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Kremlin Keeps Close Watch On Britain’s Idea Of limiting Russian Debt Access


03/29/2018


If Britain chooses to limit the investors’ access to Russian debts, it could be harmful for Britain-investors’ relationship.



The ideas that were “floated” by the Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May of limiting the role of London in “marketing Russian debt to investors”, is under close watch by Russia, revealed “Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov”.
 
While addressing the reporters, Peskov made it clear that if Britain implements the ideas of “limiting access to Russian debt”, they would be only be causing harm to its “relations with other investors”.
 
Furthermore, Reuters added:
“Asked about a suggestion that Austria could mediate between Russia and Britain in the case of a spy poisoning in England earlier this month, Peskov told a conference call that Russia needed ‘any voices that can help London see sense’.”
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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