eU's 10th sanctions package against Russia officially adopted - Borrell
There are 121 individuals and legal entities on the blacklist.
The European Union has approved a new tenth package of sanctions against Russia, the head of the EU diplomacy, Josep Borrell, has said on Twitter.
It is reported that the blacklist includes 121 individuals and legal entities. These people will be banned from entering the EU and their monetary assets in the EU will be frozen.
In particular, the sanctions apply to those responsible for the deportation and forced adoption of at least 6,000 Ukrainian children. There are also restrictions on Russian import/export and a ban on Russian propaganda media.
We remain united in our determination to damage Russia's war machine," Borrell wrote.
The European Union states its intention to continue to act quickly and united in full solidarity with Ukraine and its people, and to provide financial, humanitarian and military assistance for as long as necessary.
Additionally, Western partners have pledged to support Ukraine's reconstruction using frozen and immobilised Russian assets.
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