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All the amendments could be adopted and go through on a second reading on Tuesday, said Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
Last week Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk introduced a bill to parliament sanctioning Russia that included a ban on all transit through its territory.
READ MORE: Ukraine may block all transit from Russia in a sanction row - PM
The bill contained 26 restrictions on Russia, but the most controversial was a ban on energy transit. Yatsenyuk hopes this will help halt his country’s dependence on Russian gas, but the EU might be hurt the hardest. Europe gets about 15 percent of its gas requirements from Russia, with the Baltic States, Finland, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic a hundred percent dependent on Russian supplies.
originally posted by: Plugin
Wonder how Europe will react if this becomes reality.