Report: EU says sees no consequences from Kremlin Report yet
MOSCOW, Feb 15 (PRIME) -- The E.U. has not yet seen consequences from the publication of the so-called Kremlin Report, estimates should be provided by business, E.U. Ambassador to Russia Markus Ederer told Kommersant business daily late Wednesday.
On January 30, the U.S. listed 114 politicians, including the entire Kremlin administration, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and all Russian ministers, as well as major businessmen and firms for possible sanctions. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told the Congress said that new sanctions against Russia were to be introduced soon.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said then the report brings damage to the country’s relations with the U.S. on the whole, and Moscow is not interested in winding down relations with Washington.