Ukraine’s infrastructure minister said two Danube ports continued to operate after Russian drone attacks, while the nation’s military intelligence service said a Russian assault ship and a submarine had been damaged in an attack carried out on a shipyard in annexed Crimea.
(Bloomberg) — Ukraine’s infrastructure minister said two Danube ports continued to operate after Russian drone attacks, while the nation’s military intelligence service said a Russian assault ship and a submarine had been damaged in an attack carried out on a shipyard in annexed Crimea.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held their first summit in four years, meeting at a space center in the Amur region. Putin said North Korea was interested in Russian space rockets and his country would potentially be willing to help it build satellites, according to the state-run RIA Novosti news service.
In the European Union, Russian billionaire Victor Rashnikov, who made his fortune as the owner of Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel PJSC, lost a court fight against his inclusion on the bloc’s sanctions list. Dozens of wealthy Russian business bosses and family members have taken to Luxembourg-based courts in a bid to break free of penalties imposed after the invasion of Ukraine.
- Kim, Putin Meet at Russian Space Center for Possible Arms Deal
- Russian Steel Tycoon Rashnikov Loses Fight Over EU Sanctions
- EU Girds for Tough Enlargement Debate With Wary Eye on Russia
- Bulgarian Cabinet Supports Lifting Ukraine Grain Import Ban
- Russia Reports Fire at Sevastopol Shipyard After Missile Strike
Russian oil-export revenues rose to a 10-month high in August, according to the International Energy Agency. The nation received $17.1 billion last month from overseas supplies of crude oil and petroleum products, $1.8 billion more than in July, the agency said in a monthly report.
- North Korea’s Kim Jong Un continues Russia visit this week, with plans to go to Komsomolsk-on-Amur and Vladivostok
- Russian and Chinese foreign ministers plan to hold talks on Sept. 18 in Moscow, according to Tass
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