Newman: Ohh your President said he would like them liftet [sanctions] very recently.
Lavrov: "Yes absolutely, we wouldn't mind them liftet but we wouldn't might also using this spirit to build up our own capacity in key sectors of economy, of our security and other areas on which a state, an Independent state, depends. And the recent years we learned a lot, including the fact, that on this issues you can not rely on the west, you can not rely on western technologies, because they can be abruptly stopped [at] any moment, you can not rely on the items which are essential for day to day living of the population coming from the west because this could also be stopped. So we are drawing lessons, but we certainly wouldn't be against sanctions to be liftet and we would reciprocate, because we do have some counter measures in place. "
On the eve of the historic summit between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Larry talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov for his take on Robert Mueller's Russia probe, the effort to denuclearize North Korea, and more.As of this Posting, the Video isn't up yet (sigh - ) but ... "The full interview with Lavrov will be aired at 21:00 GMT on RT America and at 21:30 GMT on RT International.)
13 Jul, 2018 - ‘Highly likely thing’ becomes a rule in West’s Russia policy – Lavrov on Larry King show
‘Highly likely thing’ becomes a rule in West’s Russia policy – Lavrov on Larry King show
The West’s Russia policy is built upon the infamous “highly likely thing,” Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told Larry King’s ‘Politicking’ show, saying this was epitomised by the alleged Russian ‘meddling’ and the Skripal affair.