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White House confirmed continuation of sanctions against Russia
09:36, 4 February 2017
White House confirmed continuation of sanctions against Russia

Trump’s administration confirmed the words of the United States Ambassador to the United Nations for maintaining sanctions against Russia

09:36, 4 February 2017

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Sean Spicer, the current White House Press Secretary and Communications Director for President Donald Trump, confirmed the position of Trump’s administration towards maintaining sanctions against Russia for occupation of Crimea, this was reported by the new United States Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley. Spicer gave the according statement during the briefing in White House.

“Speaking of sanctions, I think Ambassador Haley has very clearly stressed our concern regarding Crimean occupation. I think she made it very clear and comprehensive,” Spicer said.

Thus he answered the journalists’ question whether US administration will continue sanctions policy against Russia.

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