The US Government


Abramovich, Prokhorov and Vekselberg told all the american prosecutors


The US authorities questioned about at least two Russian oligarchs interfering in the American elections. According to Flightradar, in March, planes of Roman Abramovich, Viktor Vekselberg and Mikhail Prokhorov were boarding in New York.

American investigators questioned Russian oligarchs


The team of special prosecutor Robert Mueller on the "Russian case" interrogated at least two Russian oligarchs. This was reported by CNN referring to anonymous sources close to the investigation.

Severstal filed a lawsuit against the US government


The company challenges the introduction of duties on steel.

ExxonMobil will cease cooperation with Rosneft due to sanctions


The largest oil and gas corporation of the USA because of the anti-Russian sanctions intends to withdraw from the general projects with Rosneft in search of new hydrocarbon deposits. ExxonMobil said it would result in losses amounting to $ 200 million.

Sechin's expansion: why Trump wants to prevent Rosneft from gaining control over Citgo


Washington is preparing for the possible Rosneft's control over the Venezuelan Citgo, which processes 5% of all US crude oil.

ExxonMobil won't help Rosneft


The US administration has recalled that sanctions against Rosneft should be applied to all US companies.

Hitting the inner circle: how Putin's friends suffered from sanctions


On March 20, 2014 the US government first imposed personal sanctions against Russian businessmen and top managers of state-owned companies from the Russian President Vladimir Putin's entourage.

US marked out Assad's resign on March 2017


The White House does not expect the removal of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from power before March 2017. This is stated in an internal document prepared for the US officials involved in the Syrian issue.