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Mongolia suffers from anti-Russian sanctions, according to the Prime Minister


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Moscow, January 30 – Mongolian Prime Minister Lovsanamsrin Uyun Erden said that his country is suffering because of the sanctions imposed on Russia.
“Despite the fact that Mongolia is a democratic country, it is also under pressure because of the sanctions against Russia,” he said in an interview with the Financial Times.
According to him, the restrictive measures against the Russian Federation have become a “double punishment” against his country, although there is no “guilt” for Mongolia. For example, airlines that previously operated flights between Europe and Asia through Russian airspace also flew over Mongolian territory, for which Ulaanbaatar received a “navigation fee”. The situation changed after Moscow, in response to EU sanctions, banned flights over Russia for a number of countries.

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“Economic sanctions must be imposed on the basis of careful analysis, as they have a great impact and negative impact on other countries,” the Mongolian prime minister said.
According to him, the situation around Ukraine is “not just a conflict between two countries,” it negatively affects the global economy and “especially small landlocked countries, including Mongolia.”
The West has stepped up sanctions pressure on Russia over Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin had said earlier that the policy of containing and weakening Russia is a long-term strategy of the West, and the sanctions dealt a serious blow to the entire global economy. According to him, the main goal of the West is the deterioration of the lives of millions of people. The Russian Federation has repeatedly stated that Russia will solve all the problems that the West creates for it.

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