Moscow says it will respond to Australian sanctions - Ifax cites embassy

Reuters | Moscow | Updated: 30-03-2021 14:40 IST | Created: 30-03-2021 14:34 IST
Moscow says it will respond to Australian sanctions - Ifax cites embassy
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Russia's embassy in Canberra said on Tuesday that fresh Australian sanctions against Moscow were an unfriendly move that would not be left unanswered.

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