A total of six persons and three entities have made the Union's first cyber-attack sanction list.
US Senators have back a second piece of legislation targetting the controversial natural gas pipeline project.
Many technicalities and potentially lacking high-level political support have kept INSTEX from starting to function.
The tensions with Turkey over the offshore oil and gas deposits around Cyrpus come against the backdrop of the push
US sanctions have delayed the project's completion by a few months, the leaders of Russia and Germany have said.
INSTEX has created a dangerous precedent that can ruin future Western sanctions, while also disgruntling everybody.
Ankara remains unyielding in the face of potential EU sanctions over the Cyrpus EEZ natural gas dispute.
Russia Floats Idea of Seeking Compensations from Ukraine for ‘Damaging’ Crimea after Soviet Collapse
The motion has not been backed by the Kremlin for the time being.
EU Slams ‘Illegal Annexation’ of Crimea, Stands with Ukraine as Russia Celebrates 5th Anniversary of ‘Reunification’
The EU has lambasted Moscow on a number of Crimea-related issues - from the Crimea (Kerch) Bridge to the human
The 2015 Iranian Nuclear Deal is the best that could have been achieved, according to Iran's top diplomat.
Four Russians, five Syrians, and a Syrian regime state research institute are targeted by the new restrictions.