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STUTTGART, November 26. /TASS/. German businessmen might bring home to the German administration their fears over risks they faced in connection with the anti-Russian sanctions, Russian Minister of Economic Development Alexey Ulyukayev said at a luncheon for the press.
"Actually, it is no business of mine. Obviously, the German business can bring home its concern over the risks to German political circles, regional administrations and the federal government. My impression is that our colleagues from German companies with whom we have talked are deeply concerned with this problem," Ulyukayev said.
"A problem of lifting anti-Russian sanctions was not discussed during our visit to Stuttgart. Nonetheless, we have discussed how we should develop our relations under the existing regime because no geopolitical regime can deny a possibility to work together, develop trade relations and investment contacts. We have also discussed possible risks and problems that the regime of sanctions might bring to both countries and to other countries and what we can do so as to continue our work and contacts," Ulyukyev said.