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MOSCOW, October 25 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian Foreign Ministry Ambassador at Large Anvar Azimov does not rule out the prospective cancellation of the blacklists related to the Magnitsky case.
“We are all civilized people and should oppose any blacklists,” he said, noting that Russia had made similar blacklists on the principles of the ‘step for step’ diplomacy.
“Hopefully, the case will come to an end. The blacklists hamper the development of relations with foreign countries,” he said.