Report: Germany suggests restrictions on EU exporters
MOSCOW, May 12 (PRIME) -- Germany has suggested targeting the European companies that might support exports of sanctioned goods to Russia in a new E.U. sanctions package, the Financial Times reported on Friday citing a letter.
Berlin suggested obliging exporters to introduce terms forbidding companies from third countries to re-export some goods to Russia to the contracts.
According to an earlier report by Reuters, Germany stood against sanctions on Chinese companies not to cause a misbalance between the effect of sanctions and a negative outcome for diplomatic relations.