EU`s New Sanctions Against Russia Implies Support of Kiev's 'War Party': Moscow

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EU`s New Sanctions Against Russia Implies Support of Kiev
Published 6-09-2014, 18:43
MOSCOW, September 6 (RIA Novosti) - The European Union's announcement of additional sanctions against Russia signals its direct support of Kiev's "War Party," which is dissatisfied with the result of Friday's Minsk meeting of the Contact Group on Ukraine, Russia's Foreign Ministry said Saturday.

"Basically, the announcement of the upcoming expansion of the anti-Russian sanctions became the EU's first reaction to the meeting of the Contact Group on the resolution of the situation Ukraine that took place in Minsk the previous day and all the agreement that had been reached there, which allow to set the lives of all Ukrainians on a peaceful path," the ministry said in a statement.

"The European Union has demonstrated that its authorities are still lost in a political fantasy, and is practically sending the signal of direct support of the 'War Party' in Kiev, which is not satisfied with the outcomes of the Minsk meeting," the ministry said.

 

RIA Novosti

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