Denmark and Poland support extension of anti-Russian sanctions
Sanctions against Russia must stay in place as long as Minsk peace agreement is not implemented
Leaders of Poland and Denmark continue to support extension of sanctions against the Russian Federation, ‘Radion Poland’ reports.
President of Poland Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister of Denmark Lars Lokke Rasmussen stated, that sanctions against Russia must stay in place as long as Minsk peace agreement is not fully implemented.
Duda believes, that Europe should continue negotiations with Russia, based on partnership instead of fear. The negotiation must be based on principles of peace and respect for international law, according to Duda.
PM of Denmark stressed, that he will continue supporting NATO’s policy when it comes to defense and security.
It has been reported earlier, that the EU High Representative on Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini expects, that the round of economic sanctions against Russia will be extended in light of Russia’s military aggression in Ukraine.
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