Moscow - 23 Sep, Last news . Official authorized the U.S. Department of state mark Toner again subjected to prosecution of the Russian Federation in non-compliance with Minsk agreements and said that now Moscow cannot conduct business as usual.
correspondents for the Toner, answering the question of future Vladimir Putin's visit to Japan, said he was not aware of the agenda of the visit and therefore has nothing to say on the subject besides what has been stated before." We have made it clear that due to the belonging of the capital of Russia to the events in Eastern Ukraine with Russia today it is impossible to conduct business as often ".
"anyway, - continued Toner as We have said before, are the issues on which We are required to cooperate and work with Russia and We do It. In some matters, We agree in some contradictions remain, but We remain open to dialogue."
This is not the first message of this kind. In may, the state Department has stated that "bring the U.S. position to their partners, including Japan" regarding doing business with Moscow. Four months later the message was heard again, in practice it word for word.
Moscow has stated many times that is not a party to domestic conflict, support of militias and does not send troops in Donbass. Anyway, Kiev and the West continues to blame Russia of "military aggression" and occasionally "find" in the East of Ukraine and in the border regions of Russia "certain units" of the armed forces, although international observers in the process of routine inspections have never found any undeclared military activities.