Russia to Take Action if EU Association Agreement Hits Russian Economy
Georgia, Moldavia and Ukraine have the right to sign a European Union Association Agreement; however, Russia will act correspondingly, if its economic interests are to get hit by the agreement, Dmitry Peskov, spokesman of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said.
"President Putin has repeatedly claimed that everything would depend on the attachment of the documents, their ratification and implementation. It depends not on the documents themselves, but on the threat they may pose to the Russian economy; so, if there is a danger of such threat, Russia will act correspondingly," RIA Novosti says, citing Dmitry Peskov.
Ukraine, Georgia and Moldavia signed the economy section of a European Union Association Agreement this Friday.
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