European Union and United Kingdom Sanctions
Russian war crimes in Ukraine: EU supports the International Criminal Court investigation with €7.25 million
Today, the European Commission has launched a new project, under its Foreign Policy Instrument, to support the investigation capacities of the International Criminal Court (ICC) with €7.25 million. This project, which was first announced by HRVP in Kyiv, is part of the EU's efforts to fight impunity for international crimes globally. In particular, it will help the ICC to scale up its investigation capacity to respond to the ongoing investigations into war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.
Ukraine: Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the EU on attempts of the Russian Federation to forcefully integrate parts of Ukrainian territory
The European Union strongly condemns the Russian Presidential decrees of 25 May and 30 May, simplifying the process for granting Russian citizenship and issuing Russian passports to Ukrainian citizens of the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions which are temporarily under military control of Russian invading troops, as well as to Ukrainian children without parental care and legally incapacitated persons from Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions. The European Union will not recognise these passports, issued as part of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine.
Russia's aggression against Ukraine: EU adopts sixth package of sanctions
In light of Russia’s continuing war of aggression against Ukraine and Belarus' support to it, as well as the reported atrocities committed by Russian armed forces in Ukraine, the Council decided today to impose a sixth package of economic and individual sanctions targeting both Russia and Belarus.
UK-US tariff resolution creates export opportunities for steelmakers and whisky makers alike
From today, UK steel and aluminium exporters can get back to exporting to our largest trading partner.
European Union and United Kingdom – Updated Documents
Monetary penalties for breaches of financial sanctions: Guidance