Ukraine - Russia: sanctions in response
Ukrainian government agreed to accept the law that will help Ukraine to take measures in response to discrimination from Russia
The low provides information of what to do in case of hostile actions of aggressor to Ukraine.
“In case hostile actions are taking place, Ukrainian Government has a right to take measures according to the situation”.
Further actions are explained in the low: prohibition of any economic actions between two countries, invalidation of Custom tariff rates.
The low will enter into force the next day after publication.
Before the voting Prime Minister of Ukraine said: “If Russia will introduce sanctions becouse of the beginning of free trade zone between Ukraine and EU, Ukrainian government will ratify sanctions in response”.
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