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According to analysts, such actions may be the Kremlin's internal stability in the country and lead to widespread discontent and protests.
"The recent show of force by Russia against the West could cost her own internal stability. August 7, Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the destruction of food sanctions. This step was very unpopular among Russian officials and the public. As food imports to Russia declined by more than half in Within one day, many have criticized the Kremlin for the destruction of food at a time when Russian suffer from increasing financial and economic pressures. If the Kremlin will continue to fight against those who violate the order of the supply of products in such a way that the protests will only increase, "- said in a study.
After applying kontrsanktsy against Western countries import some products to Russia declined by more than 50%
The growth of opposition sentiment in relation to this policy, as well as the petition that the sanctions should be to distribute food to the poor, and not just destroy, signed by more than 285 thousand people, according to the study authors, caught the Kremlin off guard.
Experts believe that such a rigid and massive response conviction will encourage Russia to individual shares on the "fight" with the food, but not to the system of mass destruction products.
The study authors also cite data from the history of food security in Russia.
"In Russia, millions were killed between 1920 and 1940 famine. In 1921, 6 million have died due to drought and food seizures during the First World War and the Revolution, which led to famine. 7 million people died between 1932 and 1933 iz the policy of forced collectivization that led to famine and food shortages sharply. As a result of the famine 1947 - 1948's, caused by drought and the destruction caused by World War II, killed about 1.5 million people, "- says Stratfor.
The researchers said that after the collapse of the USSR, Russia was in a "grocery relative prosperity", and that, after coming to power, Putin has received legitimacy, thanks to the diversification of the supply of products to the country. Therefore, the problems that the Russians may face sanctions as a result of the destruction of the products, it can undermine the popularity of the head of the Russian Federation and public confidence in it.
As reported by the "Observer", after Putin's decree to destroy the products in Russia, said that only an inadequate person may conduct a similar policy.
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