EU agriculture chief: EU to speak with one voice with Russia about trade sanctions

The European Union (EU) will be unified in talks with Russia over possible lifting of sanctions for certain food products, Phil Hogan, EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, said after a Farm Council meeting on Monday.
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