BRUSSELS, April 28. /ITAR-TASS/. EU expanded Russia’s blacklist for another 15 people, the EU Council reported. "EU Council adopted targeted measures against those responsible for the lack of reduction of tension in the east of Ukraine," the document says.
Names of Russian citizens included in the blacklist will be officially known on Tuesday, after the publication of the list in the Official Journal of the EU, and since then an updated list comes into force.
Thus, the total number of members of the European blacklist for Russia reached 48 people. The entry to EU for all of them banned until November, and their bank accounts will be frozen.