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MOSCOW, November 17 /TASS/. The West-imposed sanctions are having no impact on Russia’s foreign policy, which will be pursued further and will be brought to the end, Andrey Kelin, Russia’s permanent representative to the OSCE, said in an interview aired by the Rossiya 24 TV news channel on Monday.
The EU discussed its blacklist of persons forbidden to enter the EU countries at a meeting in Brussels today.
“The EU list will apparently get longer. During the day my western colleagues kept coming up to me asking how the sanctions were affecting us,” Kelin said adding that his answer was predictable.
“The sanctions have absolutely no impact on the foreign policy line. It has remained unchanged. It will be continued and I believe that it it’s going to be brought to the end,” Kelin stressed.