Journalist for the British newspaper financial times Peter Spiegel said that the Draft statement, which the Ministers of foreign Affairs of the EU countries are able to make the meeting on Thursday, does not provide for the imposition of economic sanctions towards Russia.
before Reuters referring to the Draft of the final statement of the Ministers were informed that the Ministers of foreign Affairs of the European Union have the possibility to extend the punishment regarding Russia, introduced in March last year. In addition, the head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the EU will ask the European Commission during the week to prepare a fresh names to be added to the sanctions List. As stated by the Agency, sources familiar with the negotiations about the possible adoption of new sanctions, the EU is also considering further restrictions on Russia in the field of capital market, technology, oil and gas production.
"The draft statement (results) of the meeting of the foreign Ministers of the EU on Thursday envisages an increase in the number of people (consisting) in the list to freeze assets and ban on entry, but not economic punishment for Russia," wrote der Spiegel in its own official Twitter.
Western countries since March has repeatedly imposed punishment on a number of Russian politicians, businessmen and organizations because of the position of Russia in Ukraine. The last case of the use of such practices began in December limits, when the head of the U.S. announced an economic blockade of the Crimea, and in the sanctions List included a number of famous figures from the Crimea and Eastern Ukraine.
The list of Russian Citizens and organizations, first fell under the sentence, the material of the Fins news