Putin regrets deteriorating US-Russia ties, blames 'anti-Russia hysteria'

Putin regrets deteriorating US-Russia ties, blames 'anti-Russia hysteria'

Putin regrets deteriorating US-Russia ties, blames 'anti-Russia hysteria'

The rare bipartisan vote in the House overwhelmingly passed a set of measures meant to punish Russian Federation after the USA intelligence community concluded Moscow tried to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.

Savonlinna: President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday Russia would be forced to retaliate at some point if Washington pressed ahead with new sanctions against Moscow, but said his response would depend on the final text of the proposed law.

On his part, Sauli Niinisto said he did not quite share the view that it was an attempt to validate USA laws outside the country, but said the issue was alleged attempt to influence the US elections.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, will meet his Finnish counterpart Sauli Niinisto on July 27.

Akhilesh accuses BJP of 'political corruption' as SP MLCs quit
He further said, "More people may resign from the party soon". "I am feeling very suffocated since last one-year". Alleging a conspiracy, Akhilesh accused the BJP of indulging in political corruption from "Bihar to UP".

Russian President Vladimir Putin has deplored a new round of U.S. sanctions on his country، saying Moscow will definitively respond to the embargos if they are implemented، according to PressTV.

The Russian strongman criticised the probe into Russian meddling in the USA presidential election, saying that he "does not see this as an investigation". Officials in Moscow say new United States bans on Russian Federation would harm the interests of both nations.

"What we are seeing (in the US) is merely anti-Russia hysteria", Putin said, in response to a question from CNN about the state of the relationship in light of the investigation in the US Congress into allegations of Russian election meddling and possible tightening of sanctions.

Elsewhere in his remarks، Putin said warmer ties between Washington and Moscow would help the two sides achieve better results in the "fight with terrorism،" adding that if the two act in agreement، they "could solve very acute problems much more effectively".

Related news