Russia imposed economic sanctions in order to support domestic producers
Russia imposed economic sanctions against the list of Western countries in order to support Russian producers and open domestic market for countries, which are ready to cooperate with Russia, declared the President of Russia Vladimir Putin on August 14, 2014.
Meanwhile, V.Putin added that Russia will not break relations with its partners and stay away from the external world.
At the same time, the President stated it is necessary to develop the country owing the domestic resources, including foundation of additional motivation for industrial and agricultural development.
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