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Washington likely to toughen sanctions on Russia

Washington is seriously considering imposing sanctions against participants in the Nord Stream-2 project, US Energy Secretary Rick Perry said today, answering questions asked by American journalists. “I suppose probably yes. …

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U.S. prohibited from providing any credit to Russia

The second round of U.S. sanctions against Russia related to the Skripal case took effect today. According to a notice by the State Department, the latest round of sanctions prohibits U.S. banks from making any loan or providing …

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Ukraine supports EU decision against Russia

Ukraine supported the European Union's decision to extend the sanctions imposed on Russia, the European Council said in a statement. "The Candidate Countries Montenegro and Albania, the country of the Stabilization and …

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Trump imposes second set of Salisbury sanctions

U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an order to impose the second package of sanctions against Russia under the 2018 case of using of the nerve agent, Novichok, in Salisbury (the United Kingdom), Politico reported quoting two …

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U.S. ready to impose sanctions on Russian debt?

U.S. senators Marco Rubio, a Republican from Florida, and Chris Van Hollen, a Democrat from Maryland, are asking for stronger sanctions against Russia in next year’s defense bill, pushing for the final …

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EU anti-Russia sanctions end on January 31?

The decision of the Council of the European Union to extend anti-Russia economic sanctions takes effect today, according to documents published in the Official Journal of the European Union. "The decision will remain in place …

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EU prolongs sectoral sanctions against Russia

The Council of the European Union prolonged today the sectoral economic sanctions against Russia until January 31, 2020. "On 27 June 2019, the Council prolonged economic sanctions targeting specific sectors of the Russian economy …

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Putin extends counter economic sanctions until 2020

  Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree extending specific economic measures against countries that imposed sanctions against Russia until the end of 2020. The document has been published on the …

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EU extends economic sanctions against Russia

The European Union's leaders have decided to extend the anti-Russian economic sanctions expiring on July 31 for six more months, an EU spokesman said. According to the spokesman, the decision was taken unanimously over poor …

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