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EU weighs Russia sanctions after Navalny protest arrests

EU weighs Russia sanctions after Navalny protest arrests

The EU is considering fresh sanctions on Russian individuals on Monday after more than 3,000 people were arrested across Russia over the weekend in protests demanding the release of Alexei Navalny. ’The EU needs to send a very clear and decisive message that this is not acceptable,’ said Lithuania’s foreign minister. Germany and France will be central to deciding on punitive measures for Russia.

Clara
Clara
Mike
Mike 3 months

These sactions should be not against Russian manufacturers, but against politicians. As a Russian myself, I can assure you that MANY of our politicians have villas in Europe, especially Northern Italy.

Hannibal
Hannibal 3 months

Oh the hypocrisy! Europeans are wagging their fingers at Putin for arresting protestors and acting like a tyrant (not inaccurate) but continue to arrest people peacefully protesting the lockdowns in the their own countries. EU authoritarianism just has a more humane appearance.

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