White House: almost no "free" sanctions for Russia and Iran left

White House: almost no “free” sanctions for Russia and Iran left

The U.S. has little opportunity left to impose new sanctions against Russia and Iran, as there are already many of them. Robert O’Brien, the assistant on the national security of the president of the USA, told journalists about it.

“One of the problems that we have faced with both Iran and Russia is that we now have so many sanctions against these countries that we have very little (opportunity) to do anything about it. But we are looking at all possible deterrent measures that we can apply to these countries, as well as others, including China and some states not yet mentioned, that are trying to influence Americans on the voting issue. This is unacceptable,” said the White House advisor to the head of the White House when asked how Washington could answer the question of how Russia and Iran allegedly received some information about the registration of American voters and wanted to influence the elections.

Robert O’Brien added that Washington is considering “additional options” in this regard.

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