EU renews economic sanctions for further six months over Russia's military aggression

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The European Union decided on Tuesday to renew its sanctions against Russia for a further six months, until the end of January 2023.

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The decision, a formality taken by EU energy ministers, refers to sanctions that were first introduced in 2014 and significantly expanded after Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February this year.

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