The Latvian government has a back up plan should Russia decide to implement additional sanctions, Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma has said in an interview with the LNT show 900 sekundes.Latvia's Finance Minister Andris Vilks earlier said Russia's food embargo was "only the beginning." Straujuma said the government confirmed several scenarios and a plan of action in case Russia decided to implement additional sanctions. Back up plans to counter the sanctions are at the Economy Ministry's disposal, the Prime Minister said.She added that the gover...
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