EU set to discuss Russian oil embargo; Moscow says Ukraine’s Donbas is an ‘unconditional priority’

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  European Union leaders agreed to a sixth sanctions package that would immediately hit 75% of Russian oil imports, European Council President Charles Michel said, adding that embargo would expand to encompass 90% of imports by year end. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Russia’s Vladimir Putin he is ready to meet with officials from…

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