White house plans to push Republicans in the House of representatives to amend the bill on new sanctions against Russia amendments, beneficial administration of Donald trump. This writes the newspaper Politico, citing a source on the officer in the apparatus.
The administration is concerned that the bill in its current form “will link Trump hands in Russian-American relations.” In this case the Democrats sitting in the Senate fear that the White house will go to extreme measures in an attempt to maintain control of the dialogue with Moscow, and will try to make the restrictive measures ineffective. In the current edition of the document, which was voted 98 senators out of 100, limits the President’s authority to lift sanctions, says Politico.
The white house supports the policy in relation to Russia and I am sure that he has allies in the House of representatives, who are also concerned about the prospect of a precedent limiting the Executive authority’s control over sanctions, said the source. At the same time, the newspaper writes, it is unclear how the Republican party is to receive requests from the White house about restoring some of the powers trump over sanctions.
June 14, the U.S. Senate approved a bill to expand anti-Russian sanctions. In the event of approval, American companies and individuals will not be allowed to lend to Russian banks for longer than 14 days. It is also proposed to limit the terms of financing of Russian oil and gas companies. Now the document will be considered by the house of representatives. In the case of a positive decision it will consider President Donald trump.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the new U.S. sanctions that Congress is preparing to introduce against Moscow “will not lead to the collapse and put the country to a standstill”. However, he lamented that the restrictive measures will complicate Russian-American relations.