The U.S. Drop Sanctions on Russia, Kremlin Company 39 Upset

The United States published a list of 39 companies that Russia imposed sanctions. Dozens of companies were associated with military and intelligence Moscow, including pioneering iconic weapons of Kalashnikov.

Rosoboronexport mainstay export industry of weapons Russia is also one of the targets inadequate sanctions determined by law in Washington.

A list of 39 companies that are related to military and intelligence Moscow was released by the U.S. State Department. The base of the overthrow of sanctions it was Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act that Congress passed in July even though the White House had opposed.

"The intent of Congress and the Government was to use the Article 231 of the ACT to respond to the evil behavior of Russia in connection with the crisis in the Eastern Ukraine, disruption and attacks more sib, and violations of human rights," said a senior official The U.S. State Department told reporters.

"Piece of the action is targeting significant deals with people in the sectors of Defense and intelligence Government of Russia, which can include the sale of advanced weaponry to Russia around the world," continued the officials speaking on condition anonymous.

The U.S. State Department's list of 39 companies has submitted to Congress on Thursday and then or 25 days after the Act was passed.

Meanwhile, the Kremlin was upset with Washington's decision to drop the new sanctions against Moscow.

"However, this is not a friendly attitude echoes and even hostile toward our country," said Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, was quoted as saying Russia Today, Saturday (28/10/2017).

Peskov reiterates Putin that Moscow is ready to make the bilateral relations with the US ahead if Washington wanted to do it.

"As far as we can see, the will is not so steady," fumed Peskov.

Source: international.sindonews.com