Poroshenko expects the EU extended sanctions against Russia

Порошенко надеется на продление санкций ЕС против РФ

The President Of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko

Poroshenko expects EU to extend sanctions against Russia next week.

President Petro Poroshenko expects the European Union’s decision to extend sanctions against Russia until March 20. About this he wrote on Twitter.

“Hope for a meaningful resolution of the European Parliament and the EU’s decision to extend sanctions against Russia because of the occupation of the Crimea next week,” wrote the head of state.

Poroshenko also said that the European Parliament will discuss the situation regarding the Crimea and Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia on March 16.

Spodvigla on smtown resolution P rsena ºC prodovzhennja about sanctions against Russia through the occupation of the Krim vzhe nastupnogo tyzhden

— Petro Poroshenko (@Poroshenko) on March 10, 2017

As reported Корреспондент.netin September 2016, the European Union extended sanctions against Russia over the annexation of Crimea in 2014 for a further six months, until 15 March. The decision affected 146 people and 37 entities from Russia, Ukraine and occupied Crimea.

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And in December, the EU extended economic sanctions against Russia, until 31 July 2017.

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