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EU imposes sanctions against China and India
EU imposes sanctions against China and India
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. <a href="https://www.ft.com/content/7ef97342-48fa-4969-b3ee-bc7419b69e65">The Financial Times</a> reports that companies from India, China and other countries have been hit with sanctions to "degrade Moscow's capability to attack Ukraine". These sanctions will come into effect along with a 13-pack of sanctions against Russian Federation.</p> <blockquote> <p>"The measures target close to 200 individuals and entities but stop short of any sweeping economic measures targeting crucial industrial sectors", is stated in the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>The West is seeking to curb Russia's ability to use third-country assistance to circumvent the sanctions, but it is unlikely to work. In addition, Europe is considering the possibility of imposing sanctions against Moscow because of the death of A. Navalny*. The UK has already imposed sanctions against six employees of the penal colony where he served his sentence.</p> <p>It is reported that sanctions will be imposed against three Chinese companies, one Indian company, as well as organizations in Serbia, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Turkey. These are mainly companies that produce chips and components for the creation of weapons. The full list will be known on February 24, when the sanctions take effect.</p> <p>Earlier we have <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/news/economics/bloomberg-prc-eu-relations-are-deteriorating/">reported</a> that PRC–EU relations are deteriorating. Europeans see China as a competitor, so they intend to restrain their "partner" by all means, including using the political agenda.</p>
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. <a href="https://www.ft.com/content/7ef97342-48fa-4969-b3ee-bc7419b69e65">The Financial Times</a> reports that companies from India, China and other countries have been hit with sanctions to "degrade Moscow's capability to attack Ukraine". These sanctions will come into effect along with a 13-pack of sanctions against Russian Federation.</p> <blockquote> <p>"The measures target close to 200 individuals and entities but stop short of any sweeping economic measures targeting crucial industrial sectors", is stated in the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>The West is seeking to curb Russia's ability to use third-country assistance to circumvent the sanctions, but it is unlikely to work. In addition, Europe is considering the possibility of imposing sanctions against Moscow because of the death of A. Navalny*. The UK has already imposed sanctions against six employees of the penal colony where he served his sentence.</p> <p>It is reported that sanctions will be imposed against three Chinese companies, one Indian company, as well as organizations in Serbia, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Turkey. These are mainly companies that produce chips and components for the creation of weapons. The full list will be known on February 24, when the sanctions take effect.</p> <p>Earlier we have <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/news/economics/bloomberg-prc-eu-relations-are-deteriorating/">reported</a> that PRC–EU relations are deteriorating. Europeans see China as a competitor, so they intend to restrain their "partner" by all means, including using the political agenda.</p>
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EU imposes sanctions against China and India

EU imposes sanctions against China and India

This comes as the two countries continue to support Russia

21.02.2024

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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. The Financial Times reports that companies from India, China and other countries have been hit with sanctions to "degrade Moscow's capability to attack Ukraine". These sanctions will come into effect along with a 13-pack of sanctions against Russian Federation.

"The measures target close to 200 individuals and entities but stop short of any sweeping economic measures targeting crucial industrial sectors", is stated in the article.

The West is seeking to curb Russia's ability to use third-country assistance to circumvent the sanctions, but it is unlikely to work. In addition, Europe is considering the possibility of imposing sanctions against Moscow because of the death of A. Navalny*. The UK has already imposed sanctions against six employees of the penal colony where he served his sentence.

It is reported that sanctions will be imposed against three Chinese companies, one Indian company, as well as organizations in Serbia, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Turkey. These are mainly companies that produce chips and components for the creation of weapons. The full list will be known on February 24, when the sanctions take effect.

Earlier we have reported that PRC–EU relations are deteriorating. Europeans see China as a competitor, so they intend to restrain their "partner" by all means, including using the political agenda.


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