The European Union (EU) has imposed new sanctions on Russia over the killing of civilians near the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
EU leaders say the killings in Ukraine, along with a number of other war crimes, were carried out by Russian servicemen.
French President Emmanuel Macron has called on the European Union to suspend all coal and oil production in Russia. The issue of new sanctions will be discussed on April 6.
The Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki has proposed convening an emergency summit of EU leaders on the issue of the massacre of civilians in Bucha.
According to him, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is especially against the idea of imposing new sanctions.
Meanwhile, the Chancellor himself stated yesterday that in response to the Bucha massacre, it is necessary to tighten sanctions against Moscow.
The Russian army left Bucha on March 30. On April 2, Ukrainians announced the discovery of the bodies of several dozen civilians shot in the city with their hands tied.
Russia categorically denies any involvement in the killings, claiming that the Ukrainians provided the international community with fake photos and videos.