European Union currently has no decision on a complete embargo on Russian oil and gas imports, the bloc’s top diplomat Josep Borrell said. He cited insufficient support for the move that is expected to have large economic consequences.

“At the moment, we in the EU do not have a unified position on this question”, Borrell said, according to reports from Reuters citing a German newspaper.

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The European Union is discussing the oil embargo on Russia citing its ongoing invasion of Ukraine, which the Kremlin has tagged as a “special operation.” Hundreds of thousands have died in the ongoing conflict, Ukrainian authorities claim.

The 28-member-bloc will be taking up the matter at the next summit, which is reportedly scheduled for later this month, Borrell said. He added that a decision is not expected before the meeting is concluded.

Russia is the biggest source of oil for almost the entire European Union, according to reports from Reuters citing data from the bloc’s statistics office Eurostat. Moscow supplied more than 25% of the oil to the European Union in 2020.

The update comes as the European Union is planning to serve Russia with another set of sanctions since the invasion began on February 24. If agreed upon, it will be the sixth of its kind.

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Fissures in European unity have emerged over the last week as the economic impacts of the conflict have begun to surface. Some countries were seen getting on the “neutrality” bandwagon as the conflict gets two months old.

Austria, a non-member of NATO, said that Ukraine should not be a part of the European Union and should seek a “different way” to strengthen ties with the bloc. The remarks were made by Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg, who was speaking at the 14th European media summit, Fox News reported.