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Vladimir Putin Strikes Back: Russia Orders US Diplomats Out of Country in response to Sanctions

Russian President Vladimir Putin isn’t too happy with American President Donald Trump.

Russia hasn’t taken too kindly to America placing new sanctions on the former Soviet Union for “allegedly” interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

So, in response, the KGB responded in kind.

The Russian Foreign Ministry announced on Friday that not only will the number of U.S. diplomats and consular employees in Russia be cut, the U.S. embassy will lose “access to storage facilities.”

In a strongly-worded statement the Kremlin said the following, in part:

On July 27, the U.S. Congress passed a new bill on tougher anti-Russia sanctions. This measure is further proof of the Unites States’ extremely hostile foreign policy.

Hiding behind its own “exclusiveness”, the United States arrogantly ignores the stances and interests of other countries.

Setting aside the fact that most of the world sees Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea, formerly part of Ukraine, as “extremely hostile foreign policy,” the statement then moved on to “common knowledge”:

It is common knowledge that the Russian Federation has been doing everything in its power to improve bilateral relations, to encourage ties and cooperation with the U.S.

…on the most pressing issues on the international agenda including fighting terrorism, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, illegal drug trafficking, illegal migration, cybercrime, etc.

Our understanding has been that we can only solve these global problems if we work together. We believe the majority of people in the world share this approach.

The statement then ventured into attempts by Russia to “allegedly” interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election:

Meanwhile, the United States is using Russia’s alleged interference in its domestic affairs as an absolutely contrived excuse for its persevering and crude campaigns against Russia.

This activity contradicts the principles of international law, the UN Charter, WTO regulations and, simply, the common standards of civilized international communication.