EU Extends Sanctions Against Russia
The European Union has extended the sanctions against tens of natural and legal persons imposed due to the annexation of the Crimean peninsula by the Russian Federation, reported Radio Free Europe, cited by Focus Agency.
On Monday, EU ambassadors reached an agreement against 150 physical and 37 legal persons which, according to Brussels, are responsible for actions against the territorial integrity of Ukraine.
The actions which are in force now expire on March 15.
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