The EU agreed a new round of sanctions on Russia on Friday, the one-year anniversary of Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, the bloc’s Swedish presidency announced.
The package — the 10th the EU has imposed since Russia’s February 24, 2022 invasion — contain, it said, “targeted restricted measures against individuals and entities supporting the war, spreading propaganda or delivering drones used by Russia in the war.”
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