Putin’s envoy responded to bill US on the inspection ports of Russia

Plenipotentiary representative of Russian President in far Eastern Federal district and Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Trutnev said that Russia itself can control, like compliance with international obligations. Thus Trutnev said the contents of the bill, States on the strengthening of sanctions against the DPRK, which involves the inspection of foreign ports for compliance with the sanctions regime.

“We have enough bodies and control authorities that control fulfillment of all international obligations assumed by Russia”, — quotes “Interfax” of a word Trutnev.

Putin’s envoy added that “the United States of America the United States of America.”

The document, which says Trutnev, was passed by the house of representatives of the U.S. Congress may 4. It concerns the strengthening of sanctions against the DPRK in response to its missile tests, and also gives U.S. customs the right of inspection of cargoes from the ports of violating the sanctions regime. Also, if the document is adopted, the President of the United States will be required to report to Congress on ports that do not comply with the measures against the DPRK. The document also contains a provision authorizing the President to “take special control” the Russian ports (Vladivostok, Nakhodka, Vanino) and other countries (in particular, the Syrian Tartus).

This initiative was responded to by the head of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Konstantin Kosachev. “The implementation [of the bill] provides for the power scenario with a forced inspection of the American warships all ships. This kind of power scenario boggles the mind, because it is a Declaration of war,” he said. According to the Senator, Washington has no authority in any way to control the execution of the resolutions of the UN Security Council.

In addition to Russia, the draft law refers to the ports of Syria and China, as well as the airport. Imam Khomeini in Iran. In addition, if the document is adopted, the White house has 90 days to decide whether to accept Pyongyang as a sponsor of terrorism.