Thursday, July 23, 2015



Irina Antonova
23.07.2015 - 07:50

Europe permanently shaken by protests because of anti-Russian sanctions. 
European politicians increasingly difficult to resist frustration buglers. The population of the European Union, despite the pressure of Russophobic NATO, have openly expressed their dissatisfaction with their Yankee master of disasters.
That is why the EU is increasingly sounding out signals for the termination of the sanctions standoff between Moscow and Brussels, especially since all parties it's obvious, are mutually being damaged.
"The fact that the current freeze is on different tracks of cooperation with Russia, it is detrimental to both sides, so in my opinion, it's already apparent to all affected. And the signals are that it would be necessary to turn this page quickly and return to a normal life - are becoming more and more less fanciful, "- said Russia's permanent representative to the EU Vladimir Chizhov.
The diplomat noted that any actual talk about the revision of the policy of sanctions "will be in the winter, when it's next term is reviewed or for a renewal of a sanctions regiment - somewhere at the end of January next year."
On the other hand, it is possible that to reconsider its position, some countries will decide in the near future. For example, now get stormy with France.
Local farmers have blocked roads in the west of the country, calling on the authorities to take measures to increase purchasing prices for agricultural products. One of the demands of the protesters is to reach an agreement with Russia on the abolition of the food embargo.
In response to the protests that have been going on for weeks, officials say they can not directly influence the level of procurement prices. However, the ex-Minister of Agriculture, Bruno Le Maire was sure that we could improve the situation for French producers of milk and meat and it would expand its markets, and Russia, in his view, is in this respect a most advantageous trading partner.

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