The US State Department on Thursday submitted to lawmakers a list of Russian companies with ties to the military and intelligence services that could face sanctions.
A spokeswoman said the list would be made public in the coming days to allow American firms and individuals time to put an end to any business they are doing with the firms.
In July, angered by Russia’s intervention in Ukraine and its alleged interference in the US presidential election, Congress passed a law to impose new sanctions on Moscow.
President Donald Trump, who has dismissed reports Russian intelligence tried to swing last year’s vote in his …read more
Source: The Manila Times