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State Department: To implement the CAATSA law, work was carried out with countries around the world

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The United States worked with countries around the world to implement the CAATSA Sanctions Law against the Russian Federation and “achieved real success,” reports RIA News Statement by a senior State Department representative.


State Department: To implement the CAATSA law, work was carried out with countries around the world


According to him, “The US has spent a significant amount of time and energy in conducting dialogue with partners, allies, with the private sector and with countries around the world, explaining what the 231 section and the associated sanctions mean.”

The diplomat said that Washington explained to the countries "the possible consequences of the countries' interaction with the defense enterprises of the Russian Federation under sanctions" and "pushed them to stop possible deals."

We did this outside the United States and here in Washington, these efforts were made around the world. We informed the Congress about this effort in a closed session. Our discussions are sensitive and we don’t talk about them publicly, but we gave a briefing to the congress yesterday because it is important to provide them with updated information. I can say publicly that the results of our dialogue around the world are that we were able to prevent possible transactions, which are equal to several billion dollars. And this is real success, this is real money and this is real income that does not go to the Kremlin and Russia,
he said.

Recall that on August 2 last year, Donald Trump signed the Law on Countering America’s Opponents through Sanctions (CAATSA) against Russia, Iran and the DPRK. According to the 231 CAATSA section, “other states are prohibited from conducting significant transactions with the defense and intelligence sector of the Russian Federation.”
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  1. HAM
    HAM 31 January 2018 11: 35 New
    +7
    That's whoread ..
    1. Evil543
      Evil543 31 January 2018 11: 38 New
      +5
      “Possible consequences of the interaction of countries with defense enterprises of the Russian Federation under sanctions”

      This is probably unfair competition
      1. Dimontius
        Dimontius 31 January 2018 12: 22 New
        +5
        Listen, and what is there to be surprised and offended. The completely natural course of the Arecans, nothing surprising. This is a market for weapons, not teddy bears. America, with its 60% of global sales, can be said to be a monopoly, so it acts to absorb the entire market. Trump is a businessman, and America needs to be fed over-bloated America. It is not entirely a matter of our politics or the president, here are ordinary voendollars.
      2. siberalt
        siberalt 31 January 2018 12: 26 New
        +2
        If they intimidate potential buyers, it means Russia is selling something special. On the one hand, competition, on the other - advertising.
    2. vlad66
      vlad66 31 January 2018 12: 09 New
      +9
      “The United States spent a significant portion of its time and energy engaging in dialogue with partners, allies, the private sector and countries around the world, explaining what section 231 and its associated sanctions mean.”

      The stump is clear as explaining. laughing
      1. cniza
        cniza 31 January 2018 12: 12 New
        +2
        And first of all the USA.
  2. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 31 January 2018 11: 35 New
    +5
    Here is a scumbag breed, in plain text they already say that the so-called other states comply with their orders.
  3. astronom1973n
    astronom1973n 31 January 2018 11: 35 New
    +4
    And this is real success, this is real money and this is real income that does not go to the Kremlin and Russia,
    you need to invest more in American securities! ... or maybe no one is investing anywhere, why? and so will die out.
  4. turbris
    turbris 31 January 2018 11: 42 New
    +3
    These consultations did not cause any enthusiasm in the EU; most countries understand that this is elementary unfair competition.
  5. Skay
    Skay 31 January 2018 13: 24 New
    0
    Or maybe we need to introduce a fee for Russophobia (duties, taxes, etc. - the essence is not in the name) for the sale of products of American companies in Russia. Only carefully so that they did not leave Russia, but breathed through time. They want to play Russophobia, let them pay.
  6. Lieutenant
    Lieutenant 31 January 2018 15: 36 New
    0
    The United States must be destroyed!
  7. zak167
    zak167 31 January 2018 21: 36 New
    0
    And even after such a statement. Our rulers will persistently call them our partners. And pretend that sanctions promise nothing bad for our country.