Canada imposes additional sanctions on Russia

Canada imposes additional sanctions on Russia

Canada has imposed additional sanctions against individuals and companies responsible for war of aggression against Ukraine.

According to Ukrinform, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced this during a speech at the third International Summit of the Crimean Platform.

Today, Canada is announcing additional sanctions against four individuals and 29 entities from Russia's military, industrial, financial, and nuclear sectors, Trudeau said.

He emphasized that the purpose of these sanctions is to force Russia to leave the whole of Ukraine, including Crimea. Canada will continue to support Ukraine for as long as it takes, the Prime Minister said.

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As reported, the third International Summit of the Crimean Platform is taking place in Kyiv. It is dedicated to Ukraine's vision of the future of the temporarily occupied Crimea and security issues in the Black Sea region.

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