The European Union will not impose new sanctions on Russian individuals if the Kremlin releases pro-democracy leader Alexei Navalny, EU foreign ministers said on Monday, sending the bloc’s chief diplomat to Moscow next week. Despite calls from the Baltic states, Italy and Romania for sanctions against Russian officials in response to Navalny’s detention, following his return to Russia from Germany on 17 January, Germany demanded that he be given more ……

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