PM Oresharski does not rule out Bulgaria veto on possible heavy EU sanctions against Russia

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Taking a question from Russian media whether a Bulgarian veto is possible on heavy economic sanctions against Russia, PM Oresharski said that everything was possible in this world. He added that the solution of the crisis should be good for all sides to it – the EU, Ukraine and the citizens of Russia. The premier said that Bulgaria had submitted to the European Commission an estimate of possible losses from the imposition of economic sanctions against Russia.

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