Russian President Putin signed a decree extending the sanctions imposed by his country on certain Western countries until December 31, 2022.
With the decree signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russia imposed “counter-sanctions” on 31 December 2022 in response to the sanctions imposed by some countries, including the United States and the European Union (EU), in Ukraine and the illegal annexation of Crimea. extended to .
With its decision on September 10, the EU extended the economic sanctions imposed on certain sectors of Russia for 6 months due to the destabilization of Ukraine.
The EU first took the decision to impose economic sanctions on Russia in 2014. In accordance with the extended economic sanctions, 28 EU member states do not sell weapons to Russia.
The sanctions restrict Russia’s purchase of some technologies used in the oil and gas sectors from EU countries. In addition, Russian public banks are excluded from the financial sector in Europe.
Additional EU sanctions, consisting of an asset freeze and travel ban, also cover many Russian and separatist senior officials.
Source: bigpara- GÜNDEM by bigpara.hurriyet.com.tr.
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