Russia has no plans to take additional restrictive measures against countries that have imposed sanctions after the annexation of Crimea to Russia.
This was told by the head of government, Dmitry Medvedev in an interview with the Second TV Channel of Israel. Full text of the interview published on the website of the Government of Russia.
“No, we do not plan any additional response measures. Recently, we have taken all the necessary actions,” said Medvedev in response to a question whether Moscow plans to impose new sanctions against the West.
The prime minister said that he considers it a wrong way to continue “sanctions exchange”.
“Sanctions are always bad,” said Medvedev.