya, Francesco Guarascio, Josephine Mason, Nick Macfie Organizations: Sputnik, REUTERS, Russia's, European Medicines Agency, Gamaleya Institute, Russian Direct Investment Fund, EMA, Pfizer, Moderna, Manufacturers, Reuters, World Health Organization, Russian, EU, Thomson Locations: Zilina, Slovakia, EU, Russia, Moscow, Europe, Yaroslavl, Brussels
A demonstrator holds up a sign as he attends a Fridays for Future climate strike in Milan, Italy ahead of Glasgow's COP26 meeting. The need to curb emissions will be high on the agenda of the Rome G20 gathering on Oct. 30-31, seen as a key stepping stone immediately ahead of broader United Nations climate talks, called COP 26, to be held in Glasgow, Scotland. However he added that such intransigence was normal at this stage and any concessions were unlikely to come before G20 climate sherpas meet face-to-face next Thursday and Friday, immediately before their leaders' weekend meeting. Big emitters like China, India and Russia tend to feel pressured and hectored by the Western countries at the G20, he said, making them defensive and reluctant to concede ground. The Rome G20 will also focus on the coronavirus pandemic and how to foster global economic recovery, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, who will chair the meeting, said on Wednesday.
Persons: Flavio Lo Scalzo, sherpas, Xi, Russia's Vladimir Putin, Britain's Alok Sharma, Mario Draghi, Gavin Jones, David Evans Organizations: REUTERS, UN, Italian, Thomson Locations: Milan, Italy, Scotland, Rome, Rome ROME, United Nations, Glasgow, China, India, Naples, Russia
MOSCOW, Oct 21 (Reuters) - The death toll from a mass poisoning linked to illegal alcohol in central Russia has risen to 24, the RIA news agency reported on Thursday, in the second such incident this month. Russia's Investigative Committee said on Saturday that 18 people who drank liquor containing methanol, a poisonous alcohol usually used for industrial purposes, had died from alcohol poisoning in the city of Yekaterinburg, about 1,450 km (900 miles) east of Moscow. "As of today 24 people (have died)," RIA cited a local prosecutor as saying on Thursday. The probe in Yekaterinburg found that victims had purchased alcohol from a group of people, two of whom were detained, the investigative committee said. The incident follows the opening of an inquiry earlier in October after 34 people died of alcohol poisoning in southwest Russia.
Persons: Alexander Marrow, Gabrielle Tétrault, Farber, Giles Elgood Organizations: Russia's, Thomson Locations: MOSCOW, Russia, Yekaterinburg, Moscow, Siberia
The logo of Russia's miner Norilsk Nickel (Nornickel) is seen on a board at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2017 (SPIEF 2017) in St. Petersburg, Russia, June 1, 2017. A diesel spill at its power plant in the same area last year caused Russia's worst environmental disaster in the Arctic this century. read moreThe company is now working with the Russian government to develop the air quality system which, if deemed successful, will eventually operate nationwide as part of a national environmental project. "Today, the air quality data is generated manually. "Our monitoring system, which allows anyone to assess air quality near Nornickel's operations, is now at a high level of readiness.
Persons: Norilsk, Sergei Karpukhin, Nornickel, Viktoria Abramchenko, Vladimir Potanin, Polina Devitt, Susan Fenton Organizations: St ., Economic, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: St, St . Petersburg, Russia, MOSCOW, Norilsk, Russia's, Norway, Finland
(Adds detail)MOSCOW, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Russia’s Renaissance Insurance Group will reduce the size of its IPO to $250 million from an initial $290 million, two sources told Reuters on Wednesday, selling only new shares plus an over-allotment option. The group has covered its IPO book at the lower end of the indicative price range, which had been set 120 to 135 roubles ($1.69-1.90) per share, a financial market source and a person familiar with the company’s plans said. The group said last month that it planned to list its shares on the Moscow Exchange and raise up to $290 million. It then said the offering size was expected to total up to 25.2 billion roubles ($355 million) when setting the indicative price range this month. Renaissance Insurance Group is one of a number of Russian companies that have decided to list shares as Russia’s IPO activity has picked up pace recently after being hit by the pandemic last year.
Organizations: Renaissance Insurance, Reuters, Moscow Exchange Locations: MOSCOW
MOSCOW, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Russia scrambled two Sukhoi Su-30 fighter jets to escort two U.S. B-1B strategic bombers over the Black Sea, the RIA news agency cited Russia's Defence Ministry as saying on Wednesday. A similar incident occurred on Sunday over the Sea of Japan, just days after an incident with a U.S. naval destroyer, also in the far east. read moreReporting by Maria Kiselyova; Writing by Alexander MarrowOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Su, Maria Kiselyova, Alexander Marrow Organizations: Russia's Defence Ministry, U.S, Thomson Locations: MOSCOW, Russia, Japan
A view from a Russian Sukhoi Su-30 fighter jet shows, what the Russian Defence Ministry identified as a U.S. B-1B strategic bomber and KC-135 military refueling aircraft flying over the Black Sea, in this still image taken from video released on October 20, 2021. Russian Defence Ministry/Handout via REUTERSMOSCOW, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Russia scrambled two Sukhoi Su-30 fighter jets to escort a pair of U.S. B-1B strategic bombers over the Black Sea, Russia's defence ministry said on Wednesday, an incident that coincided with a visit to the region by the U.S. secretary of defense. Visiting Ukraine on Tuesday, Lloyd Austin, the U.S. defense secretary, said that Russia was an obstacle to peace in eastern Ukraine and called on Moscow to end destabilising activities in the Black Sea and along Ukraine's borders. read moreMoscow blames Kyiv for a lack of progress in implementing a peace deal covering eastern Ukraine, something Ukraine denies. read moreB-1B bombers are being used in a series of exercises with NATO allies across Europe encompassing the Arctic, the Baltics and the Black Sea, Air Force Magazine reported earlier this month.
Persons: Russian Sukhoi Su, Su, Lloyd Austin, Maria Kiselyova, Dmitry Antonov, Alexander Marrow, Andrew Osborn Organizations: Russian Defence Ministry, KC, REUTERS, U.S . Air Force, U.S, Russian, NATO, Air Force Magazine, Thomson Locations: Russian Sukhoi, U.S, REUTERS MOSCOW, Russia, Russian, Russia's, Ukraine, Moscow, Japan, Europe, Baltics
MOSCOW, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday approved a government proposal for a week-long workplace shutdown at the start of November to combat an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths. Speaking at a televised meeting with government officials, Putin said this period, from Oct. 30 to Nov. 7, could begin earlier or be extended for certain regions. Authorities across the country have made moves to curb the spread of the virus, reflecting a growing sense of urgency as they confront widespread public reluctance to get injected with the Russian-made Sputnik V vaccine. read moreReporting by Vladimir Soldatkin, Darya Korsunskaya and Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber; Writing by Alexander Marrow; Editing by Mark TrevelyanOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Putin, Vladimir Soldatkin, Darya Korsunskaya, Gabrielle Tétrault, Farber, Alexander Marrow, Mark Trevelyan Organizations: Wednesday, Sputnik, Thomson Locations: MOSCOW, COVID, Russian
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