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Trump to approve new anti-Russian sanctions soon, - Pence
12:49, 1 August 2017
Trump to approve new anti-Russian sanctions soon, - Pence

"Our country prefers constructive relations with Russia based on cooperation and mutual interests, " U.S. Vice President said

12:49, 1 August 2017

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U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Tuesday in Tbilisi he is sure that President Donald Trump will soon sign a bill on new sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea. This was reported by Interfax.

“President Trump will very soon sign a bill to strengthen US sanctions against Russia,” Pence said.

"Our country prefers constructive relations with Russia based on cooperation and mutual interests, " U.S. Vice President noted.

Related: Kremlin on new US sanctions: nothing to add to the MFA statement

As it was reported earlier Mike Pence named the conditions for improving relations with Russia, lifting sanctions. A better relationship and the lifting of sanctions will require Russia to reverse the actions that caused sanctions to be imposed in the first place, according to US Vice President.

Related: US anti-Russian sanctions is resolute signal of support of Ukraine, - Poroshenko

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