Tuesday , September 17 2019
Home / policy / USA plans to strengthen sanctions against Russia

USA plans to strengthen sanctions against Russia

США планируют усилить санкции против РФThe United States wants to increase pressure on the Russian rulers.

The US announced a further strengthening of sanctions against the energy and banking sectors of the Russian economy, was imposed for its aggression against Ukraine.

As reported in the Ministry of Finance of the United States, strict limits will be introduced in a month, from November 28, the conditions of financing of the Russian companies under sanctions from the side of American legal or natural persons, as well as with the United States. For such Russian companies from the energy sector the period for which they can be granted credits will be reduced to 60 days from the current 90, and for pidsanktsiynyh companies from the financial sector to 14 days from the current 30.

Thus, according to updated guidelines of the office of foreign assets control of the U.S. Treasury Department, among the grounds for increasing restrictions is the recently adopted law on sanctions against Russia, known as “countering the influence of Russia in Europe and Eurasia” (Countering Russian Influence in Europe and Eurasia Act of 2017, or abbreviated CRIEEA). This act was part of a broader legislative package that imposed sanctions against Iran and North Korea.

The U.S., like other countries of the group of seven and some States as well as EU coordinated imposed after the aggression of Russia against Ukraine – first in Crimea, then Donbas – several packages of sanctions, in particular, individuals and legal entities of Russia and occupied Crimea, Donbass and the Crimean separatists and representatives of the former Ukrainian government. Some sanctions also apply to as many as several sectors of the Russian economy.

© 2017 – 2019, z-news.link. All rights reserved.

Check Also

At the rally in Ulan-Ude, local residents demanded the resignation of the head of Buryatia

“Why do we have a head, who considers us second-class citizens?” At the rally in …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *