The extension of Canada's sanctions list against Russia is populist in nature and is another attempt to "annoy" Russia is convinced 1st Deputy Chairman of the Department of the Federation Council on international Affairs Vladimir djabarov.
"This attempt by Canada to strengthen their own image of the country as more stringent than the United States does not pursue other practical purposes," he said Last news .
The government of Canada on the first day of the week extended sanctions List against Russia, including three Residents of the Russian Federation and 14 legal entities. The appeal of the Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper reported that the additional penalties associated with the situation in Ukraine.
review dzhabarov, the Extension of the sanctions list looks like Canada's commitment to "annoy" Russia, inspired by a very strong Pro-Ukrainian lobby in Canada that emerged after extensive immigration of Ukrainians to Canada in the 2nd part of the 20th century." However, if Canada believes that his punishment she reached a certain goal, then she is mistaken. It's okay for the Russian Federation is not on this list, " said the Senator.
Djabarov said that Perhaps the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation is already developing a balanced list of responses. Along with this he is opposed to a harsh response." The principle of "an eye for an eye" unproductive, " says 1st Deputy Chairman of the international Department of the Federation Council.
Western countries since March 2014 several times already imposed penalties because Russia's position on Ukraine. In March 2015 has been extended sanctions List of the USA, and in June the sanctions List of Canada. In addition, on 22 June, the head of the EU foreign Ministers meeting in Luxembourg have extended the economic sanctions until 31 January 2016.
The list of Russian citizens and organizations who have fallen under the punishment - in the material of the Fins news