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TKMS to bid for German defence contracts, including two submarines – FAZ

FX Empire 21 Jun 2022
BERLIN (Reuters) – Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) is aiming to clinch new orders from the German Navy as the government boosts defence spending in response to the Ukraine war, the chief executive said in a newspaper interview published on Tuesday ... The CEO said new negotiations would be necessary because the costs had risen considerably ... Sign Up.
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TKMS to bid for German defence contracts, including two submarines - FAZ

Reuters 21 Jun 2022
BERLIN, June 21 (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) (TKAG.DE) is aiming to clinch new orders from the German Navy as the government boosts defence spending in response to the Ukraine war, the chief executive said in a newspaper interview published on Tuesday ... Register ... Register ... Our Standards ... ....
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Finland urges Nato to unblock accession

La Prensa Latina 19 Jun 2022
Berlin, Jun 19 (EFE).- Finnish prime minister Sanna Marin on Sunday called for Turkey to stop blocking Finland and Sweden’s accession to Nato ... The situation has been “unfortunate” since before Finland formally applied for membership, according to Marin.
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Thyssenkrupp To Buy MV Werften Shipyard

MENA FN 14 Jun 2022
(MENAFN - Jordan Times) BERLIN – German submarine and ship builder, Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, said on Friday it has agreed to buy the Asian-owned MV Werften shipyard on Germany's Baltic coast ... .
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Mary Kay Inc. Expands Partnership With The Nature Conservancy to Protect Biodiversity and Marine Resources

Ellensburg Daily Record 07 Jun 2022
Established in Berlin in 2017, the network plays a vital role in European marine conservation by re-establishing oyster reefs in the North Sea and beyond ... Their teams have been working hard to promote the reintroduction of the species to restore critical marine biodiversity and improve water quality across Europe.”.
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Ruud sweeps Cilic aside to set up Nadal final clash at French Open

Marietta Daily Journal 03 Jun 2022
BerlinCasper Ruud weathered an early storm as he saw off Marin Cilic and set up a shot at Rafael Nadal in the French Open final.The Norwegian has this week become the first man from his country to reach ... .
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Interview: What's Next For Finland, Sweden's NATO Bids?

Beijing News 03 Jun 2022
Kjell Engelbrekt. Finland and Sweden are currently negotiating with Ankara and other NATO members have said they believe a solution can be found ... RFE/RL ... Kjell Engelbrekt ... German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (center) welcomes Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, (left) and Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson (right) for meetings near Berlin on May 3.
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Ukraine's Zelensky Accuses Russia of 'Genocide' in Donbas Onslaught

Moscow Times 27 May 2022
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin became the latest Western official to visit Kyiv on Thursday, where she said it would take Russia decades to repair its standing in the world after invading Ukraine. "Trust is lost for generations," Marin told a press conference.
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Russia pounds Ukraine's Kharkiv, presses Donbas assault

The Times of India 27 May 2022
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, whose country is bidding for NATO membership in response to its giant neighbour's invasion of Ukraine, said on a visit to Kyiv it would take Russia decades to repair its standing in the world. "Trust is lost for generations," Marin told a press conference.
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Zelensky says Donbas region could become uninhabited

RTE 27 May 2022
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin became the latest Western official to visit Kyiv yesterday, where she said it would take Russia decades to repair its standing in the world after invading Ukraine. "Trust is lost for generations," Prime Minister Marin told a press conference.
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Russia commits 'all its forces' to take Ukraine's Lugansk, Kyiv says

Raw Story 27 May 2022
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin on Thursday became the latest Western official to visit Kyiv, where she said it would take Russia decades to repair its standing in the world after invading Ukraine. "Trust is lost for generations," Marin told a press conference.
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Russia zeroes in on Luhansk

The Manila Times 27 May 2022
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin on Thursday became the latest Western official to visit Kyiv, where she said it would take Russia decades to repair its standing in the world after invading Ukraine. "Trust is lost for generations," Marin told a press conference.
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Ukraine’s Zelensky accuses Russia of ‘genocide’ in Donbas onslaught

Manila Standard 27 May 2022
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin became the latest Western official to visit Kyiv on Thursday, where she said it would take Russia decades to repair its standing in the world after invading Ukraine. “Trust is lost for generations,” Marin told a press conference.
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Paul Michael ‘Mike’ Batty

St George News 25 May 2022
Oct. 1, 1943-May 12, 2022 ... Mike was born Oct ... Annette Batty Godfrey, his older sister, was a dear friend and confidant. Mike graduated from Uintah High School (1961); served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Berlin, West Germany (1962-65); joined the U.S. Marine Corps and served as a lieutenant in Vietnam (1968-69) ... ....
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Thyssenkrupp warship unit eyes German shipyard industry consolidation -Welt am Sonntag

Metro USA 14 May 2022
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s second-largest defence group Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) wants to play a leading role in consolidating the German and European shipyard industry, its new Chief Executive ...
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