EU leaders agree to extend economic sanctions against Russia for six months
Monday, July 2, 2018

EU leaders agree to extend economic sanctions against Russia for six months

EU leaders agree to extend economic sanctions against Russia for six months, the European Council announced Friday. Adopted after the July 2014 shoot down of the Malaysia Airlines flight over Ukraine, the sanctions are aimed at Russia’s financial, energy and defense industries. They are intended to block Russian banks’ access to EU markets and limit Russian access to some EU imports.

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