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Monday, June 19, 2017

Rogozin has compared Russia with “a fist in the throat of the West”


Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, visited Friday in Kovrov plant them. Vasily Degtyarev, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the company, said that Western sanctions against Russia are not temporary, but permanent. Rogozin explained that this comes from the fact that Russia as “a fist in the throat of the West” with their independence and with their Outlook on life.


photo: Gennady Cherkasov

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin speaks at the solemn meeting in Kovrov in honor of the 100th anniversary of the plant. Vasily Degtyarev.

According to TASS, speaking about Western sanctions, he noted that the statements about their temporary nature – not true. According to Rogozin, Russia “like a fist in their throats” with his Outlook on life, independence, with a huge rich territory and unbroken people. Therefore, says Rogozin said that sanctions against Russia will always be.

Moreover, the Deputy Prime Minister told the audience that the court time is not peaceful and that Russia approaching threat. Harbingers of such a threat Rogozin called “blackmail politics” and “sanctions”. He noted that it has always been in the history of Russia, when she tried to regain its strength and to demonstrate the will to independence.

“We have always tried to hinder, interfere, and will interfere,” – said Rogozin, stressing the resistance of the Russian soldier and the highest reliability of Russian weapons.

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