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Finland: 'We are working hard to hit Russia where it hurts' - VdL on 9th sanctions package02:31

Finland: 'We are working hard to hit Russia where it hurts' - VdL on 9th sanctions package

Finlandia, Helsinki
24 noviembre, 2022 a las 14:49 GMT +00:00 · Publicado

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced that EU is preparing the ninth sanctions package on Russia, at a joint press conference with Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, and Sweden's Deputy Prime Minister Ebba Busch, during the New Bauhaus Event "Into the Woods" in Helsinki on Thursday.

"We are working hard to hit Russia where it hurts, to blunt even further its capacity to reach war on Ukraine, and I can announce today that we are working full speed on a ninth sanctions package, and I am confident that we will very soon approve a global price cap on Russian oil with the G7 and other major partners," said von der Leyen.

European Commission chief said that Ukrainian people have to spend the winter without electricity due to Russia's attacks.

"The Ukrainian people because of Putin's barbaric terroristic attack on the country’s civil infrastructure must face this oncoming winter with no electricity, and in many places no running water, because of him babies, their parents, and grandparents are freezing in the dark, and I strongly condemn these barbaric attacks. They are war crimes," commented von der Leyen.

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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced that EU is preparing the ninth sanctions package on Russia, at a joint press conference with Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, and Sweden's Deputy Prime Minister Ebba Busch, during the New Bauhaus Event "Into the Woods" in Helsinki on Thursday.

"We are working hard to hit Russia where it hurts, to blunt even further its capacity to reach war on Ukraine, and I can announce today that we are working full speed on a ninth sanctions package, and I am confident that we will very soon approve a global price cap on Russian oil with the G7 and other major partners," said von der Leyen.

European Commission chief said that Ukrainian people have to spend the winter without electricity due to Russia's attacks.

"The Ukrainian people because of Putin's barbaric terroristic attack on the country’s civil infrastructure must face this oncoming winter with no electricity, and in many places no running water, because of him babies, their parents, and grandparents are freezing in the dark, and I strongly condemn these barbaric attacks. They are war crimes," commented von der Leyen.