A written procedure for the final approval of the extension of sectoral restrictive measures of the EU against Russia must be completed before two o’clock Moscow time on December 21.
BRUSSELS, 18 Dec –. The Council of permanent representatives of the countries of the European Union (EU) at the Union (Coreper) approved the extension by six months the anti-Russian sectoral restrictive measures linked to the implementation of the Minsk agreements on Ukraine, said a source close to the leadership of the EU.
“The decision was taken in Coreper”, he said.
In addition, the source reported that the publication in the EU official journal of the European Union’s decision on the extension of economic sanctions against Russia related to the implementation of the Minsk agreements and the entry into force of the decision is expected on Tuesday next week.
Full sanctions lists against Russian citizens and companies >>