McCain said about Putin’s payback for “attack on democracy” USA
Senator John McCain, in response to the reduction in the number of American diplomats in Russia said that President Vladimir Putin will pay for “attack on American democracy”. This Senator said in his Twitter.
The Ministry of foreign Affairs 28 July ordered the U.S. before September 1 to reduce the number of employees of American diplomatic missions in Russia to 455 people, thus bringing them “in strict accordance with the number of Russian diplomats and technical staff. which are in the United States.” In addition, Russia from August 1, withdraws in use at the USA warehouse on Road street in the South of Moscow and a dacha in Serebryany Bor.
In this regard, the US expressed their protest. This was announced by state Department spokesman Heather Nauert. Unfair retaliatory measures against the United States Russia also named former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul. “The United States did not interfere in Russian elections. Therefore, the actions of the Russian authorities against our Embassy inequitable,” he wrote on his Twitter page.