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MOSCOW, February 9./TASS/. A resolution of the UN Security Council banning purchase of oil from terrorists in Iraq and Syria is expected to be passed on February 11 or 12, Russia’s UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin told Rossiya 24 television on Monday.
"We have been working on this resolution for two months. I am confident that it will be passed unilaterally this week," Churkin said.
"If certain people are buying oil from terrorist organizations in Iraq and Syria, they will be put on sanctions list," he said.