Tillerson: trump is not happy with the law on sanctions, but approve it



U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson on Tuesday in a speech at a press briefing at the state Department said the us President Donald trump is not happy with the extension of the sanctions list to Russia, but will sign the document, RIA Novosti reported.

“Now, as to the actions of the Congress regarding the approval of these sanctions, and how they did it — neither the President nor I’m not happy. We understand that this will not benefit our efforts. But the decision that was taken, adopted by an overwhelming majority. The President understands that, and everything leads to the fact that he will sign this bill,” – explained the situation the Secretary of state.

Tillerson noted that the decision in Congress by a majority of votes the decision on Russia, Iran and North Korea reflects the opinion of Americans. But speaking about relations of Moscow and Washington Secretary of state emphasizes that “the American people want to have the two most powerful nuclear powers in the world were in the best relations.” however, the lack of improvement of bilateral relations of relations makes him upset and frustrated.

We will remind that last week the law on the extension of sanctions against Russia, Iran and the DPRK was approved by the us Senate. Now the document is waiting for signature by the President of the United States Donald trump.