Sanctions of the European Union imposed on Russian oil and gas company Rosneft because of the annexation of Crimea were found legal according to the decision of the EU court. This was reported by the journalist of Radio Svoboda Rikard Jozwiak on his Twitter page.
“The Eu sanctions against Rosneft are valid according to EU court. The EU economic sanctions against Russia stand," the journalist wrote.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) said "restrictive measures ... in response to the crisis in Ukraine against certain Russian undertakings, including Rosneft, are valid."
Earlier it was reported that Canada won't lift sanctions of Russia until fulfillment of Minsk agreements, according to Freeland. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada urged to continue putting pressure on Russia.