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EU extends Syria economic sanctions until June 2015: statement

BRUSSELS: The European Union said Thursday it was renewing economic sanctions against Syria, including an oil embargo and asset freezes against allies of President Bashar Assad, for another year.

The measures, which will extend to June 1, 2015, affect 179 people "associated with the violent repression in Syria", and 53 entities, including the Central Bank of Syria, read an EU statement.

 

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