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MOSCOW, March 17. /ITAR-TASS/. Tension between Russia and the European Union over the referendum in Crimea is of a temporary nature and will last just a few weeks, holds Marco Delaini, director-general of the Italian company FANUC Robotics Russia.
“I am sure that these are temporary difficulties that will, possibly, last a few weeks and then things will get into the usual route,” Delaini told ltar-Tass on Monday upon the end of the international conference “New Industrial Medium: New Industries, New Vectors for Development”.
“I believe that Europe, and I represent Europe, will not get any advantages from possible sanctions, and Russia will not gain anything either,” he said.
He has said there is a possibility that nothing will change in relations between Russia and the EU, as this would upset the balance. However, he added, “there are some questions about changes of the Russian currency exchange rate.” “But in the long term perspective, I am sure, there will be stabilization,” Delaini said.