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"The sanctions are traditionally answered by some kind of mirrored methods," Zakharova said at a news briefing.
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The United States on Tuesday imposed additional sanctions on Russia, blacklisting 38 Ukraine-related individuals and entities and two Russian government officials Cheap Air Jordan For Sale , the U.S. Treasury Department said.
As a result, any property or interest of the designated persons in the United States will be blocked and transactions by Americans involving these persons are generally prohibited, it said.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Wednesday that his meeting with U.S. Undersecretary of State Thomas Shannon will not happen due to the new sanctions imposed by Washington.
It was previously scheduled that Ryabkov and Shannon would discuss bilateral relations in Russia's second largest city St. Petersburg on Friday.
Zakharova said that the cancellation of the meeting was not the final response to the U.S. move.
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The United States and its allies have imposed several sets of sanctions on Russia since 2014 over the annexation of Crimea and Moscow's alleged involvement in south Ukraine.
Russia has responded with counter-measures, including denying entry to many officials and banning imports of certain commodities, mainly foodstuffs.
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ATHENS， Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- Retired Greek triple jump athlete Pigi Devetzis will appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport IAAF's and IOC's decision to strip her of the medals she had won at the Osaka World Championships in 2007 and the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008 on doping charges， her lawyer announced in Athens.
The International Assosiation of Athletics Federations and the International Olympic Committee on Wednesday cancelled Devetzis' results for that period， Greek national news agency AMNA reported.
"We have requested from IOC more data regarding the tests of samples for the Beijing Games...The Olympic medalist will bring the case to CAS，" her lawyer Michalis Dimitrakopoulos said in a press release.
Devetzis had won the silver medal in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games， the bronze in the 2008 Games and another bronze in Osaka.
Last year Greece's Athletics Federation (SEGAS) had announced that Greek authorities were formally notified by IAAF that Devetzis was tested positive for a banned substance in 2007.
The latest re-analysis of her samples from 2007 and 2008 tested positive for a banned substance so she was retrospectively disqualified from both competitions.
Devetzis insists that she has never used doping substances.
The athlete retired after IAAF gave her a two-year ban from taking part in tournaments following her refusal to submit a sample to anti-doping controllers in May 2009 in Ukraine.
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