(Worthy News) – European Union ministers have met in Brussels to discuss a response to Russia cutting gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria and plans for a possible oil embargo to punish Moscow for invading Ukraine.
French Ecological Transition Minister Barbara Pompili, whose country holds the EU presidency, said she called the emergency meeting to “ensure our solidarity with our colleagues from Bulgaria and Poland.”
But the ministers also discussed a potential embargo of Russian oil while acknowledging the economic impact of such a move. EU diplomats have said that the bloc is leaning toward a ban on Russian oil by the end of the year as part of a sixth package of sanctions against Russia. [ Source: Radio Free Europe (Read More…) ]
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