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EU sanctions should not hurt the middle class, warns Belgian PM
De Croo told Euronews it's still 'too early' to talk about raising EU common debt to finance Ukraine's reconstruction.
EU may reach deal on Russian oil ban 'in a matter of weeks', says VDL
The proposed embargo has hit an impasse as Hungary demands a lengthier phase-out and extra investments to revamp its energy system.
EU 'held hostage' by Hungary over Russian oil ban, Lithuania claims
Twelve days after the Commission unveiled its plans to impose a phased embargo on Russian oil, negotiations are still dragging on. Hungary is now being accused of keeping the sanction package "hostage".
EU should be ready for 'economic sacrifices' to stop Russia
In an interview with Euronews, Vsevolod Chentsov says he's disappointed with Hungary for blocking the EU ban on Russian oil.
Hungary, Slovakia, Czechia and Bulgaria resist EU ban on Russian oil
Discussions between EU ambassadors continue on Monday to reach an agreement to phase out all imports of Russian oil.
Can the EU or Ukraine ever use Russia's frozen assets?
The answer is: maybe. But it will take a lot of time and legal fees.
How Brussels changed its rulebook over new Russian sanctions
EU ambassadors were given the proposed sanctions hours before von der Leyen made them public in the European Parliament.
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Europe's week: Russian oil ban dominates the agenda in Brussels
An embargo on Russian oil imports would be considered the most radical and consequential step taken by the bloc in response to Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Russian oil ban plans like 'dropping atomic bomb on Hungary's economy'
Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic are among the most sceptical over EU plans to ban Russian oil imports.
Exclusive: Poland's PM on Ukraine war and 'short-sighted' EU states
In an exclusive interview with Euronews, Mateusz Morawiecki criticised "short-sighted" EU countries dependent on Russian energy.
Brussels proposes to stop Russian oil imports by the end of the year
EU chief Ursula Von der Leyen has unveiled a proposal that would give EU countries until the end of the year to phase out imports of Russian oil.
Explained: Just how dependent is the EU on Russian oil?
The bloc gets over 25% of its oil from Russia through a vast network of ports and pipelines.
EU countries paying gas in roubles may face legal action: Dombrovskis
The European Commission's Executive Vice President told Euronews the EU "cannot give in to Russia's blackmail."
Explained: Why the rouble has recovered despite Western sanctions
Russia's national currency appears to have defied international sanctions. But the rebound is highly misleading.
Watch: Russia-bound luxury cars get stuck in Belgium under sanctions
EU sanctions prohibit the exports of cars worth over €50,000, a measure meant to hit the Russian elite.
Coal, vodka and Putin's daughters: Here are the latest EU sanctions
For the first time, EU countries have agreed to target energy supplies, even if coal represents a small fraction of total purchases.
Watch: Do MEPs think the EU should ban imports of Russian gas and oil?
The bloc has decided to phase out all purchases of Russian coal. Should oil and gas be next?
EU countries yet to reach agreement on fresh sanctions against Russia
Ambassadors from across the bloc were meeting in Brussels on Wednesday to hammer out the final details of the new measures.
Brussels wants an EU-wide ban on Russian coal imports
The measure requires the unanimous approval of all 27 EU countries.
Ukraine war poised to take centre stage at tense EU-China summit
The two sides are hosting an online meeting on Friday after months of strained relations.
Analysis: How the EU's gas addiction is helping Russia's war machine
In little over a month since Russia invaded Ukraine, the EU spent more than €21 billion on Russian fossil fuels, including €13 billion on gas, according to the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA).
As sanctions bite, how much economic pain is Putin willing to take?
The Russian president has predicted his country will emerge more independent and self-sufficient from international isolation.
Watch: Explained: EU sanctions against Russia
Moscow is subject to around 5,000 separate penalties since it invaded Ukraine.
EU expands sanctions against Russia to ban luxury goods
Under the luxury ban, wealthy Russians won't be able to buy EU-made products worth over €300, such as bags, shoes and caviar.
Brussels to ban export of EU luxury goods to Russia in new sanctions
Brussels says it will ban the export of EU luxury goods to Russia
These are the 7 Russian banks banned from SWIFT – and the two exempted
Member states could not reach consensus to sanction Sberbank and Gazprombank, which handle energy payments.