LATEST UPDATES: EU reaction to Russian invasion of Ukraine (regularly updated)

Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February and March 2014 and the subsequent annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol to the Russian Federation (Russia) on 16 March 2014, declared illegal also by the UN General Assembly (UNGA/11493, 27 March 2014), the EU has adopted, under article 215 of the TFEU, a series of restrictive measures against persons and entities for their role in actions threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine[1].

Following Russia’s recognition of the Luhansk and Donetsk People’s Republics independence on 21 February 2022 and its further invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022, the EU adopted a new package of sanctions published in the Official Journal on February 23, 25 and 28[2].

The following are among the main measures implemented:

INDIVIDUAL SANCTIONS

  • Assets freezing of:
    • the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergey Lavrov;
    • the members of the National Security Council of the Russian Federation who supported Russia’s immediate recognition of the two non-government-controlled areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine as independent entities;
    • the members of the Russian State Duma who ratified the government decision of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the two entities;
    • the individuals who facilitated the Russian military aggression from Belarus;
    • Oligarchs, associates and advisors having particularly close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin;
  • Prohibition from making funds available to the listed individuals and entities;
  • Travel ban applicable to the listed persons prevents these from entering or transiting through EU territory.

ECONOMIC SANCTIONS

  • Financial sanctions targeting 70% of the Russian banking market and key state-owned companies, such as:
    • restrictions on access by certain Russian entities to capital markets;
    • Prohibiting the acceptance of deposits exceeding certain values from Russian nationals or residents;
    • Prohibiting the holding of accounts of Russian clients by the Union central securities depositories;
    • Prohibiting the selling of euro-denominated securities to Russian clients;
    • Prohibiting the transactions of Russia’s central bank and freezing all its assets;
  • Energy sector
    • Prohibition of the sale, supply, transfer or export to Russia of specific goods and technologies in oil refining.
  • Transport sector
    • Export ban covering goods and technology in the aviation and space industry;
    • Prohibition on the provision of insurance and reinsurance and maintenance services related to those goods and technology;
    • Prohibition for Russian aircrafts or controlled by any Russian natural or legal person, entity or body from landing in, taking off from, or overflying, the territory (airspace) of the Union.
  • Technology sector
    • Restrictionson exports of dual-use goods and technology and on the provision of related services;
    • Restrictions on exports of certain goods and technology which might contribute to Russia’s technological enhancement of its defence and security sector, such as semiconductors or cutting-edge technologies.
  • Visa policy
    • Stop of benefit from visa facilitation provisions, for diplomats, other Russian officials, and business people (“this decision will not affect ordinary Russian citizens”).

Further sanctions are also being discussed, such as removing Russian banks from SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) and some measures have already been taken to support the Union’s external policy towards Ukraine, such as the macro-financial assistance of a maximum amount of €1,2 billion available to Ukraine[3] and another €500 million military aid provided through the EU off-budget funding mechanism “European Peace Facility[4].

EU SANCTIONS UPDATES:

In view of the gravity of the situation, and in response to Russia’s continued military aggression against Ukraine, the EU has introduced new measures as listed below.

2nd package of sanctions

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/346 of 1 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP and Council Regulation (EU) 2022/345 of 1 March 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014[5]:

  • The EU Member States competent authorities shall exchange information on dual-use goods and technology’s authorisations granted and denials issued with the other Member States and the Commission, as well as, where appropriate and on the basis of reciprocity, with partner countries;
  • Prohibition to invest, participate or otherwise contribute to projects co-financed by the Russian Direct Investment Fund;
  • Prohibition to provide SWIFT services to:
    • Bank Otkritie;
    • Novikombank;
    • Promsvyazbank;
    • Bank Rossiya;
    • Sovcombank;
    • VNESHECONOMBANK (VEB);
    • VTB BANK;
    • or to any person/entity established in Russia whose proprietary rights are directly or indirectly owned for more than 50 % by a listed entity;
  • Prohibition to sell, supply, transfer or export euro denominated banknotes to Russia or to any person/entity in Russia.

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/351 of 1 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP and Council Regulation (EU) 2022/350 of 1 March 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014[6]:

  • Prohibition to broadcast or to enable, facilitate or otherwise contribute to broadcast, any content by the following media channels:
    • RT- Russia Today English
    • RT- Russia Today UK
    • RT – Russia Today Germany
    • RT – Russia Today France
    • RT- Russia Today Spanish
    • Sputnik
  • Suspension of any broadcasting licence or authorisation, transmission and distribution arrangement with the listed entities.

3rd package of sanctions

Council Regulation (EU) 2022/394 of 9 March 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/395 of 9 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP[7]:

  • Restrictionson exports of maritime navigation goods and technology and on the provision of related services;
  • Prohibition of transactions related to the management of reserves as well as of assets of the Central Bank of Russia.

Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/396 of 9 March 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/397 of 9 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP [8]:

  • Individual sanctions for:
  • 146 members of the Russian Federation Council who ratified the Treaties of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Luhansk People’s Republic;
  • 14 persons supporting and benefitting from the Government of the Russian Federation or providing a substantial source of revenue to it, or associated with listed persons or entities (oligarchs, prominent business people and their family members).

4th package of sanctions

Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/427 of 15 March 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/429 of 15 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP[9]:

  • Addition of 15 individuals and 9 entities to the list of persons/entities subject to restrictive measures set out in the Annex to Decision 2014/145/CFSP.

Council Regulation (EU) 2022/428 of 15 March 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/430 of 15 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP[10]:

  • Prohibition of all transactions with certain state-owned companies which are already subject to refinancing restrictions.
  • Prohibition of the provision of any credit rating services, as well as access to any subscription services in relation to credit rating activities, to any Russian person or entity.
  • Tightening of the export restrictions regarding dual-use goods and technology as well as goods and technology which might contribute to the technological enhancement of Russia’s defence and security sector;
    • The competent authorities of the Member States may only authorise the transfer of the above mentioned goods and technology or the provision of related technical or financial assistance to the persons/entities listed in Annex IV after having determined:
  • that they are necessary for the urgent prevention or mitigation of an event likely to have a serious and significant impact on human health and safety or the environment; or
  • that they are due under contracts concluded before 26 February 2022, or ancillary contracts necessary for the execution of such a contract, provided that the authorisation is requested before 1 May 2022);
  • Expansion of the list of persons connected to Russia’s defence and industrial base, which are subject to the mentioned export restrictions (dual-use, and defence and security sector related goods and technology).
  • Prohibition of new investments in the Russian energy sector;
  • Introduction of a comprehensive export restriction on equipment, technology and services for the energy industry in Russia, with the exception of nuclear industry and the downstream sector of energy transport.
  • Further trade restrictions concerning iron and steel;
  • Trade restrictions on certain luxury goods.

5th package of sanctions

Council Regulation (EU) 2022/576 of 8 April 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/578 of 8 April 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP[11]:

  • Prohibition to purchase, import or transfer coal and other solid fossil fuels into the EU, if they originate in Russia or are exported from Russia, as from 10 August 2022;
  • Extension of the prohibition to accept deposits from Russian nationals or persons/entities residing or established in Russia, if the total credit exceeds €100.000, as well as to provide crypto-asset wallet, account or custody services, if the total value of the crypto-assets exceeds €10.000;
  • Extension of prohibition to sell transferable securities issued after 12 April 2022 and to sell, supply, transfer or export banknotes denominated in any official currency of a Member State to Russia or to any person/entity in Russia or for use in Russia;
  • Prohibition to award or continue the execution of any public or concession contract to or with Russian nationals, persons/entities established in Russia or whose proprietary rights are directly or indirectly owned for more than 50 % by a listed entity (some exceptions may be authorized by the MS, e.g. civil nuclear facilities, natural gas and oil, intergovernmental cooperation in space programmes);
  • Prohibition to provide direct or indirect support, including financing and financial assistance or any other benefit under a Union, Euratom or Member State programme and contracts to any legal person, entity or body established in Russia with over 50 % public ownership or public control (with some exceptions, e.g. humanitarian purposes, intergovernmental cooperation in space programmes, civil nuclear capabilities, climate and environmental programmes);
  • Prohibition to act as a trustee or in similar capacities for, and prohibition to register, provide a registered office, business or administrative address as well as management services to, a trust or any similar legal arrangement having as a trustor or a beneficiary Russian persons or entities established in Russia or whose proprietary rights are directly or indirectly owned for more than 50 % by a Russian person/entity.
  • Prohibition to sell, supply, transfer, or export, directly or indirectly, goods and technology suited for use in oil refining and liquefaction of natural gas, aviation or the space industry, as well as jet fuel and fuel additives, and other goods listed in Annex I to Regulation (EU) 2022/576 (e.g. quantum computers and advanced semiconductors, high-end electronics, software, sensitive machinery), whether or not originating in the Union, to any person/entity in Russia or for use in Russia;
  • Prohibition after 16 April 2022 to provide access to EU ports to vessels registered under the flag of Russia (this applies also to vessels that have changed their Russian flag or their registration, to the flag or register of any other State after 24 February 2022. Some derogations are granted for pharmaceutical, medical, agricultural and food products, humanitarian aid, and energy);
  • Prohibition to purchase, import or transfer, directly or indirectly, goods which generate significant revenues for Russia as listed in Annex XXI to Regulation (EU) 2022/576 (e.g. wood, cement, fertilisers, seafood and liquor) or which could contribute in particular to the enhancement of Russia’s industrial capacities as listed in Annex XXIII to Regulation (EU) 2022/576, as from 10 July 2022;
  • Prohibition for any Russian road transport undertaking to transport goods by road within the EU, including in transit (some derogations are granted for certain products, e.g. pharmaceutical, medical, agricultural and food products, including wheat, and for road transport for humanitarian purposes);
  • Extension of the exemption from the prohibition to engage in transactions with certain State-owned entities as regards transactions for the purchase, import or transport of fossil fuels and certain minerals into Switzerland, the European Economic Area and the Western Balkans;
  • Extension of the exemption from the prohibition on transaction with certain Russian State-owned enterprises and their subsidiaries to countries in the European Economic Area and Switzerland as well as to the Western Balkans;

Council Regulation (EU) 2022/580 of 8 April 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 269/2014, Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/581 of 8 April 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014, and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/582 of 8 April 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP [12]:

  • Addition of 216 individuals and 18 entities to the list of persons/entities subject to restrictive measures set out in Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 and consisting in:
  • Leading businesspersons involved in economic sectors providing a substantial source of revenue to, and on persons supporting or benefitting from, the Government of the Russian Federation and on natural persons associated with those persons, including family members unduly benefitting from them (including the adult daughters of Vladimir Putin);
  • The Ministers and members of the ‘People’s Council’ of the so-called ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’ and ‘Luhansk People’s Republic’;
  • Companies supporting, materially or financially, or benefitting from the Government of the Russian Federation and materially or financially supporting actions which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine (including the four following banks representing 23% of market share in the Russian banking sector: Otkritie FC Bank, Novikombank, Sovcombank, VTB Bank).
  • Introduction of further derogation options from the asset freeze and the prohibition to make funds and economic resources available to designated persons and entities.

In response to Belarus’s involvement in Russia’s unprovoked invasion against Ukraine, the EU has introduced the following new measures.

1st package of sanctions

Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/353 of 2 March 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/354 of 2 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP[13]:

  • Assets freezing and travel ban applicable to 22 listed Belarussian persons working for the Belarussian Ministry of Defence and armed forces.

Council Regulation (EU) 2022/355 of 2 March 2022 amending Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/356 of 2 March 2022 amending Decision 2012/642/CFSP[14]:

  • Restrictionson exports of dual-use goods and technology, whether or not originating in the Union,and on the provision of related services;
  • Restrictions on exports of certain goods and technology, whether or not originating in the Union, which might contribute to Belarus’s technological enhancement of its defence and security sector;
  • Prohibition to import cement, wood, iron and steel, and rubber products.

2nd package of sanctions

Council Regulation (EU) 2022/398 of 9 March 2022 amending Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/399 of 9 March 2022 amending Decision 2012/642/CFSP[15]:

  • Inclusion of crypto-assets under the scope of “transferable securities”
  • Prohibiting the transactions of Belarus’s central bank and freezing all its assets;
  • Prohibition to list and provide services as of 12 April 2022 on trading venues registered or recognised in the Union for the transferable securities of any person/entity established in Belarus and with over 50 % public ownership;
  • Prohibition to provide public financing or financial assistance for trade with, or investment in, Belarus;
  • Prohibition to accept any deposits from Belarusian nationals or persons/entities residing or established in Belarus, if the total value of deposits per credit institution exceeds EUR 100 000;
  • Prohibition to sell euro denominated transferable securities issued after 12 April 2022 and to sell, supply, transfer or export euro denominated banknotes to any Belarusian national or persons/entities residing or established in Belarus;
  • Prohibition to provide SWIFT services to:
  • Belagroprombank;
  • Bank Dabrabyt;
  • Development Bank of the Republic of Belarus;
  • or to any person/entity established in Belarus whose proprietary rights are directly or indirectly owned for more than 50 % by a listed entity.

3rd package of sanctions

Council Regulation (EU) 2022/577 of 8 April 2022 amending Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/579 of 8 April 2022 amending Decision 2012/642/CFSP[16]:

  • Extension of the prohibition to sell transferable securities and to sell, supply, transfer or export banknotes denominated in any official currency of a Member State to Belarus;
  • Prohibition for any Belarusian road transport undertaking to transport goods by road within the EU, including in transit.

[1] Council Decision 2014/145/CFSP of 17 March 2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 78, 17.3.2014, p. 16–21, and Council Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 of 17 March 2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 78, 17.3.2014, p. 6–15; Council Decision 2014/512/CFSP of 31 July 2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine OJ L229, 31.7.2014, p. 13–17, and Council Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 of 31 July 2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 229, 31.7.2014, p. 1–11.

[2] Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/264 of 23 February 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L42I , 23.2.2022, p. 95–97, and Council Regulation (EU) 2022/262 of 23 February 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 42I , 23.2.2022, p. 74–76;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/265 of 23 February 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 42I , 23.2.2022, p. 98–108, and Council Regulation (EU) 2022/259 of 23 February 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 42I , 23.2.2022, p. 1–2;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/266 of 23 February 2022 concerning restrictive measures in response to the recognition of the non-government controlled areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine and the ordering of Russian armed forces into those areas, OJ L 42I , 23.2.2022, p. 109–113, and Council Regulation (EU) 2022/263 of 23 February 2022 concerning restrictive measures in response to the recognition of the non-government controlled areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine and the ordering of Russian armed forces into those areas, OJ L 42I , 23.2.2022, p. 77–94;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/267 of 23 February 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 42I , 23.2.2022, p. 114–172;

Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/260 of 23 February 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 42I , 23.2.2022, p. 3–14;

Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/261 of 23 February 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 42I , 23.2.2022, p. 15–73;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/327 of 25 February 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 48, 25.2.2022, p. 1–16, and Council Regulation (EU) 2022/328 of 25 February 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 49, 25.2.2022, p. 1–140;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/329 of 25 February 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 50, 25.2.2022, p. 1–3, and Council Regulation (EU) 2022/330 of 25 February 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 51, 25.2.2022, p. 1–2;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/331 of 25 February 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 52, 25.2.2022, p. 1–44;

Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/332 of 25 February 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 53, 25.2.2022, p. 1–44;

Council Decision (EU) 2022/333 of 25 February 2022 on the partial suspension of the application of the Agreement between the European Community and the Russian Federation on the facilitation of the issuance of visas to the citizens of the European Union and the Russian Federation, OJ L 54, 25.2.2022, p. 1–3;

Council Regulation (EU) 2022/334 of 28 February 2022 amending Council Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 57, 28.2.2022, p. 1–3;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/335 of 28 February 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 57, 28.2.2022, p. 4–6;

Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/336 of 28 February 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 58, 28.2.2022, p. 1–18;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/337 of 28 February 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 59, 28.2.2022, p. 1–17.

[3] Decision (EU) 2022/313 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 February 2022 providing macro-financial assistance to Ukraine, OJ L 55, 28.2.2022, p. 4–11.

[4] Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/338 of 28 February 2022 on an assistance measure under the European Peace Facility for the supply to the Ukrainian Armed Forces of military equipment, and platforms, designed to deliver lethal force, OJ L 60, 28.2.2022, p. 1–4; and Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/339 of 28 February 2022 on an assistance measure under the European Peace Facility to support the Ukrainian Armed Forces, OJ L 61, 28.2.2022, p. 1–4.

[5] Council Regulation (EU) 2022/345 of 1 March 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 63, 2.3.2022, p. 1–4;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/346 of 1 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 63, 2.3.2022, p. 5–7.

[6] Council Regulation (EU) 2022/350 of 1 March 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 65, 2.3.2022, p. 1–4;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/351 of 1 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 65, 2.3.2022, p. 5–7.

[7] Council Regulation (EU) 2022/394 of 9 March 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 81, 9.3.2022, p. 1–7;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/395 of 9 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 81, 9.3.2022, p. 8–11.

[8] Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/396 of 9 March 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 80, 9.3.2022, p. 1–30;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/397 of 9 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 80, 9.3.2022, p. 31–60.

[9] Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/427 of 15 March 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 87I, 15.3.2022, p. 1–12;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/429 of 15 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 87I, 15.3.2022, p. 44–55.

[10] Council Regulation (EU) 2022/428 of 15 March 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 87I, 15.3.2022, p. 13–43;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/430 of 15 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 87I, 15.3.2022, p. 56–63.

[11] Council Regulation (EU) 2022/576 of 8 April 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 111, 8.4.2022, p. 1–66;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/578 of 8 April 2022 amending Decision 2014/512/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia’s actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, OJ L 111, 8.4.2022, p. 70–80.

[12] Council Regulation (EU) 2022/580 of 8 April 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 110, 8.4.2022, p. 1–2;

Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/581 of 8 April 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 110, 8.4.2022, p. 3–54;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/582 of 8 April 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 110, 8.4.2022, p. 55–105.

[13] Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/353 of 2 March 2022 implementing Regulation (EU) No 269/2014 concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 66, 2.3.2022, p. 1–13;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/354 of 2 March 2022 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, OJ L 66, 2.3.2022, p. 14–26.

[14] Council Regulation (EU) 2022/355 of 2 March 2022 amending Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Belarus, OJ L 67, 2.3.2022, p. 1–102;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/356 of 2 March 2022 amending Decision 2012/642/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Belarus, OJ L 67, 2.3.2022, p. 103–111.

[15] Council Regulation (EU) 2022/398 of 9 March 2022 amending Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Belarus and the involvement of Belarus in the Russian aggression against Ukraine, OJ L 82, 9.3.2022, p. 1–8;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/399 of 9 March 2022 amending Decision 2012/642/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Belarus and the involvement of Belarus in the Russian aggression against Ukraine, OJ L 82, 9.3.2022, p. 9–13.

[16] Council Regulation (EU) 2022/577 of 8 April 2022 amending Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Belarus and the involvement of Belarus in the Russian aggression against Ukraine, OJ L 111, 8.4.2022, p. 67–6;

Council Decision (CFSP) 2022/579 of 8 April 2022 amending Decision 2012/642/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Belarus and the involvement of Belarus in the Russian aggression against Ukraine, OJ L 111, 8.4.2022, p. 81–83.


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