The European Union proposed to impose sanctions on 12 Russian figures and 3 media agencies “in connection with the published information about the Ukrainian crisis.”
The EUobserver newspaper reported that the honorary chairman of the Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy Sergey Karaganov, the war correspondent of the WarGonzo website Semyon Pegov, in addition to the Oriental Review, RT Balkan and Tsargrad, were on the sanctions list. TV channels in the European Union.
The newspaper indicated that the European Commission proposed to impose sanctions against the Russian Foundation for the Protection of the Rights of Citizens Abroad, and Artem Osya, the son of the governor of the Krasnoyarsk Territory Alexander Osya.
The newspaper indicated that the union is considering imposing sanctions on 5 officials for “theft of works of art” from Ukraine and another 22 officials for “committing crimes against Ukrainian children.”
It should be noted that the European Commission proposed last Friday to the EU countries to introduce a package of 11 sanctions against Russia “in order to prevent circumvention of the sanctions imposed on Moscow.”