EU sanctions will "inevitably" lead to higher energy prices on the European market, Russia has claimed.
Russian Foreign Ministry said Brussels itself is "creating barriers" for cooperation in the energy sector.
The European Union and US agreed new sanctions against Russia, targeting financial, oil and defence industries.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said today the European Union sanctions imposed on Russia are hurting the country's economy.
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