MOSCOW, October 8 – Novosti. Brussels is finding it increasingly difficult to accept new anti-Russian restrictions, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas told the British Telegraph .
According to the prime minister, “there are not many elements left” against which sanctions could be imposed, and this is a “problem”.
In addition, according to her, it is increasingly difficult for the European Union to maintain a single position on this topic.
The EU on Thursday introduced the eighth package of anti-Russian sanctions, which includes both new economic restrictions and expanded lists of personal sanctions.