The Ambassadors of the EU excluded Olena Lukash, the former Justice Minister of Ukraine and Sergy Klyuyev, the former MP from the sanction list. Rikard Jozwiak, the correspondent of Radio Liberty reported on Twitter.
Jozwiak got to know that the ambassadors made the decision to extend the sanctions against Yanukovych and his closed 12 allies but Lukash and Klyuyev were excluded from the list.
It is expected that the decision on the extension of the sanctions against the closest entourage of former president Yanukovych will approved by the ministers. It is planned that it will take place on March 5.
Earlier it was reported that the EU can remove Olena Lukash, the former Justice Minister of Ukraine and Serhy Klyuev, the businessman from the sanctions list. Later the European court made a decision on the illegality of the last wave of the sanctions imposed against Serhy Klyuyev, the businessman, former MP and brother of Andry Klyuyev, the former head of the Administration of the president by the EU Council in 2017.
Mykola Azarov, the former Prime Minister of Ukraine, Vitaly Zakharchenko, the former Interior Minister, Viktor Pshonka, the former Prosecutor General and his son, Olena Lukash, the former Justice Minister, Andry Klyuyev, the former Head of the Presidential Administration, Serhy Klyuyev, the MP, Viktor Ratyshniak, the former Deputy Interior Minister, Serhy Arbuzov, the former First Vice Prime Minister, Oleksandr Klymenko, the former Incomes and Levy Minister, Eduard Stavytskym the former Energy Minister, Dmytro Tabachnyk, the former Education Minister, Serhy Kurchenko, the oligarch remained on the list.