The European Union announced it is extending its sanctions of Russia to include all 351 members of the Russian State Duma "who voted on 15 February in favour of the appeal to President Putin to recognise the independence of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk 'republics'." Further, the EU will impose targeted measures on 27 additional individuals and entities, bringing the total number of sanctions to 607.
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