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The United States promised to extend sanctions against Russia

Restrictions will be removed only in case if Russia will return Crimea and stop military aggression in the Donbas.

08.Mar.17 10:43 PM
By Andrey Shulga


The United States promised to extend sanctions against Russia
U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson assured the Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin that his country will extend anti-Russian sanctions. This was reported to journalists by the staff of the foreign Ministry of Ukraine.

After a meeting with Klimkin Tillerson has asked Congress to allocate additional funds to help Kiev. The Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine thanked his overseas colleague for assistance "in the struggle of Ukraine against Russian aggression".

U.S. Secretary of state promised the Kiev authorities continue to support them. Anti-Russian sanctions will not be canceled until the fulfillment by our country of the Minsk agreement and "de-occupation of Donbass and Crimea".

At the beginning of the year, the US Congress called for the allocation of Ukraine more than $ 150 million, and the IMF will provide Kiev a new tranche of $ 1 billion.

Previously, we wrote about the fact that the EU is not going to cancel anti-Russian sanctions.

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