Russian Federation orders U.S. to remove 755 embassy, consulate employees

Transgender U.S. army captain Jennifer Sims during an interview with The Associated Press last week Julie Watson & Christoph Noelting Beratzhausen

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"I decided it's time for us to show we do not intend to leave USA actions unanswered", Putin said on Russian state television Sunday. "We will ... retaliate", he said.

"We waited for a rather long time, thinking that things might improve, nourished the hope that the situation would change somehow", Putin said in an interview with state television broadcast Sunday. "But it appears that even if it changes someday it will not change soon", Putin said.

Moscow, July 31 (IBNS): in a major move, Russian President Vladimir Putin has directed that staff at United States diplomatic missions in Russia will be reduced, media reports said.

Earlier this week, the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate overwhelmingly approved the bill that will slap tougher sanctions on Russia, Iran and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).

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If these threats were meant to dissuade President Trump from signing the new sanctions into law, Trump never really had that option to begin with.

In December, the then U.S. president Barack Obama ordered out 35 Russian diplomats and closed down two embassy summer houses that Washington said were being used by Moscow for espionage. Available on Android and IOS.

It is important for Washington to show political will and discard attempts of sanctions diktat for the sake of improving relations between Russian Federation and the United States, the Kremlin said Monday.

Putin delayed retaliating to sanctions imposed at the end of Barack Obama's presidency in 2016, when the U.S. expelled 35 Russian diplomats from the country and seized two compounds used by Russian missions.

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"If the USA side decides to move further towards.deterioration, we will answer", he said. "We will retaliate. But my whole point is, don't do this, it is to the detriment of the interests of the USA". But at some point, we will have to respond. On Friday, after a week of mixed signals as to whether or not Trump would veto the bill, the White House announced the president would indeed sign the legislation.

This situation is quite interesting especially in the wake of the Trump-Russia saga.

Congressional, FBI and Department of Justice investigators are all examining whether Trump or members of his campaign team colluded with Russian agents to maximize the alleged operation's impact.

The bill underwent revisions to address concerns voiced by American oil and natural gas companies that sanctions specific to Russia's energy sector could backfire on them to Moscow's benefit.

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