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Cameron proposes to deprive Russia of access to world financial markets

British Prime Minister David Cameron says that the West is ready to bring the sanctions against Russia "to a whole different level," if the Minsk agreement are not fulfilled.

David Cameron

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, David Cameron notes that Russia "can not rip up one part of the international rule book", while still having access to international markets and financial systems.

According to Cameron, the Western countries should be prepared to "to settle in for a long and determined position" of pitting the weight of the U.S. and the EU against Russia.

He adds that world leaders decided to bring the sanctions against Russia "to a whole different level," if another incident like that in Debaltseve happens again. The agency notes that the city was captured by militants after the conclusion of truce.