Russia faces another 6 months of EU sanctions: Financial Times
The EU will extend sanctions against Russian until December 2016
The European Union intends to prolong the round of economic sanctions against the Russian Federation for another six months, despite the fact that several EU member-states find it necessary to ease the sanctions, Financial Times reports.
Diplomats feared controversies among countries opposing the sanctions like Italy, Hungary, Greece and countries supporting the sanctions like Poland and Baltic states.
However, it has been reported, that the issue will be put off till December 2016. Read more in Financial Times.
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