The Ambassador of Argentina: unilateral punishment does not help in resolving issues
Unilateral economic punishment never helped in resolving issues, on the contrary, they are useless And only harm, said in an interview Last news the Argentine Ambassador in the Russian Federation Pablo Anselmo Tettamanti.
The diplomat said that some time ago, Argentina was also a victim of the punishment.
"Unilateral economic punishment never helped in resolving issues, they cause only harm. And can never become the basis for decision-making. For this reason, We believe, because it sanctions the opposition will not last long. Punishment is useless And cause only harm. We sincerely hope that they will be protected, And again, this is against our ideas about what the Ukrainian crisis is able to be solved in a diplomatic tools, " said Tettamanti.
Relations between the Russian Federation And the West deteriorated in connection with the situation in Ukraine. At the end of July 2014, the EU And the United States from a point penalties against individuals And organizations turned to measures against entire sectors of the Russian economy. In response, Russia has restricted the import of food items from countries that have introduced in relation to penalties: USA, EU, Canada, Australia And Norway.
Moscow has stated many times that completely uninvolved in the events in the South-East of Ukraine, does not supply the militia military equipment And ammunition, is not a party to domestic conflict And is interested in Ukraine overcame political And economic crisis.
Western countries since March has repeatedly imposed punishment on a number of Russian politicians, businessmen And organizations because of the position of Russia in Ukraine. The last case of the use of such practices began in December limits, when the head of the U.S. announced an economic blockade of the Crimea, and in the sanctions List included a number of famous figures from the Crimea And Eastern Ukraine.
The list of Russian Citizens And organizations, first fell under the sentence, the material of the Fins news