Rasmussen: EU summit should send Putin a clear message

Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former prime minister of Denmark and former NATO Secretary General, who now heads the consultancy “Rasmussen Global”:

“I would suggest strengthening the sanctions against Putin’s cronies that may be responsible for the chemical attack in Salisbury, by extending sanctions for a period of 12 months, instead of the current six months. Such action would send a very clear message to President Putin that his reckless action is Salisbury has consequences, it has a cost.“

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