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Ukraine expands anti-Russia trade sanctions even further

Christian Fernsby |
The Ukrainian government expanded trade sanctions against Russia by adopting the decree.

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According to First Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Stapan Kubiv, members of the government voted in favor of the decree.

According to Ukraine's Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, the imposed embargo covers formalin and carbamide-formaldehyde concentrate, springs for freight cars, electrical equipment for railway automation and communication devices, and electrical conductors for voltages above 1,000V.

In addition, imports of glass containers, including jars, bottles for food and beverages, containers, and so on, turned fell under sanctions, TASS reported.

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