The authorities in Northern areas of Germany complained about the damage from anti-Russian sanctions
Business Northern areas of Germany affected by the sanctions against Russia, said the Minister of economy of Schleswig-Holstein Reinhard Meyer.
"More than others (suffering) automotive. But Also affected and engineering, and food industry, "Meyer quotes RIA "news" referring to the Hamburger Abendblatt.
Export the North of Germany because Russia imposed an embargo in response to punishment in one year decreased by 31% and imports by 13%, said the Minister. Also Meyer said that punishment has influenced the organization in charge of logistics, and ports in the Northern part of Germany." certain transport organization was under threat of destruction due to a sharp reduction in transport agreements, " he said. Remember, 10 may, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the trade turnover between Russia and Germany in 2014 for the first time in the last 5 years has decreased by 6, 5%. On 5 may the European Parliament Committee on international relations blessed the draft decision calling for sanctions against Russia in case of failure of the Minsk agreements, and agreed to bring the document to valaisiana Assembly in June. In April it was announced that the Export of items from Germany to the Russian Federation decreased by 34% from January to February of 2015 compared with the same period last year. In January the head of the Oriental Department of the German economy Eckhard Cordes reported that the Export of German subjects to the Russian Federation decreased in 2014 by 6 billion euros due to the introduction of the EU sanctions and the response from Russia, which increases the probability of the cast to reduce 60 thousand Jobs. Relations between Russia and the West deteriorated in connection with the situation in Ukraine. The EU and the US on the background reached in Minsk agreements between Kiev and militias Donbass about stopping the fire entered against Russia punishment, against the financial, oil and defense industries.