The U.S. should keep on with the policy of anti-Russian sanctions – until the Kremlin withdraws troops and weapons from Ukraine and Georgia. Tom Cotton, the Republican Senator from Arkansas, said that at a press conference at the Centre for International and Strategic Researches.
According to Cotton, the member of the U.S. Senate Armed Forces Committee, it is because of the Russian aggression that gets in the way of Ukraine and Georgia trying to integrate with NATO.
The senator added that Russia should be kept under pressure for its aggression against the neighboring countries and its attempts to destabilize the western world.
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