EU Council lifted sanctions against Lukashenko and Belarus
The EU lifted the sanctions against Belarus and the country’s president Alexander Lukashenko. On Monday, it became known at the end of the European Council meeting. In particular, it was decided not to extend the restrictions against 170 individuals and three companies.
This decision will come into force from the moment we publish them in the Official Journal of the EU on Tuesday, 16 February.
The lifting of sanctions will allow to defrost in European banking assets and lifting the ban on the entry of persons in the region who were on the sanctions list. However, the Council decided to leave the prohibited arms and special equipment to Belarus.
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