Ukraine expects that in the ninth package of anti-Russian


the European Union will introduce restrictions against the banking sector, as well as limit entry for Russians.  

Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal wrote about this in


During a meeting with the foreign ministers of the Baltic and Northern European countries, who arrived in Ukraine today, the head of government discussed sanctions against Russia.

"In the 9th sanctions package, we count on a complete disconnection of Russian banks from SWIFT and a ban on the entry of citizens of a terrorist state into the EU," Shmyhal stressed.

He also added that during the meeting with the ministers, he discussed further military, financial assistance and the energy sector, which is suffering from Russian shelling.

We will remind, on Monday, November 28, the ministers of foreign affairs of Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden

paid a working visit to Kyiv .

9th package of sanctions against the Russian Federation

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba calls on the European Union to adopt the ninth package of sanctions against Russia.

The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized that the restrictions that inhibit and stop the missile industry of the Russian Federation are important. 

Kyiv also insists on the need for a

full energy embargo, an extension of the oil embargo

on the northern branch of the Druzhba gas pipeline, and a ban on the import of liquefied gas from Russia.

The minister called for the introduction of sanctions against Rosatom, as well as the suspension of the rights of the Russian Federation in the International Atomic Energy Agency.

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