On July 30, in Tallinn (Estonia), US Vice President Mike Pence, during a meeting with the press, said that Russia's support for the rogue regimes, Russia's destabilizing activities and Russia's actions in Ukraine is unacceptable, Washington post reports.
"The President made it clear that Russia’s destabilizing activities, its support for rogue regimes, its activities in Ukraine, are unacceptable," Pence said, referring to the recently adopted US law on sanctions against the Russian Federation.
The US Vice-President went on saying that America expects changes in Russia's behavior.
"The president and I remain very hopeful that we’ll see different behavior by the Russian government, with regard to Ukraine, with regard to supporting rogue regimes in Iran and North Korea," the US Vice-President noted.
“Our message to the Baltic States, my message when we visit Georgia and Montenegro will be the same. To our allies here in Eastern Europe: We are with you, we stand with you on behalf of freedom and it's a great honor for me to be here,” the US Vice-President said according to Voice of America.
Earlier QHA reported that US President Donald Trump could veto the Russian sanctions bill, but only to make it more stringent. It is further reported that Trump is most likely to sign a new law on sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea.