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Volodin assumed the practice of imposing sanctions could hardly be called a friendly one. “Any unfriendly stance is a manifestation of negative emotions, which are destructive,” Volodin went on to say.“Russia is a friendly country which is developing. Look at all these people and their mood,” Volodin said looking at the visitors.
“But those who feel bitter at heart may fall ill and develop various diseases. We can only wish them well because all this may have a bad impact on their health,” Volodin went on to say.
The European Union has imposed a travel ban on Volodin but he received that news with a smile. “I think I can travel in Russia. Russia is huge country. Just look how vast it is: Crimea, Irkutsk, Sakhalin and Kaliningrad,” Volodin stressed.