The possibilities of doing business and trade in the context of sentences will be discussed by the Lawyers from different countries of the world within the international legal forum, which will be held in may in St. Petersburg, informs the press center of the forum.
The fifth St. Petersburg international legal forum this year will be held from 27 to 30 may. The key mission of the forum - promoting thoughts modernize the law in terms of what is happening today global change. It is organized by the Russian Ministry of justice with the assistance of the President of the Russian Federation.
"Lawyers will pay attention to the reform of the law in order to attract investment, and consider the Possibilities of doing business and trade conditions in the sanctions," - inform the organizers of the forum.
Thus, in the framework of the session " Unilateral punishment in a multipolar world: legal challenges and theorists of law from France, USA and China will discuss the risks of punishment are creating for the business, as well as ways to protect the interests of the country and organizations from emerging threats. For example, in discussing the question about the Possibility to challenge the punishment in international and regional dispute settlement bodies and national courts.
Relations between Russia and the West deteriorated in connection with the situation in Ukraine. At the end of July, the EU and the US from point penalties against private individuals and organizations have moved to the measures against entire sectors of Russia's economy. In response, Russia restricted imports of food items from countries that have entered against her punishment: USA, EU, Canada, Australia and Norway.
Western countries since March 2014 several times already imposed penalties because Russia's position on Ukraine. The last case of the use of such practices were the limits imposed in March 2015, when expanded sanctions List of the USA.
The list of Russian citizens and organizations who have fallen under the punishment - in the material of the Fins news