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Russia-Ukraine: new sanctions from Brussels

Restrictive measures tightened against Russian military and defense entrepreneurs and companies

The Council of the European Union announces that it has launched today the 13th package of sanctions against Russia, due to the military invasion decided by President Vladimir Putin, considered responsible for continuing an illegal, unprovoked and unjustified aggression. The document imposes restrictive measures against another 106 individuals and 88 entities responsible for actions that threaten or undermine the territorial integrity of Kiev.

"As we reach the grim two-year mark since Putin launched the full-scale military invasion of Ukraine, the European Union keeps the pressure on Russia high", said the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Politics security, Josep Borrell.

"Today we are further tightening restrictive measures against the Russian military and defense sector, further targeting third-country entities supplying equipment as well as those responsible for the illegal deportation and military re-education of Ukrainian children. We remain united in our determination to undermine the Russia's war machine and to help Ukraine win its legitimate battle for self-defense and restore its independence, territorial integrity and sovereignty". 

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