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Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, speaking on Friday at a meeting with colleagues from the EAEU member countries, proposed to take prompt decisions in connection with the anti-Russian sanctions of the West.
Earlier it became known that in connection with the events in Ukraine, the United States and Europe adopted a package of tough sanctions against Russia, which will affect, in particular, the financial and banking, energy, transport sectors, dual-use products, as well as export control, export financing and visa policy.
“Sanction actions will have a direct impact on the economic climate in the Eurasian space. In this sense, we must discuss what operational decisions need to be made so that these negative impacts are minimal or, if it is possible to circumvent this, make an appropriate decision,” he said, speaking at the meeting held in Nur-Sultan.