Nechaev invited Putin to embargo goods from Poland, analogues of which are made in the Russian Federation.

The head of the New People group in the State Duma of the Russian Federation suggested that Russian President Vladimir Putin impose an embargo on goods from Poland if their analogues are produced in Russia. This has been reported DEA News”.

“Maybe let’s put an embargo on goods produced in Poland for batches of commodities produced in Russia,” Nechaev said.

According to him, together with the Ministry of Trade and Industry of the Russian Federation is ready to draw up a list of such goods. According to Nechaev, Russian companies are ready for this.

Former President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin declarationHe said it was good for some foreign companies to leave in some sectors of the economy and also called for promoting domestic competition.

According to him, if internal competition is established, this will positively affect the quality and price of goods.

Putin added that everything that has happened recently shows that the fundamental foundations of the Russian economy are much more stable than “top down” villains think.



Source: Gazeta

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