US President Donald J Trump signed the new sanctions that are to be imposed on Russia, Iran and North Korea as a punishment for the multiple transgressions that are made mention of in the Congress bill.
The signature put on the new by the US President means that Donald Trump does not intend to make any effort the moderate the bill’s rules which would be possible in some cases.
The bill was reacted by all the three sides (Russia, Iran and North Korea) involved through the sanctions.
North Korea’s response, was to reinforce and show off its military advancements and nuclear threat.
The feedback on the side of Iran was of a more diplomatic sense. Iranian official considered the new sanction a violation of JCPOA, a nuclear deal agreed between Iran and the six powers.
Russia seems more convoluted to be compressed in a single paragraph. Russia’s relation with America under Trump administration has had multiple ups and downs through the former seven months.
However, Moscow put an end to the mission of 755 American diplomats in Russia cutting the number of Embassy staff to around 450. This measure, as claimed, was taken to reach an equity between the diplomats of the two countries.
Trump claimed to have signed the bill “for the sake of national unity.” He, nevertheless, might have ignored the international unity that might be instigated out of the unilateral bill of US against his country.