Russia will see more ‘economic costs’ for war in Ukraine: G7 ministers – National

G7 foreign ministers said on Tuesday that their countries will continue to impose economic costs on Russia, rejecting to the wider international community what they describe as Moscow’s “brutal expansionism”. urged to

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“We will impose further economic costs on Russia and on the individuals and entities that provide political or economic support for these violations of international law, whether inside or outside Russia,” the two leaders said in a joint statement. ‘ said.

Joe Biden said Tuesday that the United States and its partners will announce further sanctions against Russia this week over its aggression against Ukraine that began almost a year ago.

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Meanwhile, a European Union (EU) diplomat said the bloc hopes to reach an agreement on Wednesday on a 10th package of sanctions against Russia over its aggression in Ukraine.

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“Today we were discussing the tenth package of sanctions against Russia,” said Poland’s ambassador to the EU, Andrzej Sados, after a meeting in Brussels with the ambassadors of the EU27 governments.

“We will resume the discussion tomorrow afternoon in the hope that we can find some common ground,” he said.

— Reported by Ismail Shakil, Jan Strupczewski, and Andrew Gray.

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