There will be EU sanctions against Russia for the death of Alexei Navalny. There is a conclusion

Those responsible for Navalny's death will be banned. They include a ban on travel to the EU and freezing of assets within the EU.

EU foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Monday green-lighted sanctions in response to Navalny's death.

Monday's decision by ministers was the result of, among others, a letter from eight EU countries, including Poland, from late November calling for sanctions on Russian prosecutors, courts and prison officials over Navalny's death. The appeal sent to the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Jozef Borel, was signed by the heads of state of diplomacy of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Sweden and Romania.

Continuation of the material below the video

Alexei Navalny is dead. He is the biggest enemy of the Kremlin

Although Russian authorities did not allow him to run for president, Navalny remained the Kremlin's most important political opponent. He was arrested and jailed in January 2021, and on February 16 this year. Prison officials announced his death in a penal colony above the Arctic Circle.

According to the Russian Prison Service, Alexei Navalny “felt ill after a walk.” The protester's body was taken to the teaching hospital in Salekhard. An informant from Novaya Gazeta reported that there were injuries on the body caused by seizures.

See also  "Purge" in Zelensky's administration. The President replied

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *