Russia furious over America, now 10 US diplomats will be taken out of the country
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that we will respond against America in a 'tit for tat' way. We will ask 10 American diplomats living in Russia to leave the country.
Russia has started responding to the withdrawal of its diplomats by the US. Moscow has said that it will expel 10 US diplomats out of the country in response to the new US sanctions. Also, other counter-measures will be taken against Washington. Recently, the US also expelled 10 Russian diplomats from the country, alleging interference in the presidential election and hacking. In addition, economic sanctions were imposed on many Russian companies.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that Moscow would include eight US officials in its banned list. In addition, the US will take steps to restrict and prevent the activities of non-governmental organizations from interfering in Russia's politics. Significantly, on Thursday, the US announced new sanctions on Russia. Also, 10 Russian diplomats were shown the way out of the country. Washington attributed the Kremlin's interference and cyberattack to the US election.
America will respond in a 'like Ko Tit' way: Lavrov
Lavrov said that we will respond against the US in a 'tit-for-tat' manner. We will ask 10 American diplomats living in Russia to leave the country. He said that the Kremlin has suggested to the US Ambassador to Moscow, John Sullivan, that he should return to the US, following the path of his Russian counterpart. At the same time, Moscow has also refused to admit the American embassy to the people of Russia and a person from a third country to the embassy. Russia says that only Russian people are recruited in their American embassy, so it will be the same here.
Russia refused to interfere in the election
Let us know that US President Joe Biden has signed a new government order imposing strong sanctions against Russia. America argues that it is taking action on Russia's activities against its sovereignty and interests. The United States has taken action to hold Russia accountable for interfering in the presidential election last year and for breaching federal agencies. However, Russia has been dismissive of the allegations against it.