“Massive consequences”: EU threatens Russia with sanctions

The European Union is venturing into new territory in terms of foreign and economic policy. At the European Council in Brussels on Thursday, the heads of state and government – including German Chancellor Olaf Scholz for the first time – threatened Russia with economic and financial sanctions even before the country launched the feared military offensive against Ukraine.

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