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Decision on sanctions on Crimea published in official EU journal
13:23, 20 June 2017
Decision on sanctions on Crimea published in official EU journal

EU extends the ban on the investments to Crimea for one year

13:23, 20 June 2017

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The European Union published the decision of the European Council dated June 19 to extend the sanctions against Crimea and Sevastopil in official EU journal on June 20.

‘This decision comes into force at the next day after the publication in the official journal’, the document claims.

The European Council extended the ban on the investments to Crimea annexed by Russia for one year on June 19.

The sanctions include the ban on export of goods from Crimea and Sevastopil to EU, investments to Crimea and Sevastopil, services connected with touristic activity in Crimea and Sevastopil, export of the range of the technologies and goods to Crimea and Sevastopil for transport, energetic, telecommunication, oil and gas and mining spheres.

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