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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Trump “reluctantly” approved the anti-Russian sanctions will bring Russia to the DPRK


The President of the United States Donald trump signed a law on new anti-sanctions, which limits its administration to self-loosen restrictions — these steps will have to negotiate with Congress. Then the American leader once said that the law has flaws and it would be nice if the congressmen in General it is not used.


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In a statement, trump about the signing of the act States that the document was “imperfect”. The administration of US President hopes that Congress does not use it “thus, to undermine the important work of the European allies to resolve the conflict in Ukraine,” reports the text of a statement to The Hill.

Trump adds that the law should not violate the efforts that it does not hurt the partners of the United States and American business.

The head of state also mentioned a number contained in a signed the law “clearly unconstitutional provisions” that violate the powers of the President of the United States for the recognition of foreign governments.

Another disadvantage of tightening sanctions – what does it prevent the Executive to make useful for US transactions. In the end it will bring together Russia, China and North Korea, says trump.

Note that the law, if performing strike in several sectors of the Russian economy, complicating the obtaining of loans to Russian companies and banks. It can affect energy projects in Europe — this has already caused criticism in the EU.

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