EU Announces Seventh Round of Sanctions Against Russia

According to reports on July 21st, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the EU Council has approved a seventh package of sanctions against Russia. This including a ban on the direct and indirect import, purchase or transfer of Russian gold and jewelry, an industry that is the second most important export program after energy resources.

 In addition, 57 individuals, including the mayor of Moscow and the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, and nine other organizations have been added to the sanctions list. These individuals will be banned from traveling to EU countries and have their assets frozen. It is noted that the sanctions do not target in any way the trade in agricultural products, fertilizers and grain, and do not prohibit third countries from purchasing medicines or medical products from Russia.

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