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MOSCOW, November 7 /TASS/. The G20 nations may consider anti-Russian sanctions which may be an obstacle to the growth of their economies at the G20 summit in Brisbane, Australia, Svetlana Lukash, Russia’s Sherpa at G20, told journalists on Friday.
“The summit may discuss how these restrictions can prevent us from achieving our common goal to increase the GDP,” Lukash said adding the G20 leaders might also discuss restrictions on the movement of goods at a special session devoted to trade.
“We will continue implementing those measures of economic policy, which will make it possible to give additional impetus both to our and global economies. It was not we who imposed the sanctions. But we are always open to further dialogue. This is our stance,” Lukash said.