Ulyukayev: Russia will not lose anything from the introduction in Ukraine of predamage

Ulyukayev: Russia will not lose anything from the introduction in Ukraine of predamage


MOSCOW, December 2. Russia will not lose anything from the introduction in Ukraine of predamage. About it on air of TV channel “Russia 24” stated the head of the MAYOR(economic development), Alexei Ulyukayev.

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“Unfortunately, over the past two years, the volume of goods in General between Russia and Ukraine was strongly reduced. Especially food. Now 11 times Ukrainian exports to Russia declined, what we have now is 200 million dollars value of food exports. It is clear that a macroeconomic level, it’s insignificant value. So I think for the economy, for consumers of Russia as a whole, will be almost unnoticed”, – he stressed.

The decision on predamage

From 1 January 2016 will come into force the provisions of the Association agreement between Ukraine and EU on creation of free trade zone. October 30, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that Ukraine can not simultaneously participate in two free trade areas – with the EU and the CIS.

On the basis of this provision, the government has decided to introduce from 1 January 2016, predamage against Ukraine, said earlier the Minister of economic development of Russia Alexei Ulyukayev. In September, the Minister reported that food embargo against Ukraine will be the same as in the case of the EU.

In turn, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that in the case of the introduction of Russia’s predamage against Ukrainian goods that this trend will be mirrored response from the Ukrainian government. He said earlier that Ukraine estimates the losses from the food embargo Russia $600 million.