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Rome tries to end sanctions against Russia, - Prime Minister of Italy

According to Conte, the sanctions are ineffective and hurt the Italian economy
14:01, 9 March 2019

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The Government of Italy is working to try to end the international sanctions against Russia, which the ruling parties in Rome say are ineffective and hurt the Italian economy. Giuseppe Conte, the Italian Prime Minister, said this at a foreign policy conference in Genova, as Reuters reports.

According to Conte, the sanctions against the Russian Federation after Crimea's annexation in 2014 are not supposed to be the target. He outlined that the sanctions should not affect the Italian economy.

Related: Azov crisis: EU ambassadors agree on sanctions against eight Russians

When asked if Italy wanted them lifted, he replied: “We are working for this objective”, the Prime Minister said.

At the same time, the U.S. President Donald Trump ordered to prolong anti-Russian sanctions for aggression in Ukraine for another year, as the press office of the White House reported.

Therefore, the national emergency declared on March 6, 2014, and measures are taken then, including those adopted on March 16, 20 and December 19, 2014, were prolonged for one more year to deal with this emergency. Besides, the measures imposed by Trump’s Administration on September 20, 2018, were also extended.

Related: U.S. Congress publishes draft law on anti-Russian sanctions

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Chris Babeoufa

Member since: 09.03.2019

Messages: 4

9 March 2019, 19:14
This of course a lie. Since the renewal of sanctions against Russia will end if one EU member votes against them the Italian government can always end EU sanctions, but does not do it. However the lie is interesting because it reveals what the Italian government should do , according to the election manifesto's of the parties that compose it.
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