USA ease sanctions Secret Service Russia

USA ease sanctions Secret Service Russia

World February 2, 2017 18:09

washington - The US Treasury Department on Thursday sanctions illuminated against the Russian intelligence service FSB. The sanctions imposed by President Obama last year after allegations that Moscow had attempted cyber attacks to influence US elections.

The Ministry limited transactions with the FSB is now revert required for US companies in Russia to bring over information technology products. How far will the exceptions to the sanctions is still unclear. The ministry gives more general licenses as of Thursday off to help US companies overcome business unintended impact of sanctions.

US intelligence officials accused Russian secret services of having hacked bodies of the Democratic Party during the campaign to bring presidential candidate Hillary Clinton into disrepute. Obama said in December sanctions against two Russian services. Also ordered the expulsion of 35 suspected Russian spies. The current President Trump wants better relations with Russian President Putin.

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