EU Eases Syria’s Oil Sanctions
European Union foreign ministers agreed on 22 April to ease oil sanctions on Syria in a bid to help anti-regime rebels, who have recently taken control of some of the country’s key oil fields . The EU said the ministers “today eased certain EU sanctions against Syria, including the oil embargo, so as to help the civilian population and support the opposition.” EU sanctions were imposed in 2011 in...
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