Wednesday, June 22, 2011

France and Britain in the EU pose new sanctions against the Syrian Regime

The European Union has extended sanctions against Syria today and has included four people from that country, three Iranians and four companies linked to the Army. The list of sanctions by France and the UK has been approved from the other EU countries, according to diplomatic sources have indicated. This is the third round of sanctions imposed by the EU against Syria after the violent repression of the regime of Bashar al-Assad and is an "important message" to Damascus regime of repression is "unacceptable," added the sources.

The EU has sanctioned individuals and entities to "provide or support military equipment to Syria," he instructed. The list was formally approved on Thursday, and Friday will be published in the Official Journal of the EU. Himself Syrian President Bashar Assad and other senior officials of his government were sentenced last May.

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