EU prolongs sanctions against Crimea
The European Union foreign ministers have prolonged restrictions against Crimea and Sevastopol for one year, the EU’s press-service said.
The sanctions were prolonged until June 23, 2018
The sanctions against Crimea and Sevastopol were prolonged for one year without a discussion. Moreover, the EU Council’s statement was published before the minsters of the 28 EU countries gathered for the session. The corresponding political decision was agreed at a meeting of the EU ambassadors in Brussels on June 6, TASS reported.