Russia may begin to limit the supply of electricity in the regions of Ukraine, if disruptions continue in the Crimea. The Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev in an interview with the newspaper “Vedomosti”.
“Some parts of Ukraine also enerhodefitsytni and receive energy from Russia. And he that receiveth not very smart decision to limit the supply of energy to the Crimea should be aware that there may be symmetric measures,” – said Medvedev.
Recall, September 3, state-owned company “Ukrinterenergo” limited amounts of electricity Crimea due to lack of fuel for the needs of other regions of Ukraine.
In the interview, Medvedev also raised the issue of European sanctions and said that Moscow would be forced to respond asymmetrically, for example, the prohibition aviapolotiv over the territory of Russia.
Head of the Russian cabinet noted that some of these decisions are discussed at a cabinet meeting.
“For example, restrictions on the transport sector. We believe that we have friendly relations with our partners, and as the sky over Russia open for passage. But if we limit, we have to answer,” – said Medvedev.