Kiev has combined 70 new equipment to a list of criminialized Russian goods, a RIA Novosti news group reported Wednesday, citing Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
“These are countermeasures opposite Russia’s mercantile aggression, we will continue to strengthen a domestic market,” Yatsenyuk was quoted by a news group as saying.
Certain vegetables, as good as sauces, ketchup and baked products have been combined to a list, according to Ukrainian Deputy Economic Development and Trade Minister Natalya Mikolskaya, RIA Novosti reported.
Individuals importing criminialized Russian products to Ukraine will be fined and a products will be confiscated.
The anathema on these Russian products, that entered into force on Jan. 10 will final until Aug. 5 or until Russia cancels a anathema on imports of rural products, food and tender materials from Ukraine.
Russia taboo imports of a series of Ukrainian food equipment starting from Jan. 1.
President Vladimir Putin also sealed a direct suspending Russia’s giveaway trade agreement with Ukraine, that also came into outcome on Jan. 1.
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