The European Union has extended sanctions against Russia
The European Union extended sanctions against the Russian Federation due to the annexation of Crimea in 2014 for another 6 months. This was reported by the correspondent of "Radio Liberty" in Brussels Ricard Jozwiak in your Twitter Wednesday, September 7. The decision affects 146 people and 37 entities from Russia, Ukraine and occupied Crimea.
It's mostly the leaders of the terrorists, also involved in the annexation of Crimea. It is formulated as a list of individuals and companies implicated in violation of Ukraine's territorial integrity. These 27 companies, mostly companies that operate in the territory annexed the Crimea, besides a Russian Bank", – the correspondent reports.