Question and Answers: EU fourth package of restrictive measures against Russia

As on 15th March, The EU adopted a fourth package of restrictive measures against Russia in response to its brutal aggression against Ukraine and its people. These sanctions will further ramp up economic pressure on the Kremlin, and undercut its technological base and curtail its ability to finance its invasion of Ukraine.

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Update on Canadian Sanctions Related to Russia

On March 14, 2022, Canada further amended the Special Economic Measures (Russia) Regulations to add 15 senior officials of the Government of Russia, who are now subject to a broad dealings ban.

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Statement of the G7 Non-Proliferation Directors Group on a Nuclear Safety and Security Framework for Ukraine

G7 leaders and ministers have condemned Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine. Profoundly concerned, in this context, by Russian attacks at and in the direct vicinity of nuclear facilities in Ukraine, and condemning any acts compromising the safety of nuclear installations devoted to peaceful purposes, Mindful that the risk to civilians from damage to a nuclear site during armed conflict has the potential to increase dramatically and that the radiological risk to civilians and the environment from a nuclear accident go beyond the borders of any country.

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EU agrees fourth package of restrictive measures against Russia

The European Commission welcomes agreement by the Council to adopt a fourth package of restrictive measures against Russia in response to its aggression against Ukraine and its people. These sanctions will further contribute to ramping up economic pressure on the Kremlin and cripple its ability to finance its invasion of Ukraine. They have been coordinated with international partners, notably the United States.

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Highlights of additional measures on Russia and Belarus announced by U.S, EU, and Australia

United States additional measures On 08 March, The U.S President has issued an Executive Order that bans the import of Russian origin crude oil, petroleum, petroleum fuels, oils, distilled products, natural gas, coal, and coal products into the U.S. It also prohibits: New investment in the energy sector in the Russian Federation by U.S persons Approval, financing, […]

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Highlights of sanctions announced by major world powers

In response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the United States, the European Union, and other major world powers have announced various punitive actions against Russia. Several sanctions and embargoes were already in place against Russia, and the invasion triggered additional sanctions from major world powers.

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