LONDON — Spending by Russian tourists is falling in the double digits, and the economic situation could deteriorate further if the European Union decides to tighten sanctions against the nation following the crash of the Malaysian Airlines passenger jet in eastern Ukraine last week.
EU foreign ministers met in Brussels Tuesday to discuss the possibility of imposing further economic curbs on Russia if the country is found to be responsible for the plane crash in a pro-Russian, rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine.
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