The European Union has taken the step of eradicating three Russian enterprise leaders from its listing of sanctions focusing on Russia’s actions in Ukraine, in accordance with the EU’s Official Journal. This confirms an earlier report by Reuters. The people who’ve been eliminated are Grigory Berezkin, billionaire Farkhad Akhmedov, and Alexander Shulgin, the previous head of Russian e-commerce firm Ozon. It stays unclear whether or not this transfer alerts a shift within the EU’s strategy to sanctions or is merely a discretionary resolution in these particular circumstances. Authorized representatives for Berezkin and Shulgin have commented on the importance of this improvement.