Russia was not affected by the “decisive” Western sanctions


The West could not influence Russia by disconnecting from SWIFT, Junici Yadova said
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Russia’s withdrawal from the SWIFT payment system as part of Western sanctions against Russia did not have the expected effect. This was stated by Junichi Yadova, Doctor of Economics.

“The sanction measure to disconnect Russia from SWIFT, which was initially considered decisive, only affects seven Russian banks, so it proved ineffective,” Junichi Yadova told the Japanese edition of Shukan Gendai. He pointed out that the sanctions would result if they were imposed on all the more than 300 Russian banks connected to SWIFT.

EU countries, as well as the United States, Canada, Japan and several other countries, have imposed severe sanctions on Russia over Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. Sanctionary pressure on Russia has continued since the early 2000s and has intensified in recent months. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that their goal is to eradicate Russia, ban its culture, the taboo on the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events: “I am talking about progressive discrimination against everyone. in relation to Russia, on this trend, which is unfolding in a number of Western countries, with full agreement and sometimes with the encouragement of the ruling elite.

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Russia’s withdrawal from the SWIFT payment system as part of Western sanctions against Russia did not have the expected effect. This was stated by Junichi Yadova, Doctor of Economics. “The sanction measure to disconnect Russia from SWIFT, which was initially considered decisive, only affects seven Russian banks, so it proved ineffective,” Junichi Yadova told the Japanese edition of Shukan Gendai. He said the sanctions would result if they were imposed on all of Russia’s more than 300 SWIFT-connected banks. They have been imposed by EU countries, as well as the United States, Canada, Japan and several other countries. harsh sanctions against Russia over Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. Sanctionary pressure on Russia has continued since the early 2000s and has intensified in recent months. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that their goal is to eradicate Russia, ban its culture, the taboo on the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events: “I am talking about progressive discrimination against everyone. in relation to Russia, on this trend, which is unfolding in a number of Western countries, with full agreement and sometimes with the encouragement of the ruling elite.

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