Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Tuesday Russia cares little about the so-called US Kremlin List as it means nothing to it, APA reported citing TASS.
"What does this list means? I would say nothing, zero. It tends to zero. Just imagine an opposite situation when we issue a list embracing the entire Trump situation, the House of Representatives, the Senate, the Supreme Court, the Attorney General’s office, what will happen in the United States? Nothing. The same will happen in our country, i.e. nothing," he said after talks with his visiting Belgian counterpart, Charles Michel.
The Russian government will respond adequately to possible further US anti-Russian sanctions, he said.
"If we talk about other consequences, certainly, all the authorities in our country, I mean the executive, the legislative power, and, of course, the president will keep a close eye on other forms of implementing this law. If they take place, they will be followed by a response. What response? It will be adequate to what happens," Medvedev said.