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European Countries Expel 100+ Russian Diplomats, EU Implements Coal Import Ban after Bucha Massacre




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In the wake of the devastating Bucha massacre, numerous European countries have taken decisive action by expelling more than 120 Russian diplomats within the last 48 hours, Your Content has learned.

Germany, France, Italy, and Spain are among the nations that have chosen to remove embassy staff as a response to the tragic event that unfolded in Bucha, Ukraine.

These expulsions come hand-in-hand with the European Union’s announcement of a fresh round of sanctions, targeting the gruesome massacres that took place.

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has expressed the bloc’s determination to respond firmly.

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As a part of these measures, the EU will implement a coal import ban worth approximately £3 billion per year, directly affecting Russia.

This step is seen as a significant move by the European Union to condemn the horrific acts in Bucha and to exert economic pressure in response to the situation.

The Bucha massacre, which led to this swift and resolute action, shocked the international community.

The European Union and its member states have shown their solidarity by expelling a substantial number of Russian diplomats, making it clear that such acts of violence against innocent civilians will not go unpunished.

The EU’s decision to impose a coal import ban further illustrates their determination to hold Russia accountable for its actions.

The expelled Russian diplomats now face the consequences of their government’s alleged involvement in the Bucha massacre.

The European Union’s resolute stance serves as a warning to Russia and sends a powerful message that human rights violations will not be tolerated.

As the international community grapples with the aftermath of this tragic event, Europe is taking decisive steps to ensure justice for the victims and prevent further atrocities, according to The Daily Beast.

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