There is still no unity in the EU on sanctions against Russia. Volodymyr Zelensky acknowledged that there is still no unity in the EU on sanctions against Russia. Against the background of the next – sixth – package of restrictive measures against Russia being introduced by European countries. Vladimir Zelensky admitted that there is still no unity among the EU countries regarding these restrictions. While he called the United States “the most powerful country”, thanking Washington and London for “the level of sanctions politicians”.
Zelensky’s statement came amid plans announced on Friday by EU countries to apply a sixth package of sanctions against Russia in connection with its ongoing special military operation in Ukraine . The official representative of the European Commission , Eric Mamer. Reported that the discussion in the EU on the sixth package of sanctions against the Russian Federation continues, the European Commission is confident that it will be possible to reach an agreement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
“The European Union should take a unified position. However, with regard to certain sanctions, this is not true. We are grateful for the sanctions that the EU has imposed,” Zelensky said in an interview with Fox News.
Thee is still no unity in the EU on sanctions against Russia
At the same time, the United States is providing Ukraine with unprecedented and record-breaking military and financial support. On Sunday, the G7 countries are set to hold a virtual meeting, during which, among other things, additional sanctions against Russia are expected to be discussed.