The U.S. State Department has reported that sanctions against Russia in connection with "business by Skripalya" will come into force approximately on August 27, and waited for them this week. Why introduction of restrictive measures was transferred? Photo: depositphotos.com the First package new sanctions against Russia which the USA will impose in connection with "business by Skripalya" will come into force on August 27 after the official publication in the Federal register. RIA Novosti with reference to the unnamed State Department Spokesperson reports about it. There is no confirmation of information on the website of the department. At the beginning of August of the USA announced introduction of two packages of chemical anti-Russian sanctions: a "draconian" package in three months and soft, symbolical measures "around August 22". The reason of a delay wasn't called; the main version — a bureaucratic delay, another — the White House just hasn't managed to prepare measures because of scandals over the president Donald Trump. The alternative hypothesis is sounded by professor of Higher School of Economics Oleg Matveychev: Oleg Matveychev professor of Higher School of Economics "In principle, these sanctions have not the real geopolitical or military-economic reason, and first of all the political reason. It is more a certain visibility, than reality. If someone wants to cause someone the true irreparable injury, it does it at once and suddenly, without warning. When ten times before imposing sanctions, are explained that we will enter now, we will begin now, we will make now, it is more similar to friendly prevention more likely: "Children, you be prepared there, make everything properly that you had a damage minimum. You understand, we have such situation that we are forced to impose sanctions, but at the same time we don't want to quarrel with you". These dances, these rituals now are also executed". The day before in Geneva there have taken place negotiations of the Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Nikolay Patrushev and the adviser to the U.S. President for national security John Bolton. In anticipation of contacts the Moscow correspondent of The Guardian warned that the meeting of two hawks of foreign policy in one room is "threat of fire safety". Negotiations were completed without joint statement, but also without mutual recriminations. Whether Washington could postpone sanctions because of Patrushev and Bolton's contacts? The CEO of the Russian council for the international affairs Andrey Kortunov:andrey Kortunov the CEO of the Russian council for the international affairs "Comments it is possible to assume, of course, that the United States didn't want to create an additional adverse background on the eve of Bolton and Patrushev's meeting. At the same time it is necessary to consider character of these sanctions: strictly speaking, in the Russian-American trade and economic relations these sanctions change nothing basic. Simply earlier the question of electronics of dual purpose was considered in each separate case. It is necessary to tell that in most cases the issue was resolved not in favor of permission to deliveries of such products, now it is solved in the automatic mode. It seems to me that the fact that it is entered
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