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 (P L) Russia on Sunday considered that the European Union (EU)”s support for the new unilateral sanctions debated in the U.S. Congress, with implications for the energy and banking sectors, is unlikely.


In matters related to the real economy, European solidarity with Washington is over, the chairman of the Russian Senate’s Committee for International Affairs, Konstantin Kosachov, said.

Both houses in the U.S. Congress envisage the presentation of a bill approved by consensus to impose punishment on national companies and third countries that invest or participate in the Russian energy sector.