The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia suggests that the Decision on sanctions against capital of Russia again will be made on the basis of ideology, Not of the real situation in Ukraine, said Director of the Department of European cooperation of the Russian diplomatic vedomctva Andrey Kelin.
"I don't think, because this Decision would be a logical development, because in Ukraine the situation has stabilized. The decision will be made Not on the basis of sound judgment, and under the leadership of those same ideologies ", - he said, reports news Agency.
on the first day of the week official Commissioner of the German foreign Ministry Martin Schaefer said that imposed on the Russian Federation in Crimea punishment will be definitely extended. The debate is only about the restrictions in connection with the situation in the Donbass. November 19, media reported that the Confederation of States close to the extension of the punishment is relatively capital of Russia and is considering 3 possible options, and the extension of restrictive measures on three–four months. On November 16 the leaders of the US, the UK, Germany, France and Italy came to a common vision that the punishment against Russia will remain until the full implementation of the Minsk agreements. The head of the European Council Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on the sidelines of the summit of "big twenty" told that the abolition of the punishment against the Russian capital will take place only after Minsk will be made by consensus. The American Ambassador in Moscow John Tefft said that North America will agree to remove a number of sanctions against Russia in case of implementation of the Minsk agreements, but the restrictions will be valid, as long as the Crimea remains out of the country. Relations between Russia and the West deteriorated in connection with the situation in Ukraine. At the end of July 2014, the EU and the US from point penalties against certain individuals and organizations have moved to the measures against entire sectors of the Russian economy, such as military industry and high technology.