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Alexey Navalny: Biden administration unveils raft of sanctions on Russia over Navalny poisoning and imprisonment
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squirting the cold between Moscow and Washington. After the announcement Thursday by the United States of the expulsion of ten Russian diplomats and new financial penalties against Russia, the latter replied on Friday, April 16 by expelled diplomats and banning to senior officials. 'Enter its territory.
Among the personalities concerned, the American Minister of Justice Merrick Garland, the Inner Security Alejandro Mayorkas, the Susan Rice Inner Policy Advisor, the FBI boss Christopher Wray and the Director of Intelligence April Haines.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said to apply the same measure to the Chief of the Prisons Office Michael Carvajal, toAnd at the ex-head of the CIA Robert Woolsey. According to the department, these officials "participated in the implementation of the anti-treated line" followed by American politics.
Biden's early sanctions fall short of campaign promises to punish Putin and Saudi crown prince
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It decided to make public the names of declared non-grays, a list of ordinary secret, because of the "unprecedented character" of the tensions caused by Washington. Sergei Lavrov also announced that Moscow had "recommended" to the US Ambassador John Sullivan to return to Washington to "there benly and serious consultations."
Other restrictions are aimed at making life more complicated to American representations in Russia, and to prohibit in its territory of the American foundations and NGOs that "openly trained" in its domestic policy.
This new exchange of punitive measures occurs at a time when the relations between the two geopolitical rivals have ceased to deteriorate on the substance of charges by the United States of interference, particularly in the US presidential election of 2020, D espionage and cyber attacks.
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The Russian Ambassador to Washington, Anatoli Antonov, had been"The moment of de-escalation has come" , for "consultations" after Joe Biden described Vladimir Putin of "killer". According to him, Moscow reserves the right to take other "painful measures" targeting US companies, but the "reserve guard".
nevertheless, the Kremlin was rather satisfied with the words of the American President Joe Biden, who believes that "the moment of de-escalation came" and considered necessary a bilateral meeting "CET been in Europe "to" launch a strategic dialogue on stability ".
The Russian Foreign Ministry also announced Friday see "positively" the American idea of a summit between Russian and American presidents. The proposal is "currently under study" in Moscow.
Since his arrival in power, Joe Biden promised to be much firmer than his predecessor Donald Trump, accused of complacency with regard to the Kremlin Master. But the US president also proposed earlier this week to his Russian counterpart a neutral stage, that Finland and Austria are ready to welcome.
The European Union condemns Russian penalties towards European nationals
© Yves Herman / Archives Reuters of the European flags in front of the headquarters of the European Commission. Russian penalties for European leaders and nationals were found to be unacceptable by the European Union, on Friday, April 30, 2021. Europe has announced "appropriate measures" in response to these sanctions.
Russia and the United States has seen their relationships deteriorate considerably since 2014 and the Russian annexation of the Ukrainian Crimean Peninsula. Even under Donald Trump, who did not hide to appreciate Vladimir Putin, Washington has multiplied the sanctions.Tensions around Ukraine
This Russo-American ballet intervenes at the time ofUkraine criticized to Moscow to look for a Belli casus to invade him and Russia claiming that Kiev prepares a Offensive against the Eastern Prerussian separatists of Ukraine.
Westerners called Moscow to reduce forces in the area and testified their support for Kiev. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been maintained Friday with the French President Emmanuel Macron and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
VOLODYMYR Zelensky, who was in Paris, hoped to hope for a resumption of the truce in the conflict with the protracted separatists next week and called to organize a summit with Vladimir Putin, under French-German mediation.
"I fell from my chair": The boss of LCI refers to the departure of the Journalist Philippe Ballard for the National Gathering .
© Capture CNews "I fell from my chair": The boss of LCI evokes the departure of the reporter Philippe Ballard for the national gathering guest this Wednesday on France Inter, Fabien Namias, the boss of LCI, reacted from Philippe Ballard, journalist for 27 years on the chain Info, to commit to the sides of Marine Le Pen during the Future regional elections.