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Monday, February 19, 2018

Member of Parliament: anti-Russian Western sanctions have deprived Ukraine half of GDP


Anti-Russian sanctions imposed by the US and the EU, most of the harm caused Ukraine who have lost markets for their products. This statement was made by MP Eugene Moore, estimated that the Ukrainian economy has lost half of GDP.


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Verkhovna Rada Deputy Yevhen murayev has estimated losses inflicted on the Ukrainian economy imposed by the United States and the European Union on sanctions against Russia. According to the MP, these limitations have deprived Ukraine of half of the gross domestic product.

According to Murewa, due to the loss of markets that Ukraine suffered the most. While Russia itself suffered minor damage.

“Peace is necessary in order to return at least familiar markets. These sanctions kill the Russian, kill the Europe, but most of all they took the income of Ukrainian citizens. We lost half of GDP. Russia has lost two per cent, Europe is the less than one percent, and we — half,” said the legislator in the Ukrainian TV channel NewsOne.

The Deputy comes to the conclusion that from this point of view, the exchange of restrictive measures looks as sanctions war against Kiev.

“This sanctions war against whom? Against us?”— said the MP.

The loss of markets leads to the fact that the country closed businesses, more recently, demonstrated successes at the global level, said Moore.

“We did the most technologically advanced missiles in the world, and now these plants will drive tours,” — said the MP.

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