Iraq and elsewhere.
EU diplomats announced the sanctions last week (3 October), condemning Uzbekistan's refusal to allow a probe and saying the Uzbek government used excessive and indiscriminate force in quelling a public rebellion in Andijon in which more than 700 people may have died.
The EU cut 3 million euros in aid to Tashkent, and also imposed an embargo on the export of arms and equipment that
Brussels says can be used for internal repression.
(Reuters, RFE/RL correspondent in Brussels)
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