Senior Ukraine official says EU sanctions on Russia still 'not enough'

31/5/2022 12:29:00 PM

Senior Ukraine official says EU sanctions on Russia still 'not enough'

Senior Ukraine official says EU sanctions on Russia still 'not enough'

MADRID: The latest European Union sanctions on Russia, which ban most imports of its oil, are \u0022not enough\u0022 and the pace of sanctions so far has been too slow, a senior official in the Ukrainian president\u0027s office said in a speech in Madrid on Tuesday (May 31). In the bloc\u0027s toughest reprisals against Mosco

LinkedIn MADRID: The latest European Union sanctions on Russia, which ban most imports of its oil, are"not enough" and the pace of sanctions so far has been too slow, a senior official in the Ukrainian president's office said in a speech in Madrid on Tuesday (May 31).Russia's invasion and how to deal with the conflict's impacts: high energy prices, an impending food shortage and the EU's defence needs.Copy to clipboard https://str.LinkedIn WASHINGTON: The United States will not send Ukraine rocket systems that can reach into Russia, President Joe Biden said on Monday (May 30).

In the bloc's toughest reprisals against Moscow since the invasion of Ukraine three months ago, an EU summit in Brussels on Monday agreed measures that officials said would immediately cut more than two-thirds of oil imports from Russia, and 90 per cent by the end of the year."If you ask me, I would say far too slow, far too late and definitely not enough," Ihor Zhovkva, deputy head of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's office, said."After Russia's attack on Ukraine, we saw what can happen when Europe stands united.Ukraine is also not happy with the pace of weapons deliveries from the West, he said.It added 16 people were injured in the attack that damaged three schools."We are definitely not satisfied," Zhovkva said in response to a question after his speech.But it is already starting to crumble and crumble again," German Economy Minister Robert Habeck said on Sunday."Had we been satisfied, we would have begun the liberation of Mariupol immediately and thrown away Russian forces from Donbas," he said.It was not clear which system Biden was referring to in his remarks.

"We believe in promises.But even there, the decision will be only made later, after the European Commission makes a proposal on how to raise the money.Kyiv has been locked in conflict with Kremlin-backed separatists in the two breakaway regions since 2014." Related:.

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