The United States has accused Russia of meddling in the election and imposed sanctions
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States has imposed sanctions on Russia, accusing it of meddling in the election. Russia has said it will respond aggressively to Washington’s sanctions.
The United States has imposed new sanctions on Russia, with President Joe Biden saying Russia should refrain from interfering in his democratic system. Russia will impose more sanctions if it continues to flirt. The United States has imposed sanctions on dozens of Russian diplomats and officials.
The White House says sanctions were imposed on Moscow on the grounds that it interfered in US elections and carried out cyber-attacks. Biden signed an executive order imposing economic sanctions. NATO and the European Union supported the decision.
Russia has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia’s intelligence have been made more than once. A Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman said the United States would respond “aggressively” soon. America has to understand that there is more than one power in the world, the world does not recognize America’s monopoly.