Crimea (13)

23-10-2018

Syria has signed a contract to buy new volumes of wheat from Russia at prices that remain well above world market levels.

16-10-2018

Syria and Crimea have signed several economic and trade agreements, highlighting the role of the peninsula in the Syrian-Russian relation.

09-10-2018

The two tables below list the Russian companies involved in Syria since the beginning of the Russian military intervention in the country in September 2015.

04-09-2018

The Syrian cereals buying entity has issued a new tender for wheat imports as it seeks to compensate for the significant production shortage.

28-08-2018

Russian officials have provided more details about their country’s participation in the Damascus International Trade Fair, which will be held starting next week.

24-07-2018

Updated on July 26, 2018 (see bottom of article): Two cargo ships transporting wheat from Crimea to Syria have been delisted from registries, while a Makhlouf-related businessman has been removed from the EU sanctions list.

19-06-2018

Three new Syrian nationals have been indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice for violating sanctions.

24-04-2018

Last week, Russia and Syria signed several new economic cooperation agreements during an international business forum organized in Crimea, including to develop offshore resources.

31-10-2017

Russian investors are increasingly eyeing Syria’s land and real estate properties, which are among the few valuable assets the Syrian regime can still hand over to its cronies and allies.

21-09-2015

The vice-President of Stroytransgaz, one of Russia's largest engineering companies, visited Damascus last week, reportedly seeking new project opportunities.

20-07-2015

Syria is planning to purchase 200 thousand tons of liquefied petroleum gas from Russia, using a shipping route through Crimea to conceal the supplier’s identity.