External pressure on Russia will not affect the performance of social obligations, Medvedev said

© RIA Novosti / Ekaterina to Stuckinarut in photobacteria Medvedev. Archival photoExternal pressure on Russia will not affect the performance of social obligations, Medvedev said© RIA Novosti / Ekaterina to Stuckinarut the image Bank

Dire predictions and external pressure on Russia in 2017 did not affect the fulfillment of social obligations, said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in an interview with Russian TV channels.

«In spite of all gloomy predictions, despite the pressure, despite the fact that remain valid all the challenges facing our economy, we fully fulfilled our social obligations. Everything I had planned, we all did. I think this is a good result, which showed the economy, and in General, a good result of the activities of all agencies who participated,» said Medvedev.

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