July 25 (Bloomberg) -- The European Union will publish its latest blacklist of people, companies and organizations over the Ukraine crisis tonight, probably after 6 p.m. Brussels time.
The list covers 15 people, nine Crimean companies and nine separatist groups, according to draft obtained by Bloomberg News yesterday.
EU national representatives are to start July 28 with discussion of so-called cronies list covering business allies of Russian President Vladimir Putin, two EU officials say. Discussion of curbs on trade, investment with Crimea also are set for July 28.
EU national representatives are set to resume discussion of broader sanctions on Russia on July 29. The broader sanctions could cover four areas: capital markets, defense, dual-use goods, sensitive technologies, EU spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic told reporters today in Brussels
No decision has been made yet on whether to hold summit of EU leaders.
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