Russia's prime minister said nations that ban Russian ships from their ports could face retaliation.S

Mikhail Mishustin said this while discussing steps Russia was taking to protect its economy.Last week, the UK banned all Russian-flagged ships from calling on its ports.

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said on Wednesday that the government plans to retaliate against the countries that ban Russian ships from entering their ports.

Mishustin threatened to retaliate against the nations barring Russian ships during a governmental meeting, in which the prime minister revealed several steps

"Sanctions-linked turbulence will end, sooner or later," Mishustin said, according to the publication.

The prime minister did not specify how the government would retaliate. Putin has said in the past that the West's support for Ukraine in the form of sanctions

The UK banned Russian ships from entering their ports last week. The EU and US are also reportedly considering a similar ban. On Tuesday, Biden announced a ban on Russian oil imports.

Shipping companies have taken similar measures. Last week, the world's three largest shipping companies announced they would no longer call on Russian ports.

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