WASHINGTON – The Trumpet administration is the imposition of sanctions on 19 Russians for the alleged interference in the 2016 U.S. elections, including 13 indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller.
The sanctions also include the first application of the new powers which the Congress last year to punish Moscow for the election of the intervention. These objectives are by officials of the Russian military intelligence, GRU.
The Ministry of finance says the GRU and the Russian military both intervened in the American elections, and were “directly responsible” for the NotPetya cyber attack that affected companies in the whole of Europe in June 2017.
These are included in the Müller-elektronik gmbh & indictment are Yevgeny Prigozhin, who has become known as the chef to the Russian President Vladimir Putin. The administration is also focused on the Internet-research firm that Mueller says orchestrated many of the cybermeddling in the presidential elections.