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MOSCOW, September 17. /TASS/. Russia’s government will analyze the sanctions introduced by Ukraine and hand over the conclusions to the country’s leadership, deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said on Thursday.
"The issue is under the supervision of the Foreign Ministry. In our turn, we will carry out the analysis of the impact of the decisions taken and present it to the leadership," Dvorkovich told reporters.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed a decree on Wednesday on banning 388 individuals, including 34 international journalists and high-ranking Russian officials, from Ukraine for one year. They are also subject to assets freeze in Ukraine.
Ukraine’s blacklist targets 105 legal entities, including Russian flag carrier Aeroflot and around 20 Russian air companies that have been banned from flights, air haulage services or transits via the Ukrainian territory.
Poroshenko’s decree says those on the blacklist "threaten national security…promote terrorist activity and violate people’s rights, interests of citizens and the state."