Castle swallow’s nest on the coastal cliff in Gaspra in the Crimea.
WASHINGTON, 9 Nov — the Russian Embassy in the United States expects that U.S. sanctions imposed on Crimean resorts should lead to an increase in the popularity of the latter, the statement of the Embassy in Facebook.
Earlier Thursday, the US imposed sanctions against three individuals and nine organizations in connection with the annexation of Crimea and the situation in the Donbass. Among the nine organizations that fall under the sanctions — the sanatorium “AI-Petri”, “Dulber” and “Mishor” in Crimea and “South project” owned by Bank “Russia” Yuri Kovalchuk, who at the end of 2017 bought at auction 100% of the shares of the Crimean factory of sparkling wines “New world”.
“The US authorities continue in standby mode to impose sanctions on the Russian Crimea. We promised to do this every month or two. The next round, so we can expect for the New year. Let’s face it, have long ceased to understand what he wants to achieve the American side,” — said the Embassy statement.