Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich supervising in the government fuel and energy complex, supports the possibility of imposing retaliatory measures against Ukraine after blackout in Crimea.
"Yes, support ", - has declared Dvorkovich, answering a question about whether He supports the proposal of countermeasures, expressed by the Minister of energy Alexander Novak, RIA " Novosti ".
before Tuesday by energy Minister Alexander Novak did not rule out that the Russian Federation may adopt an opinion on the stopping of coal supplies to Ukraine in response to the suspension of electric energy to Crimea. Novak also said that repairs to damaged power lines in Ukraine is " politically motivated ". On the first day of the week the head of Ministry of Ukraine Volodymyr demchyshyn said that Kyiv for three days ready to repair power lines that supply electricity to the Crimea. He also expressed hope that the Russian side would not submit to the court for termination of productions of electrical energy in the Crimea