What happens after the entry of Russian troops into Ukraine. Day 40 – Mir – Kommersant

Russian-Ukrainian talks are to continue online today. Western countries are discussing all new sanctions against Russia. “AvtoVAZ goes on vacation” due to the ongoing crisis in the supply of electronic components. ” How events unfold is in the Kommersant broadcast.

11:09. The Russian government has submitted a bill to the State Duma to adjust procurement legislation in the face of anti-Russian sanctions. The document provides, in particular, for amendments to the laws “On the contract system” (44-FZ) and “On procurement of goods, works and services by certain types of legal entities” (223-FZ).

11:07. Russia may reduce its production of liquid hydrocarbons by 1-1.5 million barrels per day in April due to difficulties with oil sales and reduced refining, Reuters quoted Russian and international analysts as saying.

11:02. More than 60 people were detained over the weekend in St. Petersburg for participating in an uncoordinated action against Russia’s special operation in Ukraine, 30 of whom received administrative arrests.

10:59. The renaming of the Russian Impressionist French Impressionist Edgar Degas by the National Gallery in London into “Ukrainian” is a model of “political cretinism,” said Mikhail Shvydkoi, the Russian president’s special envoy for international cultural cooperation.

10:52. Latvian gas supply company Latvijas gaze is studying Russia’s requirement to pay for gas in rubles both legally and in terms of the company’s business interests.

10:50. Poland has proposed that the European Union impose sanctions on all members of the United Russia party. This was stated on Monday at a press conference in Warsaw by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. As of the end of 2021, there were more than 2.3 million people in United Russia.

10:45. At the initiative of Speaker Igor Gross, Moldovan MPs observed a minute of silence in memory of civilians killed during the conflict in Ukraine. Earlier, the President of Moldova Maya Sandu decided that April 4 in the republic declared a day of mourning in memory of civilians killed in Ukraine.

10:40. The Federal Antimonopoly Service has approved the trade policy of Gazpromneft-Bituminous Materials LLC. This is the first case when the company undertakes to comply with the priority of supplies to the domestic market and refuses to focus on the formation of prices for foreign indicators and foreign exchange rates.

10:36. Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki said Germany was a major obstacle to tougher sanctions against Russia.

10:28. Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has signed a decree to increase the share of state funding in grants for the creation of domestic components for various industries this year.

10:27. The printing house in the Severny industrial park on the outskirts of Belgorod, which was damaged by rocket fire on April 1, has resumed work. The approximate damage from the damage is up to 10 million rubles, said the director of the company Konstantin Lakhnov.

10:09. Material assistance in the amount of 2 million rubles. will be paid in Tatarstan to the family of each serviceman who died during a special operation in Ukraine. The relevant decree was signed on Monday by Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov.

10:06. The dollar rose against the ruble at the opening of trading by 0.68% to 84.52 rubles, the euro – by 1.09% to 94.00 rubles. The stock market is growing by 2.07%.

10:01. Macron: The EU could move forward to discuss restricting oil and coal supplies from Russia.

9:56. French President Macron has said he supports new sanctions against Russia. Discussions on this topic at European level should take place in the coming days.

9:53. U.S. energy companies again increased the number of oil and natural gas rigs last week, but growth is still slow, according to Baker Hughes.

9:46. The United States has announced the first two sales as part of a plan to release 180 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Reserve (SPR): 20 million barrels are planned for May, and 70 million barrels will be sold from May to July. The remaining 90 million will be sold between August and October 2022, the energy ministry said.

9:43. Italian energy company Enel is going to leave the Russian market due to the escalation of the situation around Ukraine.

9:35. Roskomnadzor has restricted access to the website of the Ukrainian vacancy aggregator Jooble and its Belarusian version. On February 24, Jooble announced its closure in Russia and Belarus.

9:32. The April cold snap has forced Europe’s gas industry to start consuming underground gas reserves again instead of increasing them. According to the Gas Infrastructure Europe Association, EU UGS showed an increase in gas reserves from 22 to 30 March (injection exceeded sampling), but from 31 March they switched to net sampling again. In this regard, the loading of the Ukrainian gas transport corridor on Monday remains at the previous, maximum level of the long-term contract (40 billion cubic meters per year or 109 million cubic meters per day).

9:27. Prime Minister Boris Johnson insists on the need to supply Ukraine with anti-ship missiles so that it can protect the coast from shelling from the sea, according to The Times, citing sources in the British government.

9:24. Bild claims that up to 100 employees of Russian diplomatic missions may be expelled from Germany.

9:20. The United States intends to abandon the expensive program of developing new types of cruise missiles and instead focus on further deployment of small-scale ballistic missiles on submarines, according to the Japanese newspaper Nikkei, citing sources at the Pentagon.

9:17. The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation supported the amendments on criminal liability for the implementation of sanctions in Russia.

9:09. Britain intends to seek from Germany to tighten anti-Russian sanctions during a visit to London on Friday, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, according to The Times.

9:07. The Far Eastern enterprise Slavda has started producing carbonated drinks and promises that their taste should be the same as that of classic cola. Earlier, the manufacturer of Coca-Cola said it was suspending operations in Russia.

9:04. Turkey may take part in the evacuation of its citizens and citizens of other countries, including Ukrainians, from Mariupol by sea, said Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar.

9:02. The administration of US President Joe Biden discussed the possibility of imposing new anti-Russian restrictions in connection with the events in the Ukrainian town of Bucha. This was reported by the Washington Post on Sunday.

9:01. AvtoVAZ goes on corporate leave from April 4 to 24. Earlier, the company’s unified corporate leave was scheduled for July 25 to August 14, but was postponed “due to the ongoing crisis in the supply of electronic components and in order to prevent a significant reduction in employee earnings.”


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