European Union (EU) member states are discussing joint action in response to the latest developments in Russia’s war in Ukraine, the bloc’s executive said, warning Moscow that there will be “consequences on our part”.
“EU member states have already held a coordination meeting where discussions were held in terms of an EU response to the continuation of the war of aggression against Ukraine,” said European Commission spokesman Peter Stano.
“This includes all aspects of the aggression, the crimes that were committed, the referendums, the discoveries of mass burial sites,” he told a news conference.
Stano said there are no announcements to be made at this stage about new sanctions against Russia, as discussions on a sixth round of measures by the bloc are confidential.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday called on 300,000 reservists to fight in Ukraine and said Moscow would respond with the might of its vast arsenal if the West carried out what he called “nuclear blackmail” by Russia. cause of the conflict.
It was the first mobilization of this kind by Russia since World War II and signifies a major escalation of the war, now in its seventh month.
Source: CNN Brasil
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