Psaki praised the European countries affected by anti-sanctions

Psaki praised the European countries affected by anti-sanctionsThe representative of the U.S. Department of state Jen Psaki praised the European partners, who joined the sanctions against Russia and lost because of this the market for their own goods.According to Psaki, USA and partners, naturewise from sanctions, ready to start their rollback. Conditions began easing of restrictive measures remain extremely vague - "progress" in establishing lasting peace in accordance with the Minsk agreements, according to LifeNews.Thus Psaki commented on the recent statement of the President of France Francois Hollande, who advocated the abolition of sanctions against Russia. The state Department spokesman said that made French politician position does not contradict the point of view of the American depodesta."It was our position, and the position of our European partners from the very beginning," explained Psaki. The speaker is not eager to praise those countries that still adhere to the policy of sanctions against Russia. As always, we appreciate the cooperation of our European partners in the implementation of the sanctions, and we expect will continue to work in sync with them.".



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