Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday said sanctions against Russia are not scary and any attempts of forced pressure on the country will not work.
"Sanctions are not scary for our country, and we understand that very well. Our country is strong. And no matter who tries to pressure us, we will nonetheless live in our beloved country, develop it, invest money [in it], and build our own state," Medvedev said during a Q&A session with members of a youth forum.
"Attempts of forced pressure on our country have never worked, and you understand that very well. And they won’t work now," Medvedev added.
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