Fifteen more people and organizations added to EU’s blacklist

The list of people and organizations subject to European Union sanctions for their role in aggression in Ukraine has been extended to include additional 15 Ukrainian and Russian nationals, as well as 18 organizations.
Head of the Russian Federal Security Service Aleksandr Bortnikov
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