In the U.S. Congress called the conditions of easing of sanctions against Russia
Congressmen in the bill to veto the lifting of sanctions against Russia require from trump, with the possible abolition of restrictions to provide evidence that Moscow “has stopped actions in Ukraine, and cyber attacks against the United States”.
Three members of the house of representatives from the Republican party and four from the Democratic party introduced a bill to Congress “Russian Sanctions Review Act” (“reconsideration Russian sanctions”), which named the terms of any easing of sanctions against Russia. About it reports Reuters with a reference to the document.
The bill requires the administration of Donald trump, in case of easing of sanctions, submit to the Congress confirming that Moscow “has stopped support action to undermine the government in Ukraine, and cyber attacks against the United States and citizens of the country.”
In addition, the congressmen asked for the right for 120 days to consider the possibility of easing or lifting of sanctions against Russia
Earlier, the Democrat Steni Hoyer expressed hope that both houses of Congress will support the introduction of the abolition of the possible solutions trump.
“This is a serious matter of national security,” he said.
A similar project was introduced in the U.S. Senate in early February. The paper put forward similar requirements, which are now submitted to Congress. In particular, it was said that if the White house wants to lift sanctions against Russia, it needs to justify its position. Congressmen demand 120 days for a decision.
White house spokesman Sean Spicer said that the US does not intend to take sanctions against Russia, imposed after the annexation of Crimea while the Peninsula is part of the country.