Donald Trump, Mike Pence
Vice-President Mike Pence said that the President of the United States Donald trump will soon sign the bill on sanctions against Russia. He told this in an interview with Fox News Sunday, July 30.
“President trump has hinted that soon he will sign the bill on sanctions against Russia, adopted by the Congress,” said Pence.
He also said that Washington hopes for “changes in the behavior of Russia”. “President trump has made it clear that Russia’s destabilizing actions, its support of outlaw regimes, and its action in Ukraine is unacceptable. Trump and I still very much hope that we will see a different behavior of the Russian government,” said Pence.
Saturday, July 29, the press service of the White house said that trump plans to sign the Senate bill to increase sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea. “He became acquainted with the final version and, based on the fact that his remarks were taken into account, endorses the bill and intends to sign it””, — explained in administration of the President of the United States.
On 27 July, the US Senate adopted the law on sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea, after which the document was sent for signature to the Trump. The day before the White house said it strongly supported the sanctions policy against Moscow.