Donald trump, whose inauguration on a post of the President of the United States is getting closer – 20 January, the Obama administration officially resigned – told about how to act in the near future in relation to the sanctions policy towards Russia.
The US President-elect Donald trump in an interview with The Wall Street Journal said that so far introduced by the administration of incumbent President Shtatov Barack Obama’s sanctions against Russia will be saved. “At least for some time,” he said.
Trump, who at his press conference said that the US and Russia, or rather he and Vladimir Putin “either get along or not,” announced the conditions, compliance with which will be cause for sanctions to be lifted. “If we get along and if Russia really helps us,” said the elected us leader.
He wondered, why do we need sanctions if “someone is making really great stuff?”.
Note that during the press conference, trump did not deny the involvement of Russian cyber-attacks against USA during the election period, but noted that it did not just Russia. With regard to Sanctions, the elected American President considered that his predecessor had “crossed the line”, by entering the limits of hacker attacks.
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