EU to restrict travel rules for Russians, split on how far to go
The EU’s foreign policy chief on Wednesday urged bickering nations to settle their differences on restricting travel for Russian citizens and said Europe must remain united in its defiance of Moscow six months after the invasion of Ukraine. Josep Borrell made his warning as foreign ministers of the European Union gathered in Prague for a second day of talks, where they were expected to agree in principle on suspending a visa facilitation agreement with Moscow. That step would make Russians wait longer, and pay more, for visas for travel to EU countries.
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