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KIEV, August 08, /ITAR-TASS/. Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk is expected to present a package of Ukrainian sanctions against Russia. An official in the Cabinet's press service said Yatsenyuk would hold a special briefing on the subject at 15:00, Moscow time.
On Thursday, Justice Minister Pavel Petrenko pointed out, "The government will announce a number of sanctions, those against (economic) sectors and individuals", making it clear that those measures would be taken with regard to those who support volunteer-corps members in Ukraine's east, as well as Crimea's reunification with Russia.