The White House sharply responded to the idea of ​​lifting sanctions on Russia

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In the foreseeable future, the United States is not going to lift sanctions against Russia. This was stated by US Deputy Assistant President for National Security Dalip Singh.

“We are not even close to lifting sanctions against Russia. The first thing the Russian leadership must do is stop the conflict in Ukraine. This is not happening. “US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has said that ending Russia’s economic isolation will require ending the conflict,” he said.

Earlier, Singh said that the United States is considering expanding anti-Russian sanctions due to the situation in Ukraine. The measures could affect more Russian banks, as well as the economy, including gas and oil. The politician noted that the sanctions could affect “more banks and sectors that have not yet been affected.”

On the morning of February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a special operation in Ukraine. In response, Western countries imposed tough sanctions on Russia. Explaining the purpose of the sanctions, the leaders of Western countries said that they should strike at the entire domestic economy, social and humanitarian spheres, every family and citizen of Russia. Putin said that steps to worsen the lives of millions of people have all the hallmarks of aggression, war by economic, political and informational means.

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In the foreseeable future, the United States is not going to lift sanctions against Russia. This was stated by US Deputy Assistant President for National Security Dalip Singh. “We are not even close to lifting sanctions against Russia. The first thing the Russian leadership must do is stop the conflict in Ukraine. This is not happening. “US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has said that ending Russia’s economic isolation will require ending the conflict,” he said. Earlier, Singh said that the United States is considering expanding anti-Russian sanctions due to the situation in Ukraine. The measures could affect more Russian banks, as well as the economy, including gas and oil. The politician noted that the sanctions could affect “more banks and sectors that have not yet been affected.” On the morning of February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a special operation in Ukraine. In response, Western countries imposed tough sanctions on Russia. Explaining the purpose of the sanctions, the leaders of Western countries said that they should strike at the entire domestic economy, social and humanitarian spheres, every family and citizen of Russia. Putin said that steps to worsen the lives of millions of people have all the hallmarks of aggression, war by economic, political and informational means.

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