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Italy resisting EU push to impose sanctions over cyberattacks

Previous Rome will oppose extension of European Union sanctions on Russian Federation

According to Reuters, the diplomatic push in Brussels coincides with a visit by Italy's far-right Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini to Russian Federation on October 17, the second since he was sworn in four months ago.

Previously Matteo Salvini known fact that when he was a member of the European Parliament went to meetings in a t-shirt with a portrait of Putin, promised to help to remove Russian Federation from EU sanctions. The EU's dominant powers, Germany and France, and most other EU members have said the sanctions should stay in place until progress is made in ending that conflict.

Deputy Prime Minister and interior Minister of Italy Matteo Salvini does not exclude that can compete for the post of President of the European Commission.

His comments got a warm reception from his audience, a gathering of the Russo-Italian business community, and several Russian and Italian businessmen took the microphone to press the minister to get the sanctions lifted.

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"If we are asked to confirm the sanctions, we say no". The sanctions are due to expire in January.

"Sanctions, for their own sake, only damage our companies, which we intend to protect, as well as Russia's civil society", Conte said, addressing parliament ahead of an European Union summit in Brussels on Thursday.

"There's the question of the European Union budget, the question of migration, and the budget, which I don't know what to play if they reject it but we'll carry on all the same". "It's clear that it makes no sense that they are in place".

"I feel at home here".

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