About it reports The Washington Post.
US President, Donald trump has decided to postpone the introduction against Russia of new sanctions related to the situation in Syria, writes The Washington Post, citing multiple sources. Earlier the U.S. permanent representative to the UN, Nikki Haley said that the sanctions will be announced April 16.
According to The Washington Post, April 15, during a meeting with his advisers on national security trump expressed dissatisfaction with the statement Haley and stated that he is not ready to impose new sanctions. He is unlikely to approve them, while you will not have a new excuse on the part of Russia, the publication said several sources in the presidential administration.
Team trump decided to distance himself from the statements of Hailey, writes The Washington Post. Press Secretary of the White house Sarah Sanders April 16, confirmed that the authorities can make a decision about sanctions in the near future, but did not name specific dates.
According to one of interlocutors of the edition, announcing the sanctions, Haley jumped the gun and made a mistake. According to others, she could simply incorrectly expressed.