In the U.S. Congress introduced a bill which will prohibit Trump to lift sanctions against Russia

In the U.S. Congress introduced a bill which provided for mitigation if the lifting of sanctions against Russia only, subject to the approval of Congress.

The document stipulates that lawmakers will be able to veto a possible lifting of sanctions by President Donald trump, RBC reports citing the Financial Times.

The bill tabled in the house of representatives.

Democrat Steni Hoyer called the lifting of sanctions is a serious matter of national security. He hoped that both houses of the U.S. Parliament will support the introduction of a veto on a possible solution trump.

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Earlier, the speaker of the house of representatives of Congress Paul Ryan said that if the administration of US President Donald trump decides to weaken or lift the sanctions against Russia, this decision will be turned into law.

“If these sanctions will decide to soften, I definitely support their inclusion in code of laws,” said Ryan.

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We will remind that earlier the United States expanded sanctions against Russia over the situation in Ukraine.

In the sanctions list included seven individuals: Mikhail Dedov, Michael KLISHIN, Kirill Kovalchuk, Dmitry Lebedev, Dmitry Mansurov, Oleg Minaev and Yevgeny Prigozhin.

It should be noted that 19 December 2016, sanctions against Russia and the extended EU. So, the European Council formally extended sectoral sanctions against Russia until 31 July 2017.

Note that sectoral sanctions against Russia from the EU was introduced in July 2014 and extended in September 2014. These measures are in three main areas.