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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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

EU extends Crimea sanctions without discussions

European Union ambassadors have agreed to extend the bloc's investment ban on Crimea by another year, according to sources familiar with the matter. Speaking on condition of anonymity, the sources added that the decision was made …

Anton Kobyakov: to be Russian is trendy

Advisor to the President of Russia, Deputy Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Anton Kobyakov, said today that the Western media and politicians’ attacks on Russia have formed a fashion …