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21.11.2020 18:27 News >> Russia Extends Anti-West Sanctions Until 2021

Russia Extends Anti-West Sanctions Until 2021

Foreign Ministry also announces fresh sanctions on 25 British citizens.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday extended sanctions on some western countries until the end of next year in a row that has gone on for six years.
In a decree, Putin instructed the Cabinet to ensure implementation of the measures.
Russian economic sanctions prohibit import of a number of food products from the US, the EU, Norway, Australia, and Canada.
In a separate statement, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced sanctions on 25 UK citizens in a tit-for-tat response to London's ban on 25 Russian individuals.
"Any unfriendly step will not be left without an inevitable proportionate response," it said.
After Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014, a number of countries, including the EU and US, placed sanctions on Moscow. -



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