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EU prolongs anti-Russian sanctions for half a year

The sanctions concern the Russian politicians and separatists from Crimea and Donbas
17:31, 3 September 2018

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The European Union prolonged anti-Russian sanctions for half a year, as Rikard Jozwiak, Radio Liberty correspondent, wrote on Twitter.

Related: Head of Crimea asks Kyiv court to lift Ukrainian sanctions against him

Earlier, Montenegro, Albania, Norway and Ukraine announced an intention to reconcile their national policy with the prolongation of the anti-Russian sanctions.

Reportedly, on July 5, the EU prolonged economic sanctions against Russia till December 31, 2019. The sanctions were imposed in July 2014 as a response to Russia’s destabilizing activity in Ukraine.

Related: Sanctions against Russia are ineffective, unprofitable, - Czech President

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