WARSAW, June 4. /TASS/. The EU officials are already working on the seventh package of sanctions against Russia, Polish Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Pawel Jablonski said in an interview the Polish Press Agency, which was published on Saturday.
When asked whether the work on the seventh package of sanctions has already begun, the representative of the Polish Foreign Ministry said: "Of course, yes."
"Sanctions should be even sharper: in terms of gas Russia can still sell, in the context of disconnecting all Russian banks from the SWIFT system. I am talking first of all about Gazprombank," he said.
"We need an embargo on technologies that can still be supplied to Russia and used by Russia in its industry," Jablonski added.
On June 3, the EU Council adopted the sixth package of sanctions against the Russian Federation, including a postponed embargo on maritime supplies of oil and petroleum products from Russia. The discussion between the EU countries on the sixth package lasted almost a month.