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MOSCOW, 12 Oct – No ultimatums to Russia cannot be intimidated – so, in an interview with the Director of the Department of North America of the foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation Georgy Borisenko commented on the possible new US sanctions on the “case Skrypalia”, which can be entered in November.
Once U.S. sanctions against Russia came into force on 27 August. The basis for their introduction were the accusations against the Russian Federation in the use of chemical weapons in the British Salisbury, where he was poisoned, former GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia. Russia denies these accusations and offers joint investigation into the incident, which London does not agree. The second, more stringent round of sanctions could be introduced in November: the ban in this case could affect lending to Russian legal entities, export and import of goods.
Commenting on the expected in November, a new wave of sanctions against Russia on the “case Skrypalia”, the Russian diplomat noted that Moscow, it turns out, “suggested to assume a non-existent guilt, as well as repeatedly suggested this in the case of a fictional “Russian intervention” in U.S. elections.”