Photo: Getty the European partners have extended sanctions against the Crimea

European companies are forbidden to supply to the Crimea goods and technologies in the field of transport, telecommunications and oil production.

Following the European Union’s five partner countries of the EU extended to 23 June 2018 sanctions against the Crimea. This is stated in the message on the website of the Council of the European Union.

The EU Council decision adopted on June 19, joined by Ukraine, Albania, Montenegro, Norway and Georgia.

The document notes that these countries had assured Brussels that their foreign policy is consistent with the decision of the EU.

European companies are forbidden to supply to the Crimea goods and technologies in the field of transport, telecommunications, oil production, and also prohibited the provision of services in these sectors. In addition, the EU imposed a ban on the import of goods produced on the Peninsula .

Earlier, the senators and congressmen overwhelmingly voice passed a bill toughening sanctions against Russia.

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