The First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Foreign Affairs, Dmitry Novikov, in a conversation with RT, commented on the appeal of the leader of the Polish Peasant Party, Vladislav Kosinyak-Kamysh, to lift economic sanctions against Russia, but at the same time maintain political ones.
“He puts forward the idea that sanctions have not changed anything, but at the same time he offers a differentiated approach: to abandon the economic sanctions that cause a certain segment of the Polish economy to suffer, but leave them political. This is an attempt to solve their own problems, while remaining in the context of a common anti-Russian vector, ”Novikov said.
According to the deputy, it would be more useful if “the Polish colleagues became more consistent in such matters and advocated the lifting of the sanctions as a whole, without distributing them to good and bad.”
Earlier, Kosinyak-Kamysh called for the lifting of economic sanctions against Russia, but at the same time maintaining political ones. He noted that, despite the sanctions, “Russian coal arrives in Poland, and the Germans agree with Russia.”
In addition, he believes that economic restrictions against Russia did not change the situation in the Donbass, no one felt better.