LONDON, 18 January. /TASS/. Moscow would prefer to get permission to take a decision against the Russian economy, which is still heavily dependent on the speed of flow and oil from the Russian Federation. Such assessments arrive on Tuesday in a British newspaper article Financial Times.
A publication about the crisis that the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation worked out a number of events involving the introduction of various amounts accepted against Moscow, and the presentation made by the importance of the position of the head of the department, Anton Siluanov, that Russian financial institutions cope “in the event of such risks.” The debt forecast newspaper that the Russian economy has become less than the dollar in recent years, foreign receipts and emergencies, the Central Bank reserves have increased significantly, and the size of the external value is only 20% of the RF GDP, and this figure is planned to be reduced.
The publication and polled findings show that Russia’s strategy now allows it to be less afraid of Western consequences, and the threat of their influence becomes less effective, causing concern in the West’s relations with Moscow. At the same time, there are also suggestions that the paid economic pattern leads to a decrease in the growth rate of the country’s economy.
The authors of the article draw attention to the fact that the EU is still heavily dependent on the supply of Russian energy carriers, as well as exports, including for the needs of civil aviation, consuming the consumer, which is the American Boeing Corporation. The newspaper is a disaster that most of the countries of application have already done very little to diversify the distribution of resources and gas, although there are many cases of such aspirations, and as a result it will take an initiative against the Russian economy.