Moskalkova commented on the possible ban on the import of medicines from USA
MOSCOW, 24 APR — RIA Novosti. The Commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova considers unacceptable deterioration in the quality of life of people with disabilities and people with chronic diseases because of a possible ban on the import of medicines from USA and other countries.
The Ombudsman for human rights, met with winners of the III all-Russian Intercollegiate competition law “protection of the rights of persons with disabilities”.
“Together we discussed the issues that need to be addressed as soon as possible… Special attention to the difficult geopolitical situation was given to the sanctions ban on the import of medicines: in ban the importation of rare drugs can sharply worsen the quality of life of persons with disabilities with chronic diseases, and this is unacceptable,” she wrote on Instagram.
A bill to sanctions the U.S. and other countries were submitted to the Duma on April 13. The document gives the government the right by decision of the President to enter 16 different responses, including to prohibit or restrict the import of agricultural, alcohol and tobacco products, drugs from certain countries prohibit or restrict the export from Russia of rare earth metals, to suspend cooperation on the nuclear, aircraft, and rocket engines.