G7 leaders make joint statement on Russia sanctions

The leaders of the G7 countries, meeting in Japan this week, have made a joint statement reaffirming their position that the duration of sanctions on Russia should be clearly linked to Russia’s fulfilment of its obligations under the Minsk peace agreement (see previous blog). In addition, they stated that they “stand ready to take further restrictive measures in order to increase...

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