Medvedev said that Russia live in conditions of sanctions

Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev said that Russia will have to live under sanctions. He called for Russia’s population to prepare for that this time can last “indefinitely”. About it reports “Interfax”.


“We must prepare for the fact that we live under sanctions indefinitely,” — said Medvedev.


Medvedev also added that the actions of the leaders of Europe and the United States aimed to “perpetuate” these sanctions, and stressed that all the achievements in industry and agriculture Russia had “made no thanks”.


In mid-February in both houses of the U.S. Congress introduced a bill about the control of any action for the abolition of anti-Russian sanctions. In the case of its adoption for any lifting or easing of sanctions will be required 120 days and the consent of the Congress.

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