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Russia warns sovereign bond holders that payments depend on sanctions

LONDON (Reuters) -Russia said on Sunday that sovereign bond payments will depend on sanctions imposed by the West over the invasion of Ukraine, raising the spectre of its first major default on foreign bonds since the years following the 1917 Bolshevik revolution. Russia’s finance ministry said it would service and pay sovereign debts in full and on time but that payments could be hampered by the international sanctions. “The actual possibility of making such payments to non-residents will depend on the limiting measures introduced by foreign states in relation to the Russian Federation,” the finance ministry said in a statement.

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