Russia approves lifting of sanctions on several Ukrainian companies

Source : 112 Ukraine

We are talking about those industries that were focused on the export of goods to Russia
20:27, 14 October 2020

President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to lift sanctions on several Ukrainian enterprises so that they can supply products to Russia. This is reported by RBK.

"We are talking about those industries that were focused on exporting goods to Russia. We consider it possible to allow deliveries to companies - the Barsky Machine-Building Plant and the Rubezhansky Cardboard Plant," said Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

"We are always ready to restore full-fledged interaction with Ukraine. (...) Let's consider that this is the first step and a gesture of goodwill on our part ... I agree," Putin said.

Earlier Putin said that Russia needs to prepare to ease the sanctions against Ukraine.

Related: Russian embassy denies accusations of hacker attacks in Norway

As we reported, Foreign Ministry of Norway found Russia's involvement in hacking the emails of members of the Norwegian parliament Storting in August, during which a data leak had occurred. Norwegian Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Soreide stated this, according to the press service of the Norwegian Foreign Ministry.

“On August 24, Storting announced a data leak in its e-mail systems. It is a serious incident affecting our most important democratic institution. Security and intelligence services are working closely on a national settlement of the incident. According to the government's information base, we believe that Russia is behind this activity,” Soreide said.  

According to her, the government will continue its efforts to strengthen the country's digital security at the national level and strengthen cooperation at the international level.

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