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Ukrainian climate activists demand sanctions regime for all Russian fossil fuels as gas supplies to EU from Russia are cut
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Today Ukrainian climate activist group Razom We Stand is hitting out against the EU's continued involvement in global trade of Russian fossil fuels, which provides funding for Russia's military, including its ongoing recent threats of using nuclear weapons. Activists demand immediate sanctions on Russian oil and gas to be adopted at EU level and scaled up globally. 

Campaigners warn that EU sanctions failure is fuelling Russia’s “genocidal” nuclear threats, demand full fossil fuel embargo now
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Writing in advance of the EU energy ministers’ meeting on Friday, the campaigners say that Vladimir Putin’s threat to use nuclear weapons against Ukraine has made it clear that European money can no longer be used to fund Russia’s “genocidal war. The open letter came as campaigners unveiled a billboard outside the European Parliament, clearly showing the link between Europe’s continued trade in Russian oil and the bloodshed in Ukraine.

Letter to the EU ahead of 8th sanctions package against Russia
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Razom We Stand NGO and Global Witness have addressed the European Commission and EU Council in a letter with demands to immediately impose and enforce sanctions on Russian exports of fossil fuels, which provides key sources of funding for Putin’s regime. 

US banks under scrutiny in congress over continued business with Russian oil and gas
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Norway and EU must address climate emergency and not indulge fossil fuel addiction - argue Ukrainian and international NGOs
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Joint NGO statement condemning Norway/EU climate inaction from Ukrainian, Norwegian and international organizations
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Anti-invasion campaigner: Time to step on the gas
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‘A complete ban on oil and gas imports from Russia could end this war tomorrow’ – Ukrainian Svitlana Romanko

Banks Have Ukrainian Blood on Their Hands
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Citi is not alone. Together with JPMorgan Chase, HSBC, and Crédit Agricole, it collectively provided more than 12 billion dollars of loans for Russian oil and gas companies in the run up to Russia's full scale military invasion.

Fueling Genocide: Western Financial Institutions Must Stop Supporting Russia
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JPMorgan Chase, HSBC, Citi, and Crédit Agricole have provided in total more than 12 billion dollars of loans for Russian oil and gas companies in the run up to Russia’s full-scale military invasion and continued providing financial services for them after Putin started the massacre.