EU, US discussed how to address China’s role as conduit for goods to Russia

WASHINGTON: The EU and its allies are considering steps to address the export from China of goods that could help Russia’s military, including by imposing further sanctions, the bloc’s sanctions coordinator said on Thursday.
EU Sanctions Envoy David O’Sullivan said he discussed with US counterparts this week how to address China’s growing role and the role of production hubs in Southeast Asia as sources of advanced technology products, as the partners look to crack down on Moscow’s evasion of Western sanctions imposed over the war in Ukraine.

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