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Germany does not see pretexts to lift sanctions against Russia
09:14, 2 March 2017
Germany does not see pretexts to lift sanctions against Russia

There was no significant progress in Minsk agreements implementation, according to the MFA head of Federal Republic of Germany

09:14, 2 March 2017

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There is hardly any progress in Minsk agreements implementation, so no reason to discuss lifting sanctions against Russia. This was stated by the Foreign Minister of Germany Sigmar Gabriel, reports Deutsche Welle.

“There were no steps forward, thus we are not in the position to lift sanctions despite the fact that perhaps, anybody in Europe would like to improve relations with Russia,” Foreign Minister said.

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