Anton Morozov, a member of the Duma Committee on international Affairs, believes that once the us sanctions will not affect the work of the Russian company “Grand Service Express”. Earlier it was reported that this company, which is the operator of trains to the Crimea, came under US sanctions. The route of the train company “Grand Service Express” is including on the Crimean bridge, reminds RIA Novosti.
the United States also imposed sanctions against 8 citizens of Russia and Ukraine: acting Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaeva, Prime Minister of the Crimea Yuri Gianluca, Chairman of the legislative Assembly of Sevastopol Vladimir Nemtseva, a member of the Federation Council from Sevastopol Catherine Arbatovoj, head of the Sevastopol CEC Sergey Danilenko and his Deputy, Lydia Bass, the CEC Secretary Catherine Parkovoy, as well as against the Director of “Grand Service Express” Alexander Ganova.
state Duma Deputy Morozov has called the sanctions “another unfriendly step” toward Russia. He noted that the introduction of additional sanctions is counterproductive and futile measure. On the “Grand Service Express” they will not affect railway transportation is carried out within our country, Washington is unable to influence them.