The United States has allowed Russia to hack and interfere in the electoral process. The White House said in a statement on Thursday that it would “impose sanctions on Russia for its cyber attacks on the United States and its allies, for interfering in the electoral process, for suppressing journalists and for violating other countries’ borders.”
- The United States has accused Russia of interfering in the US election process and cyber-attacks on the United States and its allies.
- White House accuses Russia of international corruption, repression of journalists and violation of regional integrity of other countries
“United States They want a stable and predictable relationship Russia. We don’t think the negative path should continue. The Biden administration clarified, “We read in a statement from the White House on Thursday.
U.S. officials have also said they want to protect their national interests. “We will charge for the actions of the Russian government aimed at harming us,” the statement said.
US imposes sanctions on Russia 10 ambassadors were expelled from the country
The White House announced Thursday that he is the president of the United States Joe Biden The United States has signed an executive order imposing additional sanctions on Russia over its involvement in the election and hacking attacks. The United States has banned US financial institutions from trading in Russian bonds and has named six companies as partners in Russian services in hacking attacks.
In addition, workers imposed sanctions against 32 people involved in attempts to interfere in the 2020 US election. It was also decided to expel 10 Russian ambassadors suspected of spying.