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six more months of freezing assets banning exports and cooling relations while russia or on a date date in world war two u. foreign ministers on monday extended their sanctions until january twenty sixteen , the target rushes state banks companies , some of president put , closest associates , came to make russia comply with the minsk's , fire agreement and leave ukraine , the number of the new governments are not really happy with sanctions i think that it sir , something that damages the emu was well but i have managed community to act to expand the sanctions for another six months something also closes strains with russia and russia is saying that it will respond to this measure hurry by extending sanctions of its own on the butt moscow's threats of retaliation aren't just directed at the e. u. , washington's pledged to store weapons in eastern europe is also angering the kremlin , because an instant backlash from president putin business i need to if someone threatened some voluntary trees we will have to a man armed forces what else can we do what we can , for now both sides claimed their movements are defensive , but this mutual military showdown is sparking fears every possible accident , people have pointed to the risk of them , some kind of accident or miscalculation because , and russian ships are shadowing what nato's at you very closely , a threat everything scale conflict seems unlikely ukraine is not a nato member and sanctions seem as far as the west is willing to go , at least for now , if russia decides to spread its wings for the west a proper military retaliation from nate so could be justified