Russia to impose protective measures against Ukraine after the entry into force of the Agreement between Ukraine and the EU
Russia will take measures to protect their economy, after the negative consequences of signing of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU appear on its domestic market, declared Dmitry Peskov, Press Attaché for the President of Russian Federation, on June 27.
According D.Peskov, Russia will take such actions "as soon as the economy will come to new terms with the negative sign”. It is necessary that the signed agreement becomes realizing, then it can go on any protective actions, said the official.
While speaking about the possible package of protective measures, D.Peskov stressed that "it is quite obvious”.
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