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    Seven EU member states are against prolonging the current anti-Russian sanctions.

    EU Seven Vs Sanctions

    The EU Summit in Brussels on Thursday found its leaders split over anti-Russian sanctions, with Austria, Italy, Spain, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary and Slovakia being in favor of them being lifted. It is not only Russia that is potentially suffering from the sanctions but also the EU member states, the Cypriot Member of the European Parliament pointed out, adding that the sanctions didn't achieve their goal of easing tensions between the West and Russia.

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