Russian Federation sanctions 'madness' says Salvini - English

20 Octobre, 2018, 05:56 | Auteur: Auguste Feret
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Salvini also called the sanctions "an absurdity".

His comments came a day after Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini had described the European Union sanctions as a "social, cultural and economic absurdity".

RFE/RL's sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that while the proposal is unlikely to be approved at the summit this week, it might eventually be adopted at a summit meeting in December when European Union leaders are due to vote on extending the EU's sanctions on Russian Federation.

The EU, meanwhile, asked the EIB to stop new financing operations in Russia and the EBRD suspended EU-Russia bilateral and regional cooperation programs. although its projects dealing exclusively with civil society were maintained. He said an assessment of what was most in Italian interests would be made.

EU sources have told RFE/RL that Italy might agree to extend the sanctions if the EU agrees to Rome's proposal to soften them somewhat by reviving EU bank funding for small Russian businesses that were not targeted by the sanctions.

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"I come here free of charge because I think the sanctions are economic, social and cultural madness", he said.

During Wednesday's visit Salvini was received by Russian Federation deputy foreign minister Alexander Grushko. "Of course, there is no sense in what they are", said Salvini.

He stated this in an interview with la Repubblica, citing Reuters, reports "UKRINFORM".

Interior Minister of Italy and leader of the far-right party "League" Matteo Salvini said that Ukraine is fueling a religious war.



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