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The imposed anti-Russian sanctions may become redundant. This was stated by US Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Wally Adeyemo, speaking in Congress.

“In the United States alone, we have imposed a thousand sanctions against Russian structures and individuals,” Wally Adeyemo quotes RBC. He noted that Washington is concerned that the restrictive measures introduced against Moscow may become excessive.

Also, the deputy head of the US Treasury said that Russia has increased revenues from the sale of oil since the start of the special operation in Ukraine, which is associated with rising fuel prices. He assured that the United States and allies are discussing possible measures to reduce Moscow’s income.

Earlier, State Secretary of the Union State Dmitry Mezentsev called Western sanctions a “spiral to nowhere.” Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov noted that the West has crossed all the lines of reason. Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev said that he was looking forward to a new package of anti-Russian sanctions.

Because of the forced special operation in Ukraine, Europe and the United States imposed tough sanctions against the Russian Federation, the purpose of which was to undermine the country’s economy. On July 3, the European Union adopted the sixth package of sanctions against Russia, which includes a partial ban on oil imports. However, the restrictions also affected the West. Thus, in the United States, inflation rose to a record high, and Congress blamed the incumbent President Joe Biden for the country’s worst energy crisis in the last 50 years. At the same time, annual inflation in Russia fell to 6.4%.

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The imposed anti-Russian sanctions may become redundant. This was stated by US Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Wally Adeyemo, speaking in Congress. “In the United States alone, we have imposed a thousand sanctions against Russian structures and individuals,” Wally Adeyemo quotes RBC. He noted that Washington is concerned that the restrictive measures introduced against Moscow may become excessive. Also, the deputy head of the US Treasury said that Russia has increased revenues from the sale of oil since the start of the special operation in Ukraine, which is associated with rising fuel prices. He assured that the United States and allies are discussing possible measures to reduce Moscow’s income. Earlier, State Secretary of the Union State Dmitry Mezentsev called Western sanctions a “spiral to nowhere.” Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov noted that the West has crossed all the lines of reason. Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev said that he was looking forward to a new package of anti-Russian sanctions. Because of the forced special operation in Ukraine, Europe and the United States imposed tough sanctions against the Russian Federation, the purpose of which was to undermine the country’s economy. On July 3, the European Union adopted the sixth package of sanctions against Russia, which includes a partial ban on oil imports. However, the restrictions also affected the West. Thus, in the United States, inflation rose to a record high, and Congress blamed the incumbent President Joe Biden for the country’s worst energy crisis in the last 50 years. At the same time, annual inflation in Russia fell to 6.4%.

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