In the United States can legitimize sanctions against Russia

In the case that the administration of U.S. President Donald trump decides to weaken or lift the sanctions against Russia, the decision will be turned into law. This was stated by the speaker of the house of representatives of the U.S. Congress Paul Ryan, according to DW.

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As the speaker of the of representatives is the third person of importance in the state, he was ready to support a bipartisan initiative of the Senator-Republican John McCain on the transformation of sanctions against Russia that were imposed by the former administration of President Barack Obama into law.

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

Earlier, US Senator John McCain said that sanctions against Russia must be saved. And Ukraine to protect against Russian aggression needs to provide lethal weapons. Thus, the Republican commented on trump about his predecessor, Barack Obama, during whose reign were annexed Crimea.