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BRUSSELS, May 08. /ITAR-TASS/. Member countries of the European Union have reached a preliminary agreement on the expansion of the “black list” for Russia and including in it, in addition to persons, a number of Russian companies, an official of the EU Council told ITARTASS on Thursday.
“Such an agreement has been reached,” he said, declining to go into details.
According to the official, 28 EU member states are to approve additional sanctions against Russia at a meeting in Brussels on May 12.