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Philippines’ Marcos Seeks Russian Fuel

The Philippines is holding talks to buy fuel and other key commodities from Russia, despite international sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine. Bloomberg's Shery Ahn spoke to Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in New York, and he says the country's national interest overrides potential concerns over the war. Marcos also says he is open to renewing talks with China on joint oil and gas exploration in the South China Sea. (Source: Bloomberg)
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