McGuinness examines central sanctions body

In view of difficulties in implementing sanctions against Russia, the Commission is examining options for an EU-wide sanctions authority. Financial Markets Commissioner Mairead McGuinness told the Financial Times that it was open to the idea of establishing a European version of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (Ofac). The US Treasury Department agency implements US government sanctions.

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