Head of Russian Ministry of Economic Development Alexei Uliukaiev said that Ukrainian sanctions against Russia are against violate WTO rules, TASS. He added that Russia is unlikely bring a suit against Ukraine thought. “Probably we may seek other ways to solve the situation,” stated Uliukaiev.
September 16, President of Ukraine Poroshenko signed a decree on sanctions against Russia. The list, adopted by the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, includes 388 individuals and more than 105 entities. In particular, about 20 Russian airlines are blacklisted. The issue of the counter-sanctions against Ukraine will be considered only after the receipt of all necessary clarification of Kyiv, as stated Head of Russian Ministry of Economic Development.
October 2, a summit in Paris, which to gather leaders of France, Germany, Ukraine and Russia, will embrace extending the Minsk agreement, according to a person involved in Kremlin policy. "Prolonging the truce means sanctions will stay, according to four German, French and U.S. officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, citing the sensitivity of the issue," reports Bloomberg.