The representative of the new president of Ukraine in the government of the country, Andrei Gerus, admitted that today Kiev is unable to break all economic ties with Russia. Speaking on the TV channel NewsOne, the representative of Vladimir Zelensky explained that Kiev received export proceeds from the sale of its goods in the Russian Federation, and Russian goods also continued to be sold in Ukraine, despite all the restrictions previously imposed. "If we make decisions, including economic ones, we must first of all think whether we will shoot ourselves in the leg," said Gerus, answering the question of the moderator, on whether it's possible to stop trade. Comment: The first Ukrainian official in the last 5 years who actually demonstrated the ability to think. At the same time, he recalled that there are sectors of the economy, such as energy, in which the percentage of supplies from Russia is especially large, and without which Ukraine simply cannot do. "And moreover, if we take...
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