The ambassadors of the European Union countries prolonged the prohibition for the investments from EU to occupied Crimea for one year. Rikard Jozwiak, the Brusselian correspondent of Radio Liberty reported this at Twitter.
EU prolonged the prohibition for the investments to annexed Crimea for a year in June 2016. The term of these sanctions ends on 23 June, 2017.
The sanctions include the prohibition of the import of goods from Crimea and Sevastopil to EU, investment to Crimea or Sevastopil, export of particular goods and technologies to Crimea, particularly in the spheres of transport, telecommunications and energetic, touristic services in Crimea and Sevastopil, particularly the European cruise liners are not able to enter the Crimean ports.