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Russian Parliament suggests terminating economic connections with Poland
17:33, 20 July 2017
Russian Parliament suggests terminating economic connections with Poland

On Monday President of Poland Andrzej Duda signed the amendments to the bill banning communist propaganda, which imply demolishing Soviet monuments in Poland

17:33, 20 July 2017

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Russian Parliament suggests terminating economic connections with Poland due to USSR monuments dismantling bill, according to RIA News.

The media informs that Frants klintsevich, First Deputy of Russia’s Defence Committee, suggested Russia should take stringent measures in response to Poland’s decision to demolish monuments to Soviet heroes and liberators, in particular, terminate economic connections and ban Polish MPs and officials who supported the law from coming to Russia.

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“Without a doubt, we must take stringent measures. Rigorous approach is needed against MPs and government officials, they should be banned from coming here,” Klintsevich emphasized.

“We shouldn’t be afraid. All economic connections must be terminated,” he believes.

According to him, Russia is currently importing transport, chemicals, food products, and agricultural commodity from Poland, and this import is “considerable for Poland.”

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“Poland is discrediting Russia, it’s the outpost of anti-Russian policy and it spreads fakes. In essence, this is fascism encouragement. We can’t and we mustn’t keep silent,” he said.

As it was reported earlier, Poland answered Russia’s accusations on law on USSR monuments dismantling.

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