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British MP: Our sanctions against Russia are understandable, of course, but they cost us too much

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Conservative Party member of the British Parliament, Daniel Kavchinski, said in an article for Guardianthat the sanctions against the Russian Federation were an ill-conceived step, since Russia “is historically inclined to endure adversity in the name of national interests,” therefore, aggravation of relations will not bring any result and will only harm Britain.

British MP: Our sanctions against Russia are understandable, of course, but they cost us too much


“To stop the dialogue, not to mention trade, with such a large and influential country as Russia is simply impractical in the modern world that requires global cooperation,” RIA told Kavchinski. "News".

The British deputy noted that he sent a request to the House of Commons, demanding to calculate the amount of losses incurred by the British economy due to anti-Russian sanctions.

“Our sanctions against Russia are understandable, of course, but they cost us too much. In this difficult time for financial markets, against the background of instability in the eurozone, we have to wonder how long we can allow ourselves to block the trade of British companies with Russia, ”said Kavchinski.

It is worth noting that earlier, Vladimir Chizhov, the Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the EU, stated that signals about the cessation of sanctions pressure on Russia are increasingly heard in the European Union.

“The fact that the current freezing of various tracks of cooperation with Russia is detrimental to both sides, in my opinion, is obvious to everyone. And the signals that it’s necessary to turn this page as soon as possible and return to normal life are heard (in the EU) more and more often, ”he said in an interview to Russia 24 TV channel.

According to the diplomat, it will be possible to talk about the possibility of revising the EU sanctions policy "in the winter, when the next term for revising or renewing the sanctions regime is approaching - at the end of January next year."

“Naturally, much will depend on the course of political settlement of the conflict in Ukraine,” added Chizhov.
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  1. Vend
    Vend 23 July 2015 10: 17
    +5
    Our sanctions against Russia are understandable, of course, but they cost us too much.

    The explanation is known, bend under the USA. And you still don’t know all the consequences, and you can’t even imagine
    1. SS68SS
      SS68SS 23 July 2015 10: 21
      +26
      ... "To stop the dialogue, not to mention trade, with such a large and influential country as Russia, is simply impractical in the modern world, requiring global cooperation," RIA Novosti quoted Kavchinski as saying ....


      Step on your balls, and then scream loudly, which is very painful. It is purely European ...
      Forcing others to step on their own eggs, and then not pay attention that someone is very painful. This is purely American ...
      1. Andrea
        Andrea 23 July 2015 10: 34
        +5
        “Our sanctions against Russia, of course, are understandable, but they cost us too much.
        Sober, however! Only where did he get that it was their sanctions? Did they put forward a resolution in the UN Security Council? And adopted it?
        For me, this is an unsuccessful robbery at the direction of a godfather.
        Pahan with a profit, and six teeth recount what else remained.
      2. Altona
        Altona 23 July 2015 12: 39
        +2
        Quote: SS68SS
        Forcing others to step on their own eggs, and then not pay attention that someone is very painful. This is purely American ...

        ----------------------
        They wanted to overturn a gang of cold water on us, but in the end they doused themselves with steep boiling water ... In general, such things are calculated at first, and then accepted, but to see "they wanted the best, but it turned out as always" ... laughing
    2. ohtsistem
      ohtsistem 23 July 2015 10: 26
      +4
      historically inclined to bear adversity in the name of national interests

      This is the official western version, he is not the first to voice this version.
      They all continue to dance with their bare ass in front of the NSA as each homo-sec has its own skeletons in cabinets, as it were, hidden. What if they show ... the end of a career and family life
      So these are just words ...
      1. Stalker.1977
        Stalker.1977 23 July 2015 10: 35
        +9
        Honestly, this is what the sanctions against us remind me of.
    3. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 23 July 2015 10: 39
      +3
      Quote: Wend
      The explanation is known, bend under the USA. And you still don’t know all the consequences, and you can’t even imagine

      Yes, the United States itself by lowering oil prices buried its shale production, and this is billions of dollars, thousands of jobs ...
      On the other hand, nature will be whole, which is also worth a lot.
      1. cdrt
        cdrt 23 July 2015 12: 45
        +1
        Quote: VseDoFeNi
        Yes, the United States itself by lowering oil prices buried its shale production, and this is billions of dollars, thousands of jobs ...


        Well, yes, these are losses in the new industry, but the rest of the economy is happy - fuel prices have fallen very seriously.
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 23 July 2015 17: 15
          0
          Quote: cdrt
          but the rest of the economy is happy

          Not everything is as simple as it seems at first glance. The main commodity of the United States is dollars, the lower the price of oil and other things, the worse for them. And in general, the countries of victorious Satanism were pretty impoverished. And there’s nobody else to rob.
    4. shark
      shark 23 July 2015 10: 44
      +2
      Small brit do not bend under the United States. They are the United States
    5. little girl15
      little girl15 23 July 2015 13: 39
      0
      They have a neck like a giraffe: only got it !!!
      1. RUSOIVAN
        RUSOIVAN 23 July 2015 16: 30
        0
        Not not: keep up the good work !!!
  2. vorobey
    vorobey 23 July 2015 10: 18
    +7
    another voice crying in the desert ..

    Kavchinski .. such a purely English surname ..
  3. as150505
    as150505 23 July 2015 10: 18
    +3
    Here are the rams. It’s only the beginning that sanctions on them will hit
    1. kolyhalovs
      kolyhalovs 23 July 2015 10: 54
      +3
      Yes, they all understand perfectly. And who is in charge of the house, and how much his banquet will cost. This is actually preparing public opinion for the lifting of sanctions. Agreed, it seems.
  4. mts
    mts 23 July 2015 10: 19
    +11
    Russia “historically inclined to endure adversity in the name of national interests


    caught the gist smile
  5. FIREMAN
    FIREMAN 23 July 2015 10: 22
    +4
    Russia "historically inclined to endure adversity in the name of national interests"

    Well, someone finally began to get to the brain! Or what is left in their bodies.
    “Our sanctions against Russia, of course, are understandable, but they cost us too much.

    Everything can be explained, but grandmas for the Anglo-Saxons also played a key role here. A good lever of pressure, the fifth point is not much to bargain!
  6. elka01
    elka01 23 July 2015 10: 23
    +2
    And they said that Estonians had a hard time getting it .... "Our sanctions against Russia, of course, are understandable, but they cost us too much," and it is not cheap to be at war with Russia.
  7. Abbra
    Abbra 23 July 2015 10: 24
    +8
    So the proud and arrogant Britons began to reach ... But the phrase that Russia "historically inclined to endure adversity in the name of national interests" - this is generally a plague. The question remains outside the brackets - WHO organizes all these adversities on a regular basis?
  8. V.ic
    V.ic 23 July 2015 10: 27
    +4
    Naglosax, again "lost profits". Brains must be "ON"!
  9. RuslanNN
    RuslanNN 23 July 2015 10: 30
    +6
    Our counter-sanctions hit the most expensive and revered in the West - in their pocket
  10. vistakotel111970
    vistakotel111970 23 July 2015 10: 30
    +3
    AS WAS FAR AS SO AND LEFT
  11. Masya masya
    Masya masya 23 July 2015 10: 32
    +8
    Sanctions imposed, had fun, calculated, wept!
  12. Tor5
    Tor5 23 July 2015 10: 35
    +3
    Guys! This is NOT YOUR sanction! These are the sanctions from the overseas regional committee that you obediently carried out, I really believe that soon you will bite off your elbows.
    1. aszzz888
      aszzz888 23 July 2015 11: 40
      +2
      that soon you will bite off your elbows.


      I would like it to the ears.
  13. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 23 July 2015 10: 37
    +4
    "Russia" is historically inclined to endure adversity in the name of national interests "
    Well yes. By your efforts:
    ".. According to the calculations of the outstanding Russian historian V.O. Klyuchevsky, Russia during the formation of the Russian people for 234 years (1228 - 1462) endured 160 external wars [3, p. 47]."
    And now about the first open intervention of England in the affairs of Russia:
    ".. The next stage of the confrontation between Russia and the West begins with the struggle of the Russian troops under the command of Peter I for access to the Baltic Sea. After being defeated at Narva by the Swedish army led by the talented commander Karl XII, Peter I discovered titanic energy and was able to create a new one in a short time. army and re-arm it.
    This army in the years 1701-1704. the Neva Basin was cleared of the Swedes, Derpt and Narva were taken and recaptured in 1705-1708. attacks on the island of Kotlin and St. Petersburg. In 1708-1709 the Russian army opposed the troops of Charles XII and completely defeated the Swedish army near Poltava, forever crushing the military power of Sweden.
    After Poltava, Peter I decided not only to take away the Russian lands captured by her in the past from Sweden, but also, following the example of Ivan the Terrible, to gain possession of the Baltic. In 1710, Russian troops captured Riga, Revel and Pernov. In the same year, in the words of Peter I himself, “a strong pillow was made for Petersburg” - taken by the army and navy of Vyborg. Then in 1714 a brilliant victory of the Russian fleet at Gangut followed, putting an end to the unconditional domination of Sweden in the Baltic. The successes of the Russian troops alarmed England. Peter was informed that England would not allow the defeat of Sweden. In Vienna between England, Austria and Poland, not without the participation of France, a defensive alliance was concluded, with its tip directed against Russia. England openly sided with Sweden, entered into an alliance with it, and the English fleet twice, in 1720 and 1721. appeared in the Baltic Sea ostensibly to protect the coast of Sweden from Russian landings.
    taken here: http://russkysam.narod.ru/11-09.htm
    Is it necessary to continue further and recall all the wars unleashed against Russia with the filing and / or participation of England?
    1. Victor-M
      Victor-M 23 July 2015 11: 06
      +1
      Quote: Corsair0304
      Having suffered a defeat near Narva from the Swedish army, led by the talented commander Charles XII, Peter I discovered titanic energy and managed in a short time to create a new army and rearm it.
      This army in the years 1701-1704. the Neva Basin was cleared of the Swedes, Derpt and Narva were taken and recaptured in 1705-1708. attacks on the island of Kotlin and St. Petersburg. In 1708-1709 the Russian army opposed the troops of Charles XII and completely defeated the Swedish army near Poltava, forever crushing the military power of Sweden.

      Russia has such a character trait, always the first pancake is lumpy, moreover in all wars, but then nothing, everything turns out. The Cold War - this was the first battle of Russia in the face of the USSR with the USA, in which we were defeated, but a lesson was learned from it, and following the old Russian tradition of tearing asses to the aggressor, we are waiting for the United States to go into oblivion with all its military personnel. It is simply inevitable, like a sunrise. laughing
  14. X Y Z
    X Y Z 23 July 2015 10: 39
    0
    “Naturally, much will depend on the course of political settlement of the conflict in Ukraine,” added Chizhov.


    That's what I would not hope for at all. The Ukrainian "partners" have made it clear that the more they arrange provocations, the more the West is trying to tighten sanctions against Russia and. And behave accordingly.
    At the same time, it would be extremely unfair, if the sanctions were lifted, to again allow all these Western firms to enter our market without any = losses. Firstly, they must realize the responsibility of their governments for what happened, and secondly, no one is going to return their former places already occupied by others. They should return in a different status and start from scratch. This naturally does not apply to manufacturers of unique equipment and strategically important products. I would make the admission to the market of French firms generally dependent on a refund for the Mistral.
  15. atamankko
    atamankko 23 July 2015 10: 40
    +1
    And no one knows who was lucky ...
  16. noWAR
    noWAR 23 July 2015 10: 41
    +4
    Friends, all this will someday end.
  17. splinter666
    splinter666 23 July 2015 10: 43
    +1
    During the total wiretapping of the EU leaders, the NSA dug up so much incriminating evidence that these leaders will forget what it means to act independently until the end of their days.
  18. nemec55
    nemec55 23 July 2015 10: 47
    +4
    I’m only for sanctions, maybe ordinary people will heal better when niche masturbators can’t go west and start thinking about how to do better here (maybe)
  19. Serg8888
    Serg8888 23 July 2015 11: 02
    +1
    Daniel Kavczynski only confirmed that there is no greater value in a "civilized democratic" world as monetary gesheft!
  20. mig31
    mig31 23 July 2015 11: 06
    +1
    Expensive - this is putting it mildly, when you are dependent on a collective farm named after "Washington", you will suffer for centuries, but they do not dream of being truly independent like Russia ...
  21. kaloger
    kaloger 23 July 2015 11: 19
    +1
    British Conservative Party MP Daniel Kavchinski said in an article for the Guardian that sanctions against the Russian Federation were an ill-conceived step, as Russia “is historically prone to endure adversity in the name of national interests”
    . Ha ha ha They came round.
    Bismarck also said that Russia is invincible by the smallness of its needs!
  22. Belarus
    Belarus 23 July 2015 11: 20
    +2
    If sanctions are expensive, then why wait another amount of time to lift them ??????
    Do you really like to scoff at yourself?
    1. Andrea
      Andrea 23 July 2015 11: 58
      +1
      They are shy ..... more precisely, they are afraid.
  23. Ruswolf
    Ruswolf 23 July 2015 11: 29
    0
    British MP: Our sanctions against Russia are understandable, of course, but they cost us too much
    Interestingly request Itself guessed .... Or who prompted?
  24. bromine
    bromine 23 July 2015 11: 33
    0
    Our sanctions against Russia are understandable, of course, but they cost us too much.
    And what they lament. Well, they type made legislative decisions on the robbery of the fortunes of the Russian oligarchs, which they transferred to the UK. That compensate for the shortage.
  25. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 23 July 2015 11: 39
    0
    sanctions against the Russian Federation were an ill-conceived step, since Russia “historically tends to endure adversity in the name of national interests”

    If these common thoughts came when the question of sanctions was decided. Now say don’t say, but sanctions under pressure from the United States will continue, no matter how difficult Europe is. It is hard to be an American lackey and knowingly harming the economy of your own country.
  26. Nyrobsky
    Nyrobsky 23 July 2015 11: 40
    0
    When Cameron is strangled with a skipping rope in the toilet of a London airport, then relations with Russia will begin to improve.
  27. RUSIVAN
    RUSIVAN 23 July 2015 11: 53
    0
    Scare Russia with sanctions?!. Well, aren't they ...
  28. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 23 July 2015 12: 07
    0
    They stepped on their own "tail", they see it, and the ORUT, and pulling this tail from under their own paw, there are not enough BRAINS! recourse
  29. dobrutro
    dobrutro 23 July 2015 12: 18
    0
    I don’t give a damn to them. For their developed economy, it’s a penny!
  30. Guntruck
    Guntruck 23 July 2015 12: 32
    0
    These "insights" (about the dangers of sanctions for the initiators themselves) are straining me, the French have recently started to strike, and now the British have begun to suspect something. No matter how this insight would result in a real lifting of sanctions, and how our authorities, in the joy of the fact that the sanctions were lifted, did not rush to distribute our domestic market to foreigners, again pushing out of there the Russian manufacturer, who barely began to master it with a creak - barely because loans were not available and there are no, you can only develop on the fact that you literally scrape your pockets, therefore, import substitution is moving at a snail's pace. But at least somehow it moves, and if a crowd of foreigners rushes here again, then these stunted sprouts will be immediately trampled down.

    No need to lift the sanctions! To be more precise, the entire domestic economic policy should simply rely on the domestic agrarian and industrialist, and not on any different "partners" on which there is nowhere to put samples and from whom you never know what to expect.
    1. Barrcode
      Barrcode 23 July 2015 20: 42
      0
      At first, they swore about the sanctions and extended them themselves. Now they are again beginning to swear and hint, they say, "be patient for another half a year and it will be as before." Meanwhile, trade with the East is declining. Conclusion: This talking shop is intentional. Someone really listens drooling and dreaming "another half a year and we will start to catch up." The Americans have already said that the sanctions will last for a long time and will not lift them, regardless of who exactly will be in the Kremlin and how the story with Crimea and YUVU ends. We listen to the west, but look to the east. Why not look "under your feet"? After all, all major investors unanimously insist that the Russian Federation is the most promising, profitable and large market. We are self-sufficient, we can do everything in our own way and we do not need to listen to someone and look somewhere.
  31. shimus
    shimus 23 July 2015 13: 21
    +2
    Let’s, for another year, two on sanctions and Russia will buy the UK, if it wants!
  32. Hiking goblin
    Hiking goblin 23 July 2015 13: 57
    +2
    By the nature of my activity, I am quite closely associated with German and Italian manufacturers of hydraulic equipment. Since the introduction of the sanctions against the Russian Federation, some of the equipment purchased in the above countries has come under the influence of these same sanctions, in view of dual use, and so the "Hans" call me and do not hesitate to "thank" Frau Merkel, Mr. Obama and others like that. , for their (Hans) "happy childhood", since "Hans" is a native of the USSR and, as a result, perfectly owns the great and mighty, I would also swear in his place, because of the sanctions, the Hans company lost the contract for 758 Euro!!! Italian for 000 !!!
    Well, my company bought the equipment of the Russian manufacturer, similar in characteristics, I will not hide the guarantee half as much, but the price is 40% lower, so we are not in the loser ...
  33. Conn
    Conn 23 July 2015 15: 14
    -1
    "Our sanctions against Russia are, of course, understandable ..."
    -------------------------------------------------- -
    Explained by the stupidity and arrogance of Small Britain and the rest of the pindoshavok.
  34. olegkrava
    olegkrava 23 July 2015 16: 44
    +2
    Quote: Altona
    "we wanted the best, but it turned out as always"

    It is only here "they wanted the best, but it turned out as always", they have "no brains, but cool". There is no one to think there, they are tolerant or inert, but one x-ren-dumb.
  35. hartlend
    hartlend 23 July 2015 20: 25
    0
    Probably I really want to eat shaved.