“New US sanctions against Russia will have an Indirect but Serious Impact on Armenia: Experts”
July 30, 11:00

The new US sanctions package against Russia will have an indirect impact on Armenia. 

It will mainly be conditioned by the use of the Russian Federation's advocacy mechanisms within the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union and strengthening the protectionist tendencies in different fields of the Russian economy.

On the one hand, sanctions will lead to a further weakening of the Russian economy, which means that Moscow, the main advocate of the EAEU, will not be able to provide much money for the development of that program. On the other hand, Russia will define the rules of the new game within the framework of the EAEU to protect its market and interests.

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