Permanent representatives of the countries of the European Union on 10 June plan to decide on the extension of the Crimean sanctions against Russia for another year.
About this on his page on Twitter said the editor of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Europe? Rikard Jozwiak, writes Krym.Realities.
“EU ambassadors on Wednesday (June 10 -? ) will give the green light for the extension of the EU ban on investment in Crimea for another year,” wrote Jozwiak.
Sectoral economic sanctions restrict the access of certain Russian banks and companies to the primary and secondary capital markets in the EU impose a ban on the export and import trade in arms, establish an export ban on dual-use items for military use or for military end-users in Russia, and also restrict Russia’s access to certain technologies and services that can be used in oil production and the search of its deposits.
For the first time these sanctions were imposed on 31 July 2014 for one year in response to Russia’s actions destabilizing the situation in Ukraine and reinforced in September 2014.