Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khosnolan has claimed that Islamic countries are against the sanctions imposed on his country by the West.
According to foreign media, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnulan has said that Islamic countries do not support the sanctions imposed on Russia by the West, and the agreements reached in the Kazan Economic Forum prove this.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khosnolan said that Islamic countries do not support Western sanctions on Russia, which is also proved by the agreements reached in the Kazan Economic Forum.
Referring to the delegations of Russia and the countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Khosnolan said that as a result of the Russia-Islamic World Forum in Kazan, hundreds of meetings were held and more than 100 trade agreements were signed.
He further said that this forum has become a place where political and economic interests have converged as the countries of the Muslim world support us.
The Russian Deputy Prime Minister said that although two Arab countries, especially Saudi Arabia and Egypt, formally condemned Russia for its military operation in Ukraine, no Islamic country followed the West and imposed economic sanctions on Moscow.