EUROPEAN UNION FOREIGN MINISTERS HAVE AGREED TO IMPOSE "TARGETED" SANC...
World | February 18, 2002, Monday // 00:00
European Union foreign ministers have agreed to impose "targeted" sanctions on President Robert Mugabe's government in Zimbabwe. The EU is also to withdraw its election observers from the country, an EU official confirmed to CNN on Monday. The decision by the 15 ministers came after the EU's observer, Pierre Schori, gave them a report on the situation in Zimbabwe. Schori, a Swede, was expelled from the country at the weekend after he was told he had shown "political arrogance." The sanctions will effect Mugabe and some of his key ministers and include restrictions on travelling to the EU.
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