Paul Ryanphoto: Aaron P. Bernstein / Reuters
U.S. may impose new sanctions against Russia if the Congress deems it necessary, said the speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan. His words are reports Reuters Tuesday, July 17.
“Russia is a threat, she does not share our interests and values,” he said, adding that he would be “more than happy new restrictive measures”.
Ryan also noted that this time Moscow will not be able to avoid punishment for interfering in the US presidential election in 2016. “Let’s be very specific: Russia intervened in our elections,” he said.
July 13, us intelligence agencies presented correspondence charges of meddling in elections on 12 Russian scouts. According to investigators, they, acting under the pseudonym of 2.0 hacker Guccifer, hacked into the email of the head of the headquarters of the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and two committees of the democratic party — national and Congressional elections.
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