Date: 7 months ago   Category: Economy

The European Parliament deputy has said that he doesn't know the purpose of the anti-Russian sanctions of the EU — Rambler News Service


The British European Parliament deputy Nathan Jill has told RNS that he doesn't know, for what purpose the European Union has imposed sanctions against Russia. "I don't understand that Europe wants to achieve sanctions. I don't know what purpose. That it is even worse — it seems, Europe itself doesn't know" — he has told RNS on the sidelines of the Moldo-rossiysky economic forum. "Now the European Parliament was divided into two parts: one part is incited against Russia and looks for opportunities to inflict new sanctions. I not really understand why. In fact Europe loses large market" — has continued Jill. According to him, the West needs to agree with Russia. "I think that sanctions — not that method. If you want to induce someone to do something, then punishment — not the best method. Continuation of trade with Russia, maintenance of communications with the country would be a good example that would allow to sit down at a negotiating table and to conduct open and free dialogue" — he has noted. He has noted that sanctions have deprived a number of the European countries of key sales market. "There is a number of the European countries which historically traded with Russia — Latvia, Estonia and Poland — neighbors of Russia. As a result of sanctions the market of Russia for them was closed. Producers suffer, at them sales market has disappeared. They had a lot of production which can't be sold" — I have told Jill.

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