Spain shares the concern over the consequences that new US sanctions may have for the European Union. This was reported to TASS on Thursday at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the country.
“Spain does not assess the decisions taken by other countries,” the Foreign Ministry said, “However, we share the concern of the European Commission over the consequences of the new sanctions, the consequences they may have for the EU economy.” “We need to study more thoroughly together with our partners in the European Union the content of these unilateral American measures,” concluded the Foreign Ministry.
On Wednesday it was reported that US President Donald Trump signed a bill toughening the US sanctions regime against Russia, Iran and the DPRK. Later Trump criticized the law he signed, calling it flawed, and a number of articles included in it – unconstitutional.