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The United States is planning again to expand sanctions against Russia

Now Washington is exploring all necessary documents for this.

07.Apr.16 11:29 AM
By Abigail Richards


The United States is planning again to expand sanctions against Russia
Today, April 7, it became known that the United States plans again to extend sanctions against the Russian Federation. In particular, we're talking about the document which allegedly belonged to Mossack Fonseca, on the subject of information on individuals, which could help to circumvent the restrictive measures against Russia. If the information is confirmed, these individuals will be included in the "black list". The list can get Suleiman Kerimov, Arkady Rotenberg, Yuri Kovalchuk, Alexei Ulyukayev, the figure skater Tatyana Navka, cellist Sergei Roldugin and others.

According to preliminary data, the us government may soon impose sanctions against those who helped individuals and companies to circumvent economic measures against Russia. The decision will be made in the near future, as soon as the examination of all documents.

It is also worth noting that the EU also has started a study on the possible extension of sanctions against Russia, and in this case also there is no specific information, all data preliminary, no specifics. However, many analysts say, and what the EU can cancel sanctions against the Russian Federation, or at least a few of them to weaken. For this, according to experts, there are a lot of assumptions.

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