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Iraq is among the most indebted countries to Russia

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Iraq is among the most indebted countries to Russia Empty Iraq is among the most indebted countries to Russia

Post by rocky on Wed 13 Nov 2019, 1:36 am


Iraq is among the most indebted countries to Russia

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Russian media published a list of debtors to Russia, which included two Arab countries, and the report showed that the countries most indebted to Russia are Belarus, Ukraine and Venezuela.
The Russian newspaper RBC prepared a report based on several sources about the debtors of Russia, according to which 17 countries in the world owes Moscow for 26.7 billion dollars.
Belarus topped the list with $ 7.6 billion in debt to Russia, followed by Ukraine with 3.7 billion and Venezuela with 3.5 billion.
The list included two Arab countries, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  , and did not include foreign loans granted by Russia to build power stations in the world.
It is noteworthy in the report the absence of Arab countries such as Syria and Algeria, where Russia had announced at the end of last year to write off debts to a group of countries, including three Arab countries are [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  Algeria and Syria.
According to a report in the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper last December, Moscow has written off debt to Iraq worth $ 21.5 billion, Syria $ 9.8 billion and Algeria $ 4.7 billion in exchange for deals in areas such as construction, oil and gas.


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