Showing posts with label loan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label loan. Show all posts

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Russia-Turkey S-400 Deal to Take On Western Policy of 'Chaos' in Middle East

The contract on the delivery of Russian-made S-400 air defense systems to Turkey has been agreed, but there is still no decision on a loan Moscow can provide to Ankara for the purchase, said Vladimir Kozhin, Russian presidential adviser on military and technical cooperation.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Moscow, Tehran Agree Key Terms of $7-8Bln Russian Loan

Moscow and Tehran have agreed on the main conditions of allotting Iran a $7-8-billion loan under joint projects with Russian companies, Iranian First Deputy Industrial Minister Mojtaba Khosrowtaj said Thursday.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Cyprus to make payments on its Russian loan on time (ambassador)

Cyprus won’t need another restructuring on the loan it received from Russia and will meet its obligations on time, Georgios Kasoulides, ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus to Russia said in an interview with TASS.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Russia Gives Ukraine Cheap Gas, Multibillion Dollar Loan.

MOSCOW, December 17 (RIA Novosti) – Russia on Tuesday sharply lowered natural gas prices for Ukraine and provided its economically struggling neighbor with a multibillion loan package in a move that Ukraine’s government may hope will spell an end to ongoing street protests.
President Vladimir Putin announced at a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart in Moscow that Russia will sell gas to Ukraine’s Naftogaz energy company for $268.5 per 1,000 cubic meters, well below the current level of more than $400. Putin said, however, the price may only be lowered temporarily.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Russia ready to give struggling Cyprus more money

Russia could provide support to Cyprus but the island state itself and the European Union must take the biggest share of a bailout, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has told a German newspaper.
The Mediterranean island, waiting for a multi-billion euro bailout after heavy exposure to debt-crippled Greece, has had to contend with misgivings from lender states on how committed it is to fighting money laundering and why the island is a magnet for Russian money.
Cyprus offers the eurozone's lowest nominal corporate tax rate and has had close political ties with Russia for decades.

Monday, January 21, 2013

Russia should stay out of lending to Cyprus – Deputy PM

Russia cannot afford to rescue European countries suffering from the debt crisis, without first thinking about its domestic needs, says the country’s Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov.
­"We need to be very frugal at the moment, very conservative,” Igor Shuvalov told Bloomberg.  
According to Shuvalov, Russia is not prepared to write off a $3.3 billion loan to Cyprus given in 2011. The loan was supposed to last three years, and earlier in January the Russian government announced it would consider granting loan concessions to Cyprus. In 2012 Russia considered a 5bn euro loan requested by Cyprus, but has yet to agree.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Russia to coordinate Cyprus loan decision with EU

Russia said on Friday it would only grant a bailout loan to Cyprus as part of a coordinated rescue with the European Union for the Mediterranean island state, which it said was seeking a total of 20 billion euros in aid.
Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told Reuters that Russia was considering a request for a 5 billion euro loan, and added that Cyprus was seeking a further 15 billion from the EU.
There was no immediate comment from authorities in Nicosia.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Russian loan will not ease Cypriot austerity plan

Cyprus will not ease off fiscal austerity measures required by its European Union partners if it secures a 5-billion-euro loan from Russia, its foreign minister said on Tuesday.
The Mediterranean island, with an economy that generates a little over 17 billion euros in annual gross domestic product, may need 10 billion euros to rescue a financial sector hammered by its exposure to Greek debt.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Russia awaits Cypriots for loan talks

21 Jul 2012
 
Russia is planning “within weeks” to host a delegation from Cyprus and hold talks on its request for a second bailout loan, Interfax reported on Friday, citing Finance Minister Anton Siluanov.

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