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MOSCOW, March 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia knows how to act amid sanctions and minimize risks, says Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov.
The cabinet analyzed sanctions that had been imposed for the past forty years and made relevant conclusions, he told a session of the upper house of Russian parliament on Wednesday.
Shuvalov also noted that all important partners of Russia in the American economy “are absolutely independent from their government.”
“All risks have been not only analyzed, we realize quite well how to act under such conditions, who our partner are, how to minimize risks and enhance efforts to open new markets,” he said.