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EU to debate sanctions on Russia after Navalny protest arrests


The Foreign Ministers of the European Union could consider fresh sanctions on Russian individuals on Monday, after more than 3,000 people were arrested across the country on Saturday demanding the release fo the opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

Last week, Europe’s lawmakers called for strengthened sanctions against Russia, also saying that work to complete the Nord Stream 2 pipeline must be stopped immediately. The call has been echoed by several EU leaders and diplomats, who kept a hardline…

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