“We & nbsp; are cooperating with & nbsp; our allies on & nbsp; this issue, and & nbsp; we made & nbsp; we are & nbsp; ready to impose sanctions that you & nbsp; have never & nbsp; seen & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; said the politician on CBS.
She did not name specific measures, but & nbsp; said that Washington is “ in direct discussions '' on & nbsp; this topic with the & nbsp; Russian side.
Harris stressed that “Russia should not violate Ukraine's sovereignty” and that the United States will support the country's territorial integrity.
The United States has repeatedly stated that & nbsp; can impose sanctions in & nbsp; military aggression of Russia in & nbsp; relation to & nbsp; Ukraine. 1 & nbsp; December on & nbsp; Washington's readiness to take “ economic and & nbsp; other measures '' against Moscow in & nbsp; the response to & nbsp; its actions on & nbsp; relation to & nbsp; Ukraine was stated by the press secretary of the White House Jen Psaki. Prior to & nbsp; this, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken threatened Russia with sanctions that had not been & nbsp; applied.
Reuters reported that & nbsp; American authorities could, in & nbsp; in particular, impose sanctions on & nbsp; exports to & nbsp; Russia. The restrictions, according to the agency, may affect the supply of smartphones.
Western media began to publish information about the & nbsp; accumulation of Russian troops on the & nbsp; border with & nbsp; Ukraine in & nbsp; October. In & nbsp; mid-November, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced & nbsp; 100 thousand Russian military in the & nbsp; region. US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland suggested that the & nbsp; “ invasion '' could happen in early 2022.
The Kremlin denied this information. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that & nbsp; the movement of Russian troops inside & nbsp; the country & nbsp; & mdash; her & nbsp; internal affair. He & nbsp; assured that & nbsp; Russia does not & nbsp; threaten anyone.