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European leaders have arrived in Brussels for the two-day summit. 

The member states are aiming to reach an agreement on banning Russian oil. 

“The European Council agrees that the sixth package of sanctions against Russia will cover crude oil, as well as petroleum products, delivered from Russia into Member States, with a temporary exception for crude oil delivered by pipeline,” the latest draft conclusions, seen by Reuters, said.

“The European Council therefore urges the Council to finalise and adopt it without delay, ensuring fair competition and a level playing field in the EU Single Market, and solidarity among Member States in case of sudden interruptions of supply,” the draft said.