Baltic and Benelux countries back expanding Russia sanctions, Lithuanian foreign minister says

The Baltic and Benelux countries agree on the need to expand the existing sanctions against Russia by including more people into the blacklist. They also backed the introduction of new sectoral sanctions, Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Linkevičius said on Wednesday after meeting with his Baltic and Benelux counterparts in the Estonian capital of Tallinn.
Linas Linkevičius
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