Basically, the package will deal with the fight against bypassing already introduced restrictive measures.
The European Union announced the 11th package of sanctions against Russia related to the Russian aggression against Ukraine.
According to Radio Liberty journalist Rikard Jozwiak in Twitterthe corresponding statement was made by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen.
“EC President Ursula von der Leyen spoke about the 11th package of EU sanctions against the Russian Federation, which will mainly deal with the fight against bypassing already introduced restrictive measures,” Jozwiak wrote.
EU sanctions against Russia
So far, the EU has imposed 10 packages of sanctions against Russia due to its invasion of Ukraine. Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak believes that 2023 could be a turning point in terms of the economic impact of sanctions on Russia.
In addition, the heads of state and parliaments of the EU member states supported further work on limiting world prices for petroleum products. European Council President Speaker Barend Leith stressed that the EU remains committed to maintaining and increasing collective pressure on Russia.
At the same time, the former ambassador at large, who headed the Department of Global Criminal Justice at the State Department, Stephen Rapp believes that sanctions on Russia will not be lifted until Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is extradited to the International Criminal Court.