White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders echoed Haley's thoughts when she said on Monday that the United States was considering additional sanctions and a decision on this would be made "in the near future".
Following the U.S. military strikes against Syria, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley tried to defend President Trump's efforts to ban Syrian refugees from entering the United States. She said that the U.S. Treasury secretary "will be announcing those on Monday, if he hasn't already".
Last time, Washington announced imposing sanctions against Russian Federation on April 6.
"With or without sanctions, parties have to come to the table: our commitment is first a cease-fire, then help and a political solution", said Blok. According to the US Treasury, the assets of all 24 Russian citizens and 14 companies, if there are any under US jurisdiction, will be frozen. She said Assad was making it a normal practice and Russian Federation was busy covering it up. "That was not something that in our American values we would want to do", Haley said.
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French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday that France wants to launch a diplomatic initiative over Syria that would include Western powers, Russian Federation and Turkey.
The White House said that despite events in Syria and the poisoning of a spy on British soil, Trump still wanted to sit down with Putin.
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Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said yesterday the government was discussing possible measures to support Russian companies hit by new U.S. sanctions, the RIA news agency said.
"The president would still like to sit down with him, he feels like it's better for the world if they have a good relationship".
Haley said the measures would target companies that supplied Damascus with equipment and other material related to chemical weapons, which killed more than 40 people in Douma on April 7 and prompted US-led airstrikes.
"Secondly, we want to make sure that they understand that ISIS [ISIS] has to be defeated completely and wholly in a way that we know that we have stabilized the region".
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The deputy foreign minister also said Russian politicians were discussing USA "abuse" of the dollar's status as the global currency, RIA quoted Ryabkov as saying.