The Kosovo government decided to increase the sanctions previously imposed on Russia and Belarus.
At the ministerial meeting sponsored by Prime Minister Albin Kurti, sanctions previously imposed on Russia and Belarus were increased.
Due to Russia’s aggression towards Ukraine and Belarus’ attitude towards this aggression, Kosovo decided to include technology exports in this package of sanctions decisions.
In addition, Kosovo imposed sanctions on these two countries for asphalt and synthetic rubber imports and for the transit of goods.
Kosovo is working with Western countries to impose sanctions on the Russian Federation and Belarus.
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