The Real Cost of War: Sanctions Pressure on Russia Will Increase

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Ukraine's National Association of Mining Industry is calling on the EU to ban imports of Russian iron ore and ferrous metals, as Russia earned 3 billion euros from these sales in 2023. Meanwhile, the EU considers tougher sanctions on Russian liquefied natural gas, with countries like Turkey turning to US suppliers. Existing EU sanctions, particularly on Russian oil exports, have already cost Moscow $113 billion in lost revenue. Stay tuned to see how the push for stricter measures reflects growing international efforts to isolate Russia economically.
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The economic pressure on Russia must be constantly increased.

DominikGentener
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Nothing should be shipped to Russia.
Nothing should be shipped from Russia.
Total Embargo Forever.
Let them trade with Neptune and Andromeda

tonylewis
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The only way to weaken Russia is to apply tougher sanctions...

alfredogustavovazquez
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Yes! Block export to Russia - metals and electronic weapons.

markh
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Sanctions have to unfold over time but why not make it permanent?

bigolboomerbelly
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Wow, look at how the industrialists keep sanctions on the back burner. Who's in charge? It's not the little people.

AstroGremlinAmerican
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They should do it. But it needs to be phased in to prevent supply chain shortages. It takes time for other nonsanctioned sources of sanctioned resources to increase production.

henryknepp
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Aye aye! The sanctions are working very well although you need to understand economics a little to understand. Joe blogs channel is great for this!

dirkaminimo
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"Ferrous" spoken here sounds like "furious" but should be closer to sounding like "care-us" but with an F. "fare-us" is closer.

jansenart
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feel india is helping in coal, gold etc
So much euphoria in the stocks market

marthaiyengar
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if you think the west is going to go without russian energy for long you dont understand capitalism. or the global energy situation for that matter.

operator
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ROFLMAO YOU MEAN LIKE THE 1948-1991 SOVIET SANCTIONS?

aprilgeneric
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😂😂😂😂 show us Mariopol .. what sanction

dkd
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Btw we need journalist like egarova in ukraine rather than this puppet of zelensky

godwingeorgw
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, yeah riiggghhhtttt, Hahahahahahahaha

alfonsogeiger
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Meanwhile Briben is waging war on domestic energy companies

RatTerminator
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ukraine logic: We’re losing because of a lack of sanctions.
Reality: Ukraine is losing due to a lack of manpower because Keyboard warriors are hiding.

rmDECFRE
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Ladies and gentlemen of UATV if you are unable to find people who know how to correctly pronounce English and whose pronunciation is somewhat understandable, use AI generated voice if you have no other options. Every now and then I have to stop the video to translate in my head what the reporter said. The topics you cover are interesting, but it is really tiring to listen to the wrongly pronounced text. This is really irritating and should be unacceptable for a television station financed by the Ukrainian government.

miroslavaringer
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Russia have not problem. USA and nato have problems, a big problems

antoniobassi