As a result of the law signed by the president in August, the Ministry of Finance last month updated the sanctions. The part that belongs to the State Department is at the stage of interdepartmental consideration, it will be announced soonSanders told NBC News.
She noted that the US administration "is still loyal to the idea of bringing Russia to justice on different fronts."
Recall that Donald Trump signed a law in early August extending sanctions against the Russian economy. The updated package of restrictive measures will be the largest since the beginning of 2014.
The document provides for a reduction in the maximum period for financing Russian banks under US sanctions, and also introduces restrictions against energy projects in the Russian Federation, including in Europe.