The head of the Ukrainian diplomacy Pavlo Klimkin has threatened Russia with new “very serious” party sanctions. Restrictions, he said, will be introduced in February and will be “a powerful impetus to Russia was by the logic of real mandate in the Donbas.”
Located in new York foreign Minister of Ukraine told the Ukrainian TV channel “Direct” that is currently discussing the introduction of new anti-Russian sanctions. Scheduled for February next year, the portion restrictions will be a “very serious” and would affect the assets of the Russian business.
“In February there will be a new and very serious set of sanctions, which will relate, in particular, assets of the Russian oligarchs. We talk about how to create a system of such pressure”, — said the Minister.
According to the TV channel “inter”, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine discussed the issue with U.S. Secretary of state, being in new York, where he arrived to participate in the security Council of the United Nations.
“Will publish a list of not only Russian assets, but I understand that the assets of many Russian oligarchs, who are behind the Russian regime”, – said Klimkin Ukrainian viewers.
According to the Minister, this measure will make Moscow more compliant when discussing the introduction of the UN mission in the conflict zone in Eastern Ukraine.
“And I think it will be a very powerful impetus to Russia was by the logic of real mandate in the Donbas… To do this, the formula is very simple — Russia is emerging, and the international component comes in,” said the head of the Ukrainian foreign Ministry.
As previously reported, in his speech in the UN security Council, the Ukrainian Minister called the DPRK a “client” of Russia, and declared that “the continued occupation of the territory of Ukraine, a country with nuclear weapons” and “Russian military aggression” against his country.
These words reacted sharply, Russia’s permanent representative at the organization Vassily Nebenzia, advising the Ukrainian diplomat to save his eloquence for meetings on relevant issues.
“I would like Minister Klimkin, who was speaking here today to recommend to highlight their presence the Security Council meeting, where the presentation of their legends about what happened and what is happening in Ukraine is at least in a remote degree to fit the agenda of this body,” — said Nebenzia.
December 31 ends the participation of Ukraine in the security Council, a non-permanent member of which the country was in the last two years.