Berlin has expressed an interest in maintaining open channels with Moscow, despite the existence of black lists of citizens who are denied entry to the Russian Federation, said the official to submit the foreign Ministry of Germany Sawsan Chebli.
"we need to leave open channels, it is in our interests to seek to resolve the conflict situation in Ukraine ", - said Cable." We are in cooperation with the Russian side, but We require transparency. Individuals that are blacklisted, have to be informed why they were there, "said Chebli, reports RIA" Novosti ". According to Cable, in the EU there is a similar list for Russian Residents, however, it is a " public and transparent ".
before the first day of the week the Deputy Director of the Department of information and press of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said that Moscow considers the possibility of expanding the black list of EU citizens. Before that, the President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov reported that Moscow at the request of the European Union gave its own blacklist of Europeans