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Bloomberg: Russia’s two new transport corridors will embed it at the heart of international trade
Bloomberg: Russia’s two new transport corridors will embed it at the heart of international trade
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA.</strong> Russia continues to build two new transport corridors linking Europe and Asia to weaken the Western sanctions imposed on it, reports <a href="https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-04-17/russia-builds-new-asia-trade-routes-to-weaken-sanctions-over-war">Bloomberg.</a></p> <blockquote> <p>"An Arctic sea passage and the railroad through Iran have the potential to embed Russia at the heart of much of international trade even as the U.S. and its allies try to isolate it over the conflict in Ukraine," said the publication.</p> </blockquote> <p>It is noted that these routes will have the advantage of reducing transit times by 30-50% compared to routes through the Suez Canal, which will help avoid security problems in the Red Sea.</p> <p>Recall that <a href="https://api-en.tavria.tv/news/bloomberg-yemens-houthis-will-not-attack-russian-and-chinese-ships/">Russia and China have reached an agreement with the Yemen-based Houthis</a> that their ships can sail safely through the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea and not be attacked.</p> <p>However, the article emphasizes that Russia still faces significant obstacles to achieving these goals.</p> <p>Earlier it was reported that Russia continues to circumvent Western restrictions by developing new routes for trade with the global South. <a href="https://api-en.tavria.tv/news/nyt-new-north-south-transport-corridor-will-allow-russia-to-be-out-of-reach-of-western-sanctions/">New “North-South Transport Corridor” will be key to realizing Moscow's plans</a> to pivot away from the West.</p>
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA.</strong> Russia continues to build two new transport corridors linking Europe and Asia to weaken the Western sanctions imposed on it, reports <a href="https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-04-17/russia-builds-new-asia-trade-routes-to-weaken-sanctions-over-war">Bloomberg.</a></p> <blockquote> <p>"An Arctic sea passage and the railroad through Iran have the potential to embed Russia at the heart of much of international trade even as the U.S. and its allies try to isolate it over the conflict in Ukraine," said the publication.</p> </blockquote> <p>It is noted that these routes will have the advantage of reducing transit times by 30-50% compared to routes through the Suez Canal, which will help avoid security problems in the Red Sea.</p> <p>Recall that <a href="https://api-en.tavria.tv/news/bloomberg-yemens-houthis-will-not-attack-russian-and-chinese-ships/">Russia and China have reached an agreement with the Yemen-based Houthis</a> that their ships can sail safely through the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea and not be attacked.</p> <p>However, the article emphasizes that Russia still faces significant obstacles to achieving these goals.</p> <p>Earlier it was reported that Russia continues to circumvent Western restrictions by developing new routes for trade with the global South. <a href="https://api-en.tavria.tv/news/nyt-new-north-south-transport-corridor-will-allow-russia-to-be-out-of-reach-of-western-sanctions/">New “North-South Transport Corridor” will be key to realizing Moscow's plans</a> to pivot away from the West.</p>
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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. Russia continues to build two new transport corridors linking Europe and Asia to weaken the Western sanctions imposed on it, reports Bloomberg.

"An Arctic sea passage and the railroad through Iran have the potential to embed Russia at the heart of much of international trade even as the U.S. and its allies try to isolate it over the conflict in Ukraine," said the publication.

It is noted that these routes will have the advantage of reducing transit times by 30-50% compared to routes through the Suez Canal, which will help avoid security problems in the Red Sea.

Recall that Russia and China have reached an agreement with the Yemen-based Houthis that their ships can sail safely through the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea and not be attacked.

However, the article emphasizes that Russia still faces significant obstacles to achieving these goals.

Earlier it was reported that Russia continues to circumvent Western restrictions by developing new routes for trade with the global South. New “North-South Transport Corridor” will be key to realizing Moscow's plans to pivot away from the West.


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