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Eastern Europe could receive more EU funding to give up Russian oil


The measures are part of a larger package of new sanctions that will be imposed on Russia after the invasion of Ukraine, but the adoption of the text of the law still requires an agreement on the size of the investments, the source said, adding that another obstacle is Cyprus worries over a proposal to ban the sale of real estate to Russian citizens, informs Agerpres.

Negotiations between Member States, which began as soon as the European Commission released its initial document on new sanctions last week, delayed approval of the new package and the original text was revised in an attempt to persuade skeptical states.

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According to the third version, which is currently being developed, it is possible to abandon the idea of ​​banning EU oil tanks from transporting Russian oil as a result of pressure from Greece, Cyprus and Malta, the source also revealed. quoted by Reuters.

However, EU companies will continue to be prevented from providing insurance and other financial services for the transportation of Russian oil worldwide.

According to the initial proposal, presented on Wednesday by the EU Executive, the European companies should have stopped offering shipping, brokerage, insurance and financing services for the transportation of Russian oil globally one month after the adoption of the new sanctions.

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In order to enter into force, the sixth package of sanctions proposed by the European Commission will have to be approved by all 27 Member States.

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