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Rikard Jozwiak 7h
the Russian officials sanctioned by the EU today are the "tourists" Anatoliy Chepiga (aka Ruslan Boshirov), Alexander Mishkin (aka Alexander Petrov) Vladimir Alexseyev, & Igor Kostyukov, both 1st deputy heads of GRU
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Rikard Jozwiak 11h
EU foreign ministers have approved the new chemical weapons sanctions. asset freezes and visa bans on 4 Russian nationals, 5 Syrians and 1 Syrian entity. names published later today.
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Rikard Jozwiak Jan 17
EEAS statement: “We expect to immediately & unconditionally released 24 captured Ukr sailors, to respect their right to legal representation & unhindered access by consular authorities, & to ensure that the injured crewmen receive appropriate medical treatment.”
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Rikard Jozwiak Jan 16
EU ambs have today agreed to sanction 4 GRU officers, including the two "tourists". 5 ppl from will also be listed. the sanctions will be approved by EU for mins on Mon & are the first under the new chemical weapons sanctions regime.
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Rikard Jozwiak Jan 10
European Union calling on the immediate release of Pavlo Hryb & Edem Bekirov. :
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Rikard Jozwiak Jan 10
Replying to @EtoBuziashvili
Don't have too much more. they might go to Kyiv as well. it is supposed to be an act of EU solidarity so that's the reason the Georgian FM isn't there. EU Commission is preparing an expert mission to the Mariupol area in late Jan to see how the EU concretely can help
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Rikard Jozwiak Jan 9
the foreign ministers of & will visit Mariupol on 14-15 January.
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Rikard Jozwiak Jan 9
the EU will host another round of the gas trialogue with energy ministers from & + the heads of & on 21 January in Brussels
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 21
The EU has now officially prolonged its economic sanctions against by six months.
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 20
The EU’s economic sanctions against will be officially prolonged by 6 months this afternoon.
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 20
Eu diplomats have agreed to sanction 5 Russians for the attack, including the 2 “tourists”. Ambassadors and ministers should approve this in the early weeks of January.
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 19
Replying to @okutw
yes
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 19
Replying to @Kateryna_Kruk
My worry is rather that some eu member states might use today’s report in order to trigger the suspension mechanism ahead of the EP election in May in order to be more populist than the populists...
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 19
The European Commission is quite critical of and in its annual visa lib report published today. But it is not calling for visa suspension as the countries still fulfil the benchmarks
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Gjeraqina Tuhina Dec 17
Press conference with and cancelled. Same thing happened last year.
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 17
the European Commission will send a mission to Mariupol in mid-January to check the situation around the .
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 17
EU ambs have now given green light to prolong the economic sanctions against for another six months. Should be official later this week.
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 13
the final conclusions on have no opening on new sanctions on . simply states that the "EU stands ready to adopt measures to strengthen further its support, including in favour of the affected areas of ."
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 13
EU leaders have opened the possibility for new sanctions on in the conclusions on by stating: "The Eu stands ready to adopt measures, including to strengthen further its support in favour of the affected areas of ".
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Rikard Jozwiak Dec 13
the eu leaders have decided to prolong the economic sanctions against by another six months. formal roll-over next week.
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