The Kremlin saw in the new US sanctions unfair competition and hysteria

The Kremlin saw in the new US sanctions unfair competition and hysteria

Moscow. September 21. INTERFAX.RU — the Kremlin has called the new sanctions of the USA against Russia is a manifestation of unfair competition, a factor hindering the normalization of bilateral relations.


“It’s not new sanctions, they were pre-announced, so it was time to analyze the threats and to minimize risks that undoubtedly emerge in connection with these actions of Washington”, — said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

He called the sanctions a “hostile, shall we say, unfriendly, unpredictable, and, of course, continues to inflict harm and which is in a sorry state of bilateral relations”.

“These sanctions can be seen by two factors: the first is dishonest, unfair competition, attempt using non-market methods that run counter to norms and principles of international trade, to displace from the markets, the main competitor of American manufacturers,” — said the press Secretary of the Russian leader.

According to him, “the products of the Russian defense industry is not only competitive, but often highly competitive”.

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The US President Donald trump on Thursday notified Congress about the signing of the decree, which gives additional opportunities for the implementation of the acting against Russia restrictive measures. Trump noted that he had authorized the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Stephen Mnuchin in coordination with the Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo to take measures aimed at the enforcement of the sanctions regime under the current legislation.