EU officially publishes decision to extend sanctions for threatening Ukraine's territorial integrity

12:00, 14 March 2017

The European Union’s decision to prolong for another six months the sanctions against 150 individuals and 37 companies for threatening Ukraine’s territorial integrity was published in the official EU journal Tuesday.


The decision comes into force the day following the publication.

The assassinated militant leader, Arseny Pavlov aka "Motorola" and former "head of the Council of Ministers" of the so-called "LPR" Gennady Tsypalkov, who committed suicide, were excluded from the list of the sanctioned individuals.

As UNIAN reported, on March 13, 2017, the EU Council moved to prolong for another six months, until September 15, 2017, the restrictive measures imposed against 150 people and 37 organizations for actions damaging or threatening territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. The measures include asset freeze and travel bans.

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