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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Western media have tipped Russia next extension of the sanctions


The decision to extend the restrictive measures of the West against Russia for another half a year will be positive, assured reporters of the Financial Times. The main reason is too sharp debate that can occur among those countries who are now our “friendship against Russia”.

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Journalists of the international business newspaper, citing its own sources in Brussels explained the decision by saying that even those countries that are now much talk about the need to mitigate inefficient and destructive for the economies of all parties involved in the restrictive measures against Russia, do not risk to take on this issue final decisions.

“The reasons for the delay – concerns that the issue of softening or lifting of anti-Russian sanctions may lead to confrontation between the European countries, which call for a revision of the sanctions, (Italy, France, Hungary and Greece), and States supporters of extension (Poland and the Baltic countries)”, – journalists assume.

In the end, the most loyal of Russia decided to “take a pause” and to postpone the claims about the weakening of the sanctions policy before the summit of EU leaders which will take place in December 2016. And raging in Europe migration crisis does not allow a proper focus on this issue. For the Kremlin, this means only that existing sanctions will be extended for another six months. despite growing resistance among European politicians.

We will remind, it became known yesterday that the Upper house of the French Parliament overwhelming majority of votes (“for” vote of 302 senators, against only 16) golosovanie resolution on the easing of sanctions against Russia.

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