European Union member states approved the ninth package of sanctions against Russia, which includes adding nearly 200 individuals and institutions and 3 Russian banks to the sanctions list.
European Union (European UnionMember states approved the ninth package of sanctions against Russia, which includes adding nearly 200 individuals and institutions and 3 Russian banks to the sanctions list, banning the export of dual-use products, and banning mining investments.
In the post shared on the official social media account of EU President Czechia, “Ambassadors agreed in principle to the sanctions package prepared against Russia as part of EU support to Ukraine.” expression was used.
The publication stated that the process of approving the ninth package of sanctions against Russia will proceed with a written procedure and will be completed tomorrow.
Information regarding the content of the new sanctions package has not yet been shared.
The ninth sanctions package proposal, prepared by the EU Commission last week, included adding nearly 200 Russian individuals and institutions and 3 banks to the sanctions list, banning the export of dual-use products, and banning mining investments.
Member states have been negotiating the details of this package.
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