The EU agreed to extend sanctions against Russia
The EU decided to extend sanctions against Russia for failure to comply with the Minsk agreements.
The European Union agreed to extend sanctions against Russia. About this in his Twitter wrote the President of the European Council Donald Tusk at the EU summit in Brussels.
Agreed. EU will extend economic sanctions against Russia for their lack of implementing the Minsk Agreement. #EUCO
— Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) June 22, 2017
“I agree. EU extends economic sanctions against Russia due to the lack of implementation of the Minsk agreements”, — he wrote.
Before the U.S. expanded sanctions against Russian companies and individuals.
Under the new restrictive measures hit private military company “Wagner”, the company of businessman Eugene Prigogine, IFD “Capital”, as well as several subsidiaries of Transneft.
In addition, sanctions apply to the Deputy Minister of economic development of Russia Sergey Nazarov, Dmitry Utkin, who is considered the head of the PMC “Wagner”, as well as some of the Crimean officials and Ministers of the breakaway LC and DNR.