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 German Envoy Warns Russia about New Possible Sanctions

A new round of sanctions is possible unless Moscow actively promotes the fulfillment of the Ukrainian peace accords, said Gernot Erler, the special coordinator of the German government for cooperation with Russia, Central Asia and Eastern Partnership countries.

Censor.NET reports about this, citing Russia Beyond The Headlines .

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"This is simple, twelve provisions of the September 5 agreement and nine provisions of the September 19 agreement [the Minsk deal] must be implemented. We are not demanding anything else. They roughly correspond to the seven provisions declared by Vladimir Putin in Ulan Bator and the peace plan of Petro Poroshenko," Erler said in an interview published by the newspaper Kommersant on Monday.

Enough time has passed for starting the fulfillment of the agreements, he pointed out. "We practically do not see Russia pressuring the people who are in control of Donetsk and Luhansk. The militia in Donetsk and Lugansk is set to hold their own elections on November 2, which is not envisaged by the Contact Group accords," the special coordinated noted.

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"Hopefully, Russia will understand the seriousness of the situation. There will be fresh sanctions unless the fulfillment of the agreements is actively promoted," Erler stated.

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