In the Parliament recognized the “insignificance” of sanctions against the Crimea
MOSCOW, 14 Jul — RIA Novosti. Western sanctions against the Crimea “absolutely negligible,” said member of Parliament Eugene Moore in the TV channel “112 Ukraine”.
According to the Deputy, the economic restrictions imposed against the Crimea “does not bring much damage” the Russian economy. “Sanctions, which is constantly trumpeting our power, they are in the Crimea, if you look at, absolutely insignificant,” said Moore.
The main sanctions that were introduced, they were introduced after the MH17 and after the events in the East of the country. If the Minsk format will be successful, that the Crimea will remain the sanctions that absolutely do not harm. Eugene Morewidespread of the Verkhovna Rada
The MP also lamented that the U.S. does not consider Ukraine as a partner, and use it to “pressure” on Russia.
“(The United States. — Approx. ed.) We used as the object in order to solve its geopolitical issues. We such point that is used to hurt to put pressure on the corn of the Russian Federation, but not primarily to solve our problems, and to solve their own interests,” concluded Moore.
Relations between Russia and the West deteriorated in connection with the situation in Ukraine and around the Crimea. The West is accusing Russia of meddling has imposed sanctions against it. Moscow retaliated, took the policy of import substitution and has repeatedly said that talking with her in language of sanctions counterproductive. Moscow has repeatedly stated that it is not a party to domestic conflict, but is interested in Ukraine overcame political and economic crisis.