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“The restrictive measures in the financial sphere will also have negative consequences for the EU members’ banks operating in Russia,” the Foreign Ministry said in a commentary posted on its website on Wednesday. Some of these banks “still receive their biggest profit from the operations of their bank subsidiaries precisely in our country,” it said.

“It will also be recalled that the sectoral sanctions run counter to the WTO rules,” the commentary said.

“Brussels itself puts obstacles in the way of further cooperation with Russia in such a key area as energy,” it said.

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