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The New Zealand government has initiated a series of measures against Russia

The New Zealand government has said it will implement a series of measures against Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine, including a travel ban for Russian officials and restrictions on diplomatic relations.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern And the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nanaya Mahuta Issued a joint statement once again condemning the Russian invasion and calls Russia to stop its military operations in Ukraine.

“This is an unprovoked and unnecessary attack on the part of Russia”announced Ms Ardern. He added: “By choosing to go down this completely avoidable path, an unimaginable number of innocent lives could be lost due to Russia’s decision.”

This is an unprovoked and unnecessary attack on the part of Russia

“We call on Russia to do the right thing and immediately cease its military operations in Ukraine, and withdraw permanently in order to avoid the needless and catastrophic loss of innocent lives.”refers to the statement, as I mentioned before RNZ News.

The New Zealand It will not allow entry into its territory of Russian government officials and others associated with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, ban the export of goods to the Russian military and security forces and suspend the country’s bilateral cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

We call on Russia to do the right thing and stop its military operations in Ukraine immediately

Mr. Mahota He also pointed out that Russia Advance the ongoing international efforts for a diplomatic retreat from the escalation of the Ukrainian crisis “She must now face the consequences of her decision to invade.”

Officials contacted affected companies about the potential economic and commercial impact a military conflict would have on them. Russia occupies the 27th place among the largest export markets, and dairy products account for about half of these exports ”Mr. Mahuta added.

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Mr. Mahota Officials were also asked to provide feedback on how to operate New Zealand can contribute to possible humanitarian response options, given ‘grave concern’ Because of the military conflict, because of “Thoughts go to the Ukrainian people affected by this conflict today.”

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