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MNI BRIEF: Hopes For EU Russia Oil Embargo: EU's Gentiloni

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Paolo Gentiloni, EU Commissioner for Economy and Financial Affairs, said Monday he sees "conditions for success" on agreeing a deal on a Russian oil embargo when the European Council meets later in Brussels.

"We have been working on this for two weeks, I wish we can conclude in this meeting", Gentiloni told Romes's Foreign Press Association.

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Paolo Gentiloni, EU Commissioner for Economy and Financial Affairs, said Monday he sees "conditions for success" on agreeing a deal on a Russian oil embargo when the European Council meets later in Brussels.

"We have been working on this for two weeks, I wish we can conclude in this meeting", Gentiloni told Romes's Foreign Press Association.

Keep reading...Show less