European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen said on Friday that she believed the European Union would approve a series of new sanctions on Russia. Ukraine. This is according to a release by Reuters.
“We will make these new sanctions package implemented soon,” Ursula Von der Leyen told a news conference hosted by the German press. “Even though we have to spend time working on this, it is still moving forward and is on the right track.”
The European Union (EU) is currently in talks to impose new sanctions on Russia over its war of aggression against Ukraine, with a focus on Russia’s oil industry.
However, a Russian Foreign Ministry official has said in the past that his country has no plans to ask the European Union (EU) to end its sanctions. No, he argues that the European Union is not the center of the universe [indispensable].
Tensions between Russia and Ukraine have recently escalated after Russia launched a large-scale invasion of its neighbor. This comes after a declaration of war by President Vladimir Putin.