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Kremlin report on Putin's allies to be submitted at US Congress

More than 50 people can be put on the sanctions' list
14:37, 12 January 2018

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The White House prepares to submit the so-called 'Kremlin report' to the US Congress. It is the list of the top rank Russian officials and businessmen that close to the government and can be imposed by the US sanctions as Russian Kommersant reported.

More than 50 people or 300 with the member of their families can be put on the sanctions' list.

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'The details of the reported are not revealed but according to the sources in Washington, more than 50 people or 300 with the member of their families will be included in the list', the message said.

The congressmen who wish to stir President Trump into tougher actions published 200-pages report on the asymmetrical attacks of Kremlin at the democracy and their consequences for the US.

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The edition noted that Daniel Fried, the former Coordinator for Sanction Policy claimed that the presence at the blacklist does not mean that the sanctions will be imposed the particular people.

'However, the presence at the blacklist increases the risk of the future imposing of the sanctions', Fried explained.

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At the same time, the representatives of the Democratic Party concerns that Trump will not wish to impose the sanctions against the Russians from the 'Kremlin report' not to completely spoil the relations with President Putin.

As we reported earlier the White House is to impose new sanctions against the Kremlin.

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