Japan expanded sanctions against the Russian Federation, Argentina began a massive refusal to extend tourist stays for Russians, warehouses with electronics overflowed in Russia, and other events on March 31.
- Japan has expanded sanctions against Russia: it has banned the export of steel, aluminum and products from them. The restrictions also included aircraft, spacecraft and engines for them, drones, bulldozers, bulldozers, generators, navigation equipment, boilers, photographic equipment, binoculars, fiber optics, toys and more, RBC writes.
- The Argentine Migration Service began to massively deny Russians to extend their tourist stay and obtain a residence permit. According to the Russian embassy in the country, we are talking about “several dozen cases,” TASS learned.
- Vladimir Putin signed a decree according to which compatriots wishing to move to Russia from other countries will have to prove their command of the Russian language from the beginning of 2024, RBC reported.
- Warehouses with electronic products were overflowing in Russia. Sellers are forced to sell smartphones, smartphone accessories and other devices at a 15-20% discount, Izvestia has learned.
- British fintech company Finverity of Vyacheslav Oganezov and Alex Feniciu has raised $5 million from S16VC, Outward VC, Acrobator Ventures and B&Y Venture Partner.
- Freight and mail transportation by Russian airlines in January-February 2023 decreased 3.2 times year-on-year to 66.1 thousand tons, Vedomosti reported.
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