The G7 summit begins in Germany, this time the leaders of other states will join the leaders of its member countries, it is planned to discuss issues of the world economy, including the prices of domestic energy carriers. This and other news in the RB selection: we continue to follow the key events in the context of the Ukrainian conflict.

G7 summit begins in Germany, Japanese companies remain in the Russian market: the main thing for business June 26

  • The G7 summit kicks off in Germany, and Argentina, India, Indonesia, Senegal and South Africa will also join the countries in special meetings.
  • The G7 leaders will discuss, among other things, the marginal prices of Russian oil, a German representative told Reuters.
  • The summit also plans to announce a ban on the import of Russian gold to the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Japan. The restrictions will affect only freshly mined and processed gold.

  • The German authorities urged consumers and businesses to save money in the face of "the difficult times that will come due to the doubling or tripling of gas bills (the Bundesbank believes that the energy crisis will cause a reduction in the country's economy of at least one 3% by 2023 - Bloomberg).
  • The main energy companies in France are behaving in a similar way: they ask for “awareness” and savings in gas and electricity consumption (Le Journal du Dimanche).
  • Belgian Prime Minister Alexandre de Cros admitted in an interview with N-TV that he expects a “domino effect”: the rejection of Russian energy sources will cause problems in several EU countries and many sectors of the economy at the same time. .
  • At the same time, only 4 out of 168 (2.4%) large Japanese companies doing business in Russia have decided to permanently leave the Russian market due to the military operation in Ukraine, according to Kyodo, citing a Teikoku Databank survey.
  • And the Russian metropolitan authorities, in abnormally hot conditions, opened more than 160 “cool rooms” (with cold drinks and air conditioners) for Muscovites in social service centers and began distributing drinking water at 17 metro stations.


Ekaterina Alipova

Source: RB

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