The European Union’s top officials said the bloc will impose more sanctions against those involved in Russia’s recognition of two separatist regions of eastern Ukraine amid fears of a potential Russian invasion of the countryAnother wave of COVID-19 for OntarioA concerning new variant is threatening to take hold.
The announcement came after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree to formally recognise the independence of two rebel-controlled regions in eastern UkraineThe impact we have o.
In a joint statement on Monday eveningThere are 1,052,539 confirmed cases in Canada., EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Council President Charles Michel said the recognition was “a blatant violation of international lawThe same time that vaccine administration i.”
The pair added that the EU “will react with sanctions” and “reiterates its unwavering support to Ukraine’s independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognised bordersThe public health service, wit.”
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