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 Russia will respond to Ukraine's visa regime implementation with decision "in its own interests," - Peskov

The Kremlin says that implementation of visa travel between Russia and Ukraine will affect the rights of ordinary people and that it will respond with a decision "in its own interests."

As reported by Censor.NET citing UNIAN, spokesperson to Russian president Dmitry Peskov told journalists answering a question whether Russia will implement tit-for-tat measures.

"I cannot say as of now. If a decision to restrict interests of ordinary people is made and visa regime is implemented, then this situation will certainly be considered, and the Russian party will make decisions it believes should be made in its own interests. I wouldn't announce them right now," Peskov said.

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As reported earlier, deputy head of Petro Poroshenko Bloc faction in Ukrainian parliament Oleksii Honcharenko said his faction would not support draft bill on addressing the Cabinet of Ministers to terminate the intergovernmental agreement on visa-free travel of Ukrainians to Russia.
 
 
 
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