Setting Standards
Global Export Compliance

Setting Standards for Global Export Compliance

EU sanctions against Russia
Compliance challenge

The EU has progressively imposed sanctions and restrictive measures against Russia since 2014 in response to the illegal annexation of Crimea.

In March 2015, EU leaders decided to link the existing economic sanctions regime to the complete implementation of the Minsk agreements.

Since Russia has never fully implemented the agreements, the EU has successively extended the sanctions.

In 2022, the EU adopted new sanctions to respond to Russia’s decision to recognise the non-government controlled areas of Donetsk and Luhansk and to invade Ukraine.

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The main areas covered are the threat of nuclear, biological and chemical armaments proliferation, sanctions, AML, Health Emergency Risk in epidemic context.