The EU ambassadors also agreed on certain restrictive measures in
relation to structures suspected by the EU of disrupting the territorial
integrity of Ukraine, he said.
The EU ambassadors agreed further measures to limit trade and
investment projects with Crimea and Sevastopol, as it was required by
the Council of Europe on July 19, he said.
These agreements will come into force following an appropriate
written procedure on Wednesday and will be published in the Official
Journal of the European Union late on Wednesday, July 30.