Kosovo introduced new sanctions against Russia
The Kosovo government decided today to introduce new sanctions against Russia, due to that country's aggression against Ukraine, the MIA correspondent from Pristina reported.
Explaining the proposal for the new measures at the government session held this afternoon, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kosovo, Donika Grvala said that in this way Kosovo will contribute "to the continuation of close cooperation with the United States of America and the European Union".
The new sanctions, informs the head of Kosovo's diplomacy, include "restriction of exports with dual-use goods and technology, as well as goods and technology that can serve to technologically improve Russia's defense and security system."
"The sanctions prohibit new investments in the Russian energy sector... all transactions with certain state-owned Russian companies, which are now the object of refinancing restrictions, are restricted, and measures are also adopted that prohibit the offering of credit valuation services," he informed. Grwala.