America president, Joe Bidenhas announced the implementation of new and “Heavy” sanctions against the Russian invasion UkraineAssuming that while they won’t have an immediate impact in the current war scenario, they will eventually turn Russia’s president, Vladimir Putinin a “Untouchables” on the global stage.
Biden appeared before the media after hours of engagement with partner countries; also with Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelenski.he did it in response Russia launches military offensive On Ukrainian territory, the final escalation of the conflict has yet to be determined.
The President of the United States has pointed out condition join in For weeks, he had been warning of what could happen — “we have been transparent,” he said — in the face of a “political drama” by the Russian group that included repeated denials of any possible risk of an invasion.
Biden not planning to talk to Putin In the short term, it was pointed out that the Russian leader was “more ambitious than UkraineIn fact, he longed to “restore the Soviet Union.” “These ambitions are the exact opposite of the rest of the world,” he declared.
“Putin is an aggressor, Putin He chose this war, and now he and his country must face the consequences,” Biden said, citing his desire for Russia to be “weaker” and the world to be “stronger and stronger.”
In this sense, he assured that under the current circumstances, Russia “blatantly violated correct Internationaland had no choice but to react. Bean added that the U.S. was “not alone,” and he also sent a message of solidarity to the other side. Ocean Atlantic.
Biden announces sanctions on big Russian banks, including savings bank And VTB Bank, penalties for the high-tech sector and new export restrictions will take a “serious cost” to the Russian economy. “We will limit Russia’s ability to do business in dollars, euros, pounds and yen,” he said.
The U.S. package does not restrict Russia’s access to the mechanism for now fast, which is good for financial transactions. Biden assured “it’s always an option” but that there would be “more consequences” from the new sanctions anyway.