Ukraine invasion: EU asks for China’s help to enforce sanctions as new measures hit Russian elites


The European Union unveiled a fourth package of sanctions on Tuesday designed to “cripple Russia’s ability to finance its invasion of Ukraine” and further isolate it from the international community.Among the measures adopted by Brussels were an import ban on some Russian steel products worth €3.3 billion (US$3.6 billion) a year, and an export ban on European luxury goods including caviar, cigars, some wines, cigars, diamonds, and cars designed to “directly hit” Russian elites.After Ukraine,…



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