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pay the toll
Russia to Pay 1.1Bln Euros Per Year Under EU Carbon Tax – Reports
Russia will likely pay more taxes to the EU than any other country, RBC cited its calculations as saying.
see you in court
Russia Takes Ukraine to European Court Over Post-Annexation Grievances
The filing marks Russia's first-ever interstate complaint with the ECHR and includes a slew of offenses it says Ukraine has committed.
European Rights Court Orders Russia to Recognize Same-Sex Unions
The ECHR ruling came in response to complaints by three Russian same-sex couples whose attempts to register their marriages in Russia were rejected.
EU Approval of Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine Faces More Delays Over 'Incomplete' Data – Reuters
The vaccine's developers are “not used to working with a regulatory agency like the EMA,” a source close to the EU regulator said.
EU Invites Russia to Discuss Mutual Vaccine Certificate Recognition – TASS
The EU has approached Russia regarding possible mutual recognition of vaccine certificates, EU Ambassador Markus Ederer said Thursday.
in the red
Russia Faces Huge Revenue Losses From Renewables Push, Finance Minister Warns
Russia is the world’s top energy exporter and its economy is heavily dependent on oil and gas.
Czech Republic Asks Russia to Pay for 2014 Arms Blast
Prague blames Russian military intelligence for the deadly 2014 explosion at an ammunition depot on its soil.
Kremlin 'Regrets' EU Rejection of Proposed Putin Summit
"President Putin was and remains interested in establishing working relations between Moscow and Brussels," the Kremlin said.
EU Leaders Rebuff German-French Push for Putin Summit
Berlin and Paris blindsided EU counterparts by putting forward a last-minute proposal for the bloc to resume meetings with Putin.
EU Imposes New Sanctions on Belarus
The package looks to hit key sources of revenue for Minsk after the forced landing of an airliner and arrest of a dissident journalist.
EU Must Seek 'Direct Contact' With Putin: Merkel
Merkel said the EU should seek direct talks with Putin even as it stands together against "provocations" from Russia.
Putin Urges Russia-Europe Cooperation in Essay on WWII Anniversary
The essay in German newspaper Die Zeit marks the 80th anniversary of the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union.
EU Delays Russia’s Sputnik V Covid Vaccine Approval – Reuters
The delay shrinks Sputnik V's prospects as part of the EU’s pandemic response.
Ex-Wirecard Exec Still in Moscow After Year On the Run – Reports
Jan Marsalek has been reported to be under the protection of Russian military intelligence near Moscow.
Majority of Europeans Don’t Trust Russia’s Coronavirus Vaccines – Poll
Only 7% of Europeans fully trust Russian-developed coronavirus vaccines, a study by the European Council on Foreign Relations said.
‘Profits or Principles’
Belarus Opposition in Exile Wants Tougher EU Sanctions Against Lukashenko
Activists told The Moscow Times they fear outrage over the forced landing of a plane in Minsk might not spark harsh enough action.
Russia to Welcome Foreign Football Fans Visa-Free for Euro Championships
Football fans attending this summer’s UEFA Euro 2020 championship will be able to enter Russia without a visa.
view from brussels
EU Says Russia Aims to ‘Integrate’ East Ukraine – Bloomberg
The EU paper reportedly points to local elections and Russian passports issued to Donbass residents as its supporting evidence.
EU Summons Russian Ambassador Over Retaliatory Sanctions
Russia barred entry to eight EU officials in response to its sanctions over abuses including the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
Russia Bars EU Officials as Latest Row Escalates
Moscow said its move was a response to sanctions imposed by the EU over the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
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