Denmark will be in favor of EU sanctions against Russia due to situation in Donbas - Rasmussen
Denmark will insist on continuing EU sanctions against Russian Federation because of the worsening situation in Donbas and will change its position only after complete implementation of the Minsk Agreements, Premier of Denmark Lars Rasmussen said during a joint press conference with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Kyiv on Tuesday.
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"I would like to express concern that through the last months there is violence in eastern Ukraine. I hope that political discussion in a 'Normandy format' will bring progress. I want to assure you that Denmark will be in favor of the EU sanctions against Russia until the Minsk Agreements are fully fulfilled," Rasmussen said.