EU Summit on December 16-17 Will Extend Current Sanctions on Russia, Source Reported


At the final EU summit this year, which is to be held on December 16-17, the heads of state and governments of the European Union will make a political decision to extend the economic sanctions against Russia by six months, which are tied to the implementation of the Minsk Agreements to resolve the conflict in Ukraine, according to a source in the delegation of one of the EU countries in the Council of the EU. The source added that Brussels is not discussing the introduction of new sanctions against Russia for the time being. “They will touch upon the implementation…

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