The head of the Bank of Russia calls on the government to declassify some of the country’s economic statistics, the Russian Federation refuses to consult with Japan on fishing near the Kuriles, Flybe cancels all its flights and other news of the day.
Georgia’s Black Sea port of Anaklia will be able to handle up to 7.8 million tons of cargo in the first stage, the country’s government says.
According to Bloomberg estimates, the European Central Bank will raise the reference rate to 3.25% in 2023, and its reduction will not take place until mid-2024.
The head of the Central Bank, Elvira Nabiullina, according to the FT, seeks greater transparency in the field of economic statistics in Russia. The publication notes that the secrecy of the data “creates problems” even for some government officials.
Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov says Vladimir Putin has no problem obtaining economic data, and the restriction on access to indicators is due to the “hybrid war being waged against Russia.”
Russia refuses to agree to consultations on Japanese fishing in the waters of the South Kuril Islands due to the sanctions that the Asian country has imposed against the Russian Federation.
The UK’s largest regional airline, Flybe, halted flights and ticket sales. The company has appointed a temporary administration.
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