Europe extends sanctions against Russian citizens

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The Council of the European Union has extended sanctions against citizens of Russia, China and North Korea until May 18, 2022 as part of the fight against cybercrime. reports that the statement came from the EU.

It was stated that the restrictive measures will remain in force for another year.

It should be noted that the union last year imposed sanctions on individuals in these countries due to cyber attacks.

2021.05.18 / 09:31
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