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The European Commission named four points in the 10th package of anti-Russian sanctions

The new sanctions the EU is imposing on Russia are to limit technologies and counter propaganda. According to European Pravda, the official proposal for the 10th sanction package was presented by Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, on Wednesday, February 15.

  1. Restriction of the export of dual use goods and advanced tech goods, which Russia won’t be able to backfill through other countries: electronic components, specialized vehicles, machine parts, spare parts for trucks and jet engines, as well as goods for the construction sector that can be used by the Russian military.
  2. Restrictions on seven Iranian entities involved in the provision of Shahed drones to Russia.
  3. Sanctions against Russian propaganda. Putin’s propagandists will be put on the sanctions list along with additional Russia’s military and political commanders. More than 100 new names will be added to the list.
  4. Measures to tackle the circumvention of anti-Russian sanctions.
Quote"I call on the Member States to adopt this new package of sanctions swiftly. Our aim is to have, together with our G7 partners, further significant sanctions in place by February 24 — exactly one year after Putin launched his imperial war," said von der Leyen.

The previous 9th package of sanctions was adopted by the Council of the European Union on December 16, 2022.

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