IBTimes: France, Russia's Canceled Mistral Warships Deal Could Cost French Government Billions, Report Says

France’s cancellation of the sale of two Mistral-class helicopter carriers to Russia could ultimately cost the French government as much as 5 billion euros ($5.7 billion), according to a report released Thursday. French officials opted not to complete the deal late last year amid concerns over Russia’s military activity in Crimea and eastern Ukraine.

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France Offers $865M to Terminate Mistral Deal, Russia Demands $1.1B -- Defense World
France Submits Proposals to Terminate Deal on Mistral Ships With Russia -- Sputnik
France offers Mistral contract termination, hopes to get off cheap – report -- RT
Report: France Offers Russia €785M To Ditch Warship Deal -- Defense News/AFP
France offers Russia refund on undelivered Mistrals, report -- RFI
Russia says ready to accept cash from France instead of warships -- Reuters
Russia wants 1.163 billion euros from France for ending Mistral deal: source -- Reuters
France-Russia Mistral Warships Deal: Canceled Sale Not Considered Major Issue, Russian Officials Say -- IBTimes
Kremlin Sees No Problems in Mistral Contract – Spokesman -- Sputnik
Russia Ready To Take Cash From France Instead Of Warships -- RFE
France 'to Terminate Contract' with Russia on Mistrale Warships -- Novinite
Results of Consultations Between Russia, France on Mistral Expected by June -- Sputnik
4 Things France Can Do With Its Russian-Ordered Mistral Warships -- Matthew Bodner, Moscow Times

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