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The sanctions of the West are not decisive in the development of relations between Russia and China - Rogozin

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin at the international industrial exhibition Innoprom in Yekaterinburg said that the development of relations between Russia and China is not dictated by sanctions that Western countries have introduced

The sanctions of the West are not decisive in the development of relations between Russia and China - Rogozin
According to him, international economic sanctions affect the relations between Russia and China, but they are not a determining factor, RIA Novosti notes.

“If there were no sanctions, then our cooperation would be more active, but we should not think that these sanctions are a hindrance or a reason for developing relations with China. The development of our relations is dictated by the logic of development of our two states, ”said Rogozin.

Relations between Russia and the West have become complicated because of the situation in Ukraine. At the end of July 2014, the EU and the United States moved from targeted sanctions against individual individuals and companies to measures against entire sectors of the Russian economy. In response, Russia in August 2014 restricted imports of foodstuffs from countries that have imposed sanctions on it, including from the EU.

Russia 25 June decided to extend its food embargo for a year - until 5 August 2016, in response to EU sanctions, which were extended until January 31 that year. Russian President Vladimir Putin 29 June signed a decree extending the pro-bargo, introduced in response to Western sanctions, until December 31 2017.