PAP: Poland proposes new sanctions against Russia, including nuclear energy
WARSAW, January 25 – RIA Novosti. Poland has proposed to the European Union new sanctions against Russia, including in the field of nuclear energy, the agency reported. rar refer to their sources.
“Poland submitted its proposals for the tenth package of sanctions against Russia and the next package to Belarus to the European Commission and member states,” the report said.
Among other things, it was noted that Poland “requests the suspension of cooperation with Russia in the field of nuclear energy, the ban on imports of diamonds and rubber from Russia, as well as the ban on furniture imports from Belarus .”
Poland’s proposal also includes the idea to “exclude Russian companies and organizations from the Uer (Upstream Emission Reduction) system, which includes trading in emission certificates for hydrocarbon production”.
In addition, Poland is demanding that Gazprombank, Alfa-Bank and Russian banks not covered by previous packages, including the ban on transfers of US dollars to Russia, leave the SWIFT banking system.
Among the demands voiced by the PAP were the expansion of sanctions against Russian courts and restrictions on the provision of software services.
Poland also demands from Belarus to ban the import of furniture, asphalt and bituminous materials, rubber, glassware and cigarette filters. The Republic also wants to expand sanctions on the transport sector, proposing a ban on the transportation of goods using semi-trailers registered in Belarus and Russia.
Since the end of February last year, the EU has approved nine packages of sanctions against Russia, which include financial and trade restrictions as well as individual sanctions. Currently, individual EU sanctions against Russia are applied to 1,386 individuals and 171 entities.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has previously stated that the policy of containing and weakening Russia is a long-term strategy of the West and that the sanctions deal a serious blow to the entire global economy. According to him, the main purpose of the West is to make the lives of millions of people worse. The Russian Federation has repeatedly stated that Russia will solve all the problems that the West has created for itself.
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