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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The Russian foreign Ministry does not rule out countermeasures against the United States


The press service of the Department of information and press of the Russian foreign Ministry issued a statement in which commented on the introduction of new restrictive measures against Russia from the United States.

“In the United States brought into force against Russia sanctions law “On combating the enemies of America through sanctions.” The title of the document speaks for itself: agents are trying to convince the American public an appropriate view of Russia. Very short-sighted, dangerous line that could undermine stability… We’re not going to leave without an answer hostile attacks, including expulsion by U.S. authorities of our diplomats and the seizure of diplomatic property, while reserving the right to other countermeasures. American fans of sanctions, plunging US in Russophobic hysteria, it’s time to get rid of illusions and to understand that no amount of threats and attempts to pressure Russia not to force to change course or to compromise national interests… Plodotvornoe cooperation is possible only if Washington politicians will overcome their own mistakes, will cease to perceive the world through the distorting prism of the reality of “American exceptionalism”, – stated in the document published on the official website of the foreign Ministry.

See also in MK: Medvedev put trump on the cross: “the Hope to improve relations end”

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