The US Deputy Secretary of State, Victoria Nuland, reported the financial consequences of the Russian aggression.
– What we are talking about, in fact, would be a complete isolation of Russia from the global financial system with all the consequences that this would entail for Russian business and the people of Russia and their opportunities for work, travel and trade. – She said at the meeting of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the US Senate.
– Frankly, it is difficult to understand why Russia is carrying out a military operation while its citizens are suffering from the Corona virus, rather than rebuilding their country. Noland has been added.
Committee Chairman Bob Mendes also spoke of the painful consequences for Russia of a possible aggression against Ukraine, who stated that “The Russian invasion will lead to unprecedented and devastating economic sanctions.”
– The Russian banking sector will be destroyed. Sovereign debt will be banned. Russia will be separated from the SWIFT payment system and currency exchange. Sector sanctions will cripple the Russian economy – to caution.
This was announced by Russian Presidential Assistant Yuri Ushakov During a conversation between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden There was no doubt about such punishments at all.
– The US President spoke about possible sanctions, and our president spoke about what the Russian side needs, that sanctions are not new, they have been adopted for a long time, but unfortunately they do not have a positive effect either on the United States or Russia. – He said.
On the other hand Senator Vladimir Jabarov, First Deputy Chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Federation Council, mocked the US threat to separate Russia from the Swift regime in a conversation with Russia’s TASS agency.
– When it comes to breaking up with SWIFT, it’s an absolute fantasy. The world economy and the global payment system will not stand still, because Russia is a huge country and a great partner for many other countries. I cannot imagine how Germany, for example, in suitcases and suitcases, will transfer money to Russia for the gas that is saved. How to pay? In cash or through banks Jabarov sneered.
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