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EU Extends Ukraine-Related Sanctions
24 June 2015
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The EU has extended the economic sanctions imposed on Russia in response to the ongoing situation in Crimea and Sevastopol.
The so-called “sectoral sanctions” remain effective until 31 January 2016, while the restrictions on dealing with Crimea will remain effective until 23 June 2016.
Leaders of the G7 have also promised further restrictive measures on Russia if necessary.
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