US President Donald Trump has signed new sanctions on Russia. As a result, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has blamed him for pursuing a 'full-scale trade war' against Moscow

He said in a Facebook post that the measures taken by Donald Trump show how feeble he is. From 2008-2012 Medvedev filled in as Russian president before Vladimir Putin took over the position

The new sanction was passed following the allegations by the US intelligence community that Russia meddled in the US election to help Trump. Right now Congress and an investigator are researching the matter.

President Trump has time and time again rejected any affirmations that his campaign staff connived with Russia to enable him to win.

The sanctions come months after previous US President Barack Obama removed 35 Russian ambassadors.The Russian Foreign Ministry has cautioned of conceivable new revengeful measures.

Details of new sanction bill

On Wednesday, U.S. President Donald Trump reluctantly signed the new sanctions against Russia. This came as the closure of the proposed desires for better ties between the Trump organization and Russia. Trump has over and again said he needs to enhance relations with Russia. Congress had overwhelmingly affirmed the enactment a week ago.

  • The law expects to penalize Russia for its activities in Ukraine along with it's affirmed interfering in the 2016 US decisions.
  • The bill also restricts the amount of cash Americans can put resources into Russian energy tasks.
  • As well as it makes it more troublesome for US organizations to work with Russia.
  • Iran and North Korea are additionally imposed with the sanctions.
  • The sanctions are additionally in light of Russia's extension of Crimea.

Responses on the Sanctions

  • Mr. Trump blamed Congress for exceeding on the enactment. He said he could make "much better arrangements" with governments than Congress can.
  • Mr. Medvedev said, "The desire for enhancing the relations with the better and brighter US organization has presently come to an end."
  • Republican Lindsey Graham lauded the new bill after it was passed. He remarked that “ Trump's alternatives were constrained. As there were sufficient votes to conquer a presidential veto.”
  • Konstantin Kosachev, senior Russian parliamentarian, said that Trump was "ceding" by not facing Congress.
  • According to the semi-official ISNA news office report, Iran commented that the new sanctions disregarded the nuclear arrangement and it would react in a "proper and corresponding" way.
  • So far made no public remarks on the US move has been made by North Korea.