Moscow responds to EU extension

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European Union foreign ministers extended economic sanctions on Russia for six months, until the end of January. The move is intended to keep pressure on Moscow over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, and is already drawing a retaliation from Russian officials. CCTV’s Anya Ardayeva filed this report from Moscow.

Moscow responds to EU extension

European Union foreign ministers extended economic sanctions on Russia for six months, until the end of January. The move is intended to keep pressure on Moscow over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, and is already drawing a retaliation from Russian officials. CCTV's Anya Ardayeva filed this report from Moscow.


Simon Saradzhyan on the sanctions against Russia
For more on the EU sanctions against Russia, CCTV’s Elaine Reyes spoke to Simon Saradzhyan. He is a fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.

Simon Saradzhyan on the sanctions against Russia

For more on the EU sanctions against Russia, CCTV's Elaine Reyes spoke to Simon Saradzhyan. He is a fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.


James Jatras on the sanctions and the conflict in Ukraine
For more on the sanctions and the conflict in Ukraine, CCTV America’s Asieh Namdar spoke to James Jatras, deputy director, American Institute in Ukraine.
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James Jatras on the sanctions and the conflict in Ukraine

For more on the sanctions and the conflict in Ukraine, CCTV America's Asien Namdar spoke to James Jatras, deputy director, American Institute in Ukraine.