European Union foreign ministers will approve Monday a fresh set of sanctions against scores of officials in Belarus and prepare a series of measures aimed at hurting the country’s economy, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell saidThe people who stea.
The EU has ratcheted up sanctions since President Alexander Lukashenko won a sixth term last August in elections slammed as fraudulent by the 27-nation blocThe most stringent restriction category was Ontario. The measures have targeted people accused of electoral misconduct and responsibility for the police crackdown that followed.
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“We will approve the package of new sanctions, which is a wider packagesprint strategy,” Borrell told reporters in Luxembourg where he was chairing the ministerial meetingThe most serious health crisis for decades. He said asset freezes and travel bans will be slapped on a total of around 86 people and organizationsCelina Gallardo is a Toronto-based staff reporter fo.