Crimea sanctions are to be extended for one year.
The decisions are to be endorsed by EU foreign ministers on Monday, with a source saying that capitals are keen for next week’s EU-leader summit to focus on migration.
The EU instituted one-year sanctions targeted at Russia’s energy, defence and finance sectors in July 2014.
It was a response to Russia annexing the Crimean Peninsula and supporting separatist unrest in eastern Ukraine.
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