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A number of American experts has prepared its recommendations on strengthening the sanctions impact on the Russian hearing of the Committee on financial services of the house of representatives of the United States reports owned by Grigory Berezkin RBC.
In particular, former assistant Secretary of the Treasury for financial markets Dalip Singh (2014 participated in the preparation of a package of sanctions against Russia) has proposed to deny U.S. investors to buy Russian government debt in any currency. He recalled that the largest U.S. foundations continue to support Russia after the “large scale and systematic attempts to undermine American democracy.”
He also has proposed to require U.S. investors to disclose potential shares (bonds) PSB and maybe the VEB of the Russian Federation. The US Treasury, it is recommended to find financial intermediaries that manage “the wealth of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the state Kremlin kleptocrats.”
The expert of the Center for a new American security (CNAS) Elizabeth Rosenberg (until 2013 he worked as a senior Advisor to the Deputy Treasury) has proposed to take measures that
will lead to “real costs” to the Russian economy. We are talking about the impact on the financial services sector, defence and intelligence technology.
A former Deputy adviser to the Minister of defense for Russia, Ukraine, Eurasia, the Balkans and conventional arms control, Michael carpenter, acknowledged that directed against Russia’s action has brought a much more modest effect than sanctions against Iran. He proposes to limit all transactions by Russian banks. He acknowledged the sad but inevitable that the impact on the Russian economy will lead to “significant costs” of the Russian people.
Earlier it was reported that US Undersecretary of state for arms control and international security Andrea Thompson
stated that the US does not want to apply the second package of sanctions “case Skrypalia”. She stated that the final decision will be President of the United States Donald trump and Secretary of state Mike Pompeo.
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