brussels - The European Union is considering additional sanctions against Russia if the current ' atrocities '' continue in Syria. This is evident from draft conclusions of the EU summit in Brussels where European leaders discuss the issue Thursday night.
Leaders speak in the text ' their strong condemnation 'of the attacks on civilians in Aleppo Syria and its allies, with Russia with his name. They call for ' immediate cessation 'of hostilities and demanding access for humanitarian convoys. Steps should be brought to justice those responsible and the political dialogue needs a reboot.
The EU has already imposed sanctions against Russia because of the situation in Crimea and eastern Ukraine, but additional measures because of Russian bombing in Syria sensitive. All options are open, is in the draft text, including travel bans and the freezing of assets of individuals and organizations.