The EU announced the 10th package of sanctions against Russia: what can be included there

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The EU announced the 10th package of sanctions against Russia: what could be included

According to Ursula von der Leyen, the tenth package should close the loopholes that Russia used to circumvent the sanctions.< /p>

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The European Union plans to introduce the 10th package of sanctions against Russia. This was announced on Tuesday, January 17, by the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, to the American television channel CNN.

“Round 10 will be mainly focused on closing loopholes, ending these bypasses and having huge consequences for those who circumvent EU sanctions,” the head of the European Commission said.

In addition, Ursula von der Leyen said that Western allies need to “increase” the level of military support and equipment sent to Ukraine. She said she is looking forward to a “big step forward” in Ramstein, where Ukrainian Defense Ministry representatives will meet with allies next Friday. On the agenda, among other things, is the transfer of Leopard tanks to Ukraine.

What can be included in the 10th package of anti-Russian sanctions

On January 13, Reuters journalists reported with reference to high-ranking EU officials that The 10th package of sanctions is planned to be prepared for the anniversary of the full-scale invasion of Russia – February 24.

In particular, according to journalists, more Russian propaganda media may be banned and more Russian banks excluded from the SWIFT global messaging system.

In addition, Poland and Lithuania will propose to impose sanctions on Russia's nuclear industry.