The draft EU sanctions against Russia are points against the defense and energy sectors of Russia, and there are additional restrictions on access of Russian banks and companies with European finance.
This writes The Financial Times referring to a document circulated by the European Commission between Member States.
According to the document, the maturity of the debt on bonds that fall under the sanction may be reduced from 90 to 30 days.
The EU is going to ban exports to Russia some dual-use goods, including “special materials, quantum key distribution system, some tools, high-performance computers and electronics.”
New sanctions also banned some European companies engaged in the energy sector, to cooperate with Russian business on advanced projects in the field of oil.
As previously reported, the final decision should be taken on Friday, September 5.