Ukraine Latest: Russian-Baltics Diplomatic Ties Slide to New Low

(Bloomberg) -- Ties between Russia and the three Baltic nations on the northeast border of the European Union and NATO reached a new low as tit-for-tat expulsions and staff

cuts were set to leave no ambassador-level diplomats between the nations.  Most Read from BloombergCitadel’s $16 Billion Win Tops Paulson’s Greatest Trade EverSpotify

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Upcoming Mixed-Reality Headset Will Work Poland will file a request for German approval to send its Leopard tanks to Ukraine, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said, adding that

it was a formality “because we will transfer the tanks without the nod.”  Foreign ministers of the European Union held talks in Brussels, with Germany facing pressure from

several countries on tank deliveries. The EU ministers are expected to approve another 500 million euros ($545 million) in funding for weapons sent to Ukraine.  (See RSAN on

the Bloomberg Terminal for the Russian Sanctions Dashboard.)