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    Berlin is angry at Washington over sanctions against Russia

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    Berlin is angry at Washington over sanctions against Russia Empty Berlin is angry at Washington over sanctions against Russia

    Post by Rocky Fri 28 Jul 2017, 3:25 am

    Berlin is angry at Washington over sanctions against Russia



    27/07/2017


    The new US sanctions against Russia are hurting German companies and relations between Berlin and Washington, German Economy Minister Brigitte Zeberez said on Thursday.

    "The United States has stepped out of the common path with the European Union with regard to sanctions against Russia, and the lack of coordination with the EU on this issue could harm German companies," Zebriz told Reuters in an interview with a German channel.

    The German business forum criticized the sanctions and said Thursday that Washington's efforts to expand sanctions against Moscow could harm European companies and energy interests in Europe, stressing that the sanctions were aimed at "stimulating US energy exports to Europe."

    At a news conference in Berlin, the German Economic Economics Committee said the option of imposing retaliatory measures on US sanctions should remain available if companies in Europe were affected by the sanctions.

    The commission has increased its forecast for growth of German exports to Russia this year from 10% previously forecast to 20%. Germany's exports to Russia in 2016, according to the site " ITC ", about 23.5 billion dollars, compared to imports worth $ 29.4 billion.

    Moscow warned on Wednesday that it was close to responding to Washington after the US House of Representatives supported a draft new sanctions on Moscow, while the European Union said the move may affect energy security in it, and is ready to act also.

    The draft sanctions threaten European companies involved in Russian export projects, such as the transfer of Russian gas to Germany across the Baltic Sea, the "North Stream".

    The bill includes an unprecedented mechanism, giving MPs the right to intervene if US President Donald Trump decides to suspend the sanctions currently imposed on Russia.

    http://aletejahtv.org/permalink/174478.html

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