UK Parliament Committee to extend sanctions against Russia
British government supports EU decision to prolong sanctions
Defense Committee of the British Parliament called for greater numbers under the ban on travel to the EU countries of Russian officials. The report on Russia and its impact on the security of the Britain states this.
It notes that the introduced European sanctions after the situation with Ukraine have caused economic damage to Russia, but this did not lead to a reduction of investment in the Moscow military development.
The report supports the decision to extend the sanctions of the European Union, and writes about the intention to appeal to the government to extend the sanctions list against Russian leaders.
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