Journalists learn of further G7 plans on sanctions against Russia
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Countries want to change the approach to sanctions on exports to Russia.
This was reported by Reuters, citing interlocutors familiar with the discussions on possible solutions.
According to journalists, G7 leaders want to strengthen sanctions against Russia. A decision will be taken at a summit in Japan later this week.
The countries want to change the approach to sanctions on exports to Russia.
Among the new measures that could be announced following the summit: combating Russia's help from third countries to circumvent sanctions, measures against the energy sector and new restrictions on export trade, agency sources said.
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Artur Zayonts specialises in news from the frontline. A historian by education, Arthur has always sought to bring depth and context to his journalistic work.
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