The EU has extended the ban on investment in the occupied Crimea for a year
On Wednesday, June 9, the ambassadors of the European Union countries approved the extension of the ban on investing in the occupied Crimea.
Radio Liberty correspondent Ricard Jozwiak wrote about this on Twitter.
"EU ambassadors have given the green light to extend the EU's ban on investment in Crimea for another year", - the journalist said.
The decision must be approved by the Council of the European Union and published in the Official Journal of the EU, after which it will enter into force.
What is known
- EU sanctions include a ban on imports into the EU of goods from Crimea and Sevastopol; investments in Crimea or Sevastopol; tourist services in Crimea and Sevastopol, in particular, European cruise liners cannot enter Crimean ports; export of certain goods and technologies to the Crimea, in particular, in the field of transport, telecommunications and energy.