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EU considers Russia’s sanctions against Ukraine unfounded

It is claimed that steps that would further aggravate the situation must be avoided
20:25, 2 November 2018

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The European Union assumes that Russia’s sanctions against Ukraine are unreasonable. Rikard Jozwiak, reporter of Radio Liberty claimed this on Twitter.

‘Rus gov's decision to impose financial measures against Ukr persons & companies is unjustified. All steps that further exacerbate the situation & obstruct finding a solution to the restoration of Ukr's territorial integrity must be avoided,’ reads the message.

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As we reported earlier, on November 1, 2018, Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev issued a decree, which introduces sanctions against 322 Ukrainian citizens and 68 companies. In particular, sanctions were imposed against Ukraine’s Internal Minister Arsen Avakov, acting Health Minister Ulyana Suprun and Culture Minister Yevgen Nyshchuk, Minister of Education Liliya Grynevych, Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan, Ecology Minister Ostap Semerak, Information Policy Minister Yuriy Stets, Defence Minister Stepan Poltorak, Deputy Defence Minister for European integration Anatoliy Petrenko and Vice Prime Minister for European, and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze.

Related: Russian sanctions against Ukraine perceived as state award, - Poroshenko

President’s son Oleksiy and Poroshenko’s Press Secretary Svyatoslav Tseholko were included on the list; however, the president's name is not there.

Earlier, President Petro Poroshenko introduced the early-adopted decision of the National Security and Defense Council on personal sanctions against the number of legal entities and individuals connected with the Russian aggression in Ukraine. The order was signed on May 14, 2018, and published on the website on the Presidential Administration on May 18.

Related: Kremlin explains why Poroshenko is not on sanctions list

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