New US Anti-Russia Sanctions Would Have Consequences for EU - Finnish President

New US Anti-Russia Sanctions Would Have Consequences for EU - Finnish President

New US Anti-Russia Sanctions Would Have Consequences for EU - Finnish President

Putin, speaking at a news conference with his Finnish counterpart Sauli Niinisto, said Moscow's military cooperation with China was "an element of stability and security in the world".

"In answer to your question on whether I regret the worsening of relations with the USA, I can give a direct answer: of course, we do regret it very much", he told a journalist.

Moscow couldn't easily respond economically to the sanctions because of the relatively low volume of trade between the two countries, but Russia's pro-Kremlin press has speculated USA diplomats might be expelled.

Russian Federation was speaking after the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted to impose new sanctions on Moscow and to force President Donald Trump to obtain lawmakers' permission before easing any sanctions on Russian Federation.

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Russian Federation has been under a series of U.S. sanctions since a crisis began in Ukraine in 2014. Officials in Moscow say new United States bans on Russian Federation would harm the interests of both nations. He called the case all but a "battle between President Trump and his political opponents،" adding that "Russian-US relations are being sacrificed to resolve questions of domestic politics".

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that he saw the USA investigations into the so-called Russian influence in the US presidential election as an effort to create anti-Russian hysteria.

The two countries acting in agreement "could solve very acute problems much more effectively", Putin said, specifying the "fight with terrorism".

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