Photo: the home page of Dmitry Kuleba on Facebook
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba urged the EU not to change the current policy towards Russia until it continued “aggression”. About it reports the UNIAN.
“There is no reason to change policy towards Russia, and so must continue as long as Russia will not change its aggressive policy towards Ukraine,” — said Kuleba at the meeting with his Polish counterpart Jacek Czaputowicz.
According to the Ukrainian Minister, the sanctions against the “aggressor” is a fundamental principle. Kuleba expressed the hope that all member States of the EU will follow this approach.
In June, the EU formally extended for six months, until 31 January 2021-th, the effect of economic sanctions related to banking, financial and energy sectors of Russia. It was decided to extend the ban European companies to invest in Crimea and to import goods from the Peninsula to 23 June 2021.
Anti-Russian sanctions by the US, EU and several other countries imposed in connection with joining of Crimea to Russia in 2014 and the aggravation of the situation in the South-East of Ukraine. Economic constraints, imposed by Brussels to Moscow, regularly renewed. The last time they were renewed for six months in December 2019.
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