“Interfax” has informed on signing with trump law on new anti-Russian sanctions

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The US President Donald trump has signed the law on extension of sanctions against Russia. For their abolition will require the execution of Moscow demands from Washington. On Tuesday, August 1, said the Vice-President of the United States, Mike Pence, who is on visit to Georgia, reports “Interfax”.

According to the politician, recent diplomatic steps, saying that she is not ready to fulfill them.

While RIA Novosti reports that the Vice-President of the United States expressed confidence that the White house will sign the law on anti-Russian sanctions.

“The law concerning restrictive measures against Moscow, which finally will sign trump, will be the proof that we do what we say”, — the politician said at a press conference.

The Original “Tape.ru” reported the American leader of the law on the extension of sanctions, in line with the statement, “Interfax”. However, after began to receive new mixed messages, the title was changed.

Later, “Interfax” cancelled message on signing the American leader of the law on the extension of sanctions, stressing that the Vice President just announced this event. “President trump will soon sign a bill to strengthen U.S. sanctions against Russia”, — quotes Agency the words of Pence.

27 July the us Senate passed a bill on restrictive measures against Russia, Iran and North Korea. The document was approved by 98 senators, two opposed.

Russia did not wait for the signing of the document the American leader and announced the imposition of retaliatory measures against Washington. In particular, the total number of staff of the US diplomatic mission in Russia is reduced to 455, August 1 suspended the use of the U.S. Embassy’s dacha in Serebryany Bor and all storage areas on a Traffic street in Moscow.

American the bill provides for several limitations: it is proposed to reduce to 14 days the maximum period of funding of banks, which are under sanctions, and 30 days — for oil and gas companies. It is also assumed that the US President may take action against companies who intend to invest in the construction of the export pipeline more than five million dollars per year, or a million at a time. In addition, the document specifically mentions the desire of the United States to oppose construction of the pipeline “Nord stream-2”.