Anti-Russian sanctions will not be canceled in the near future, and "we shouldn't rely on the other people's choices." This was stated by Russian Prime Minister Dmitriy Medvedev, speaking at the congress of United Russia political party, reports RBK.
"It's time to give up illusions that in respect of our country some sanctions will be lifted. It is clear that everything that has happened, will last for a long time. We shouldn't rely on other people's choices", said the chairman of the Russian government.
He also added that it is necessary to stop to expect "the arrival of new foreign managers."
Earlier, US President Donald Trump in an interview with British newspaper The Times said he is ready to offer to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the lifting of sanctions in exchange for a reduction of nuclear arsenals.