Poland to the European Union: impose a total ban on trade with Russia

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Saturday that Poland proposed to the European Union to impose a total ban on trade with Russia and called for tougher sanctions against Moscow for invading Ukraine.

Poland proposes to add a trade embargo to this package of sanctions as soon as possible, including as regards seaports and land trade.

Moravitsky added that the total disruption of Russian trade will force Russia to think about whether it is better to stop this cruel war.

Earlier this week, EU member states approved a fourth package of sanctions against Russia. Details were not disclosed, but the French presidency said the trade status of Russia’s “most favored nation” would be lifted.

Interestingly, the Russian military operation launched on February 24, which the Kremlin described as limited in the east of the country, quickly spread to Kiev, which mobilized many NATO countries to support it with quality weapons, led by the United States.

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