According to the statement, the list includes US President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and other top officials from that country.
The statement insisted that Washington’s unfriendly actions, which have an impact on the United States as well, will continue being duly rejected.
It noted that Moscow’s response is forced and seeks to make the White House, which is trying to impose a world order based on rules, change its behavior based on new geopolitical realities.
It added that Russia does not seek confrontation and is open to honest and mutually respectful dialogue that separates the US people, whom have always being respected, from the authorities that are fostering anti-Russia sentiments and those who serve them. These are the people on the blacklist.
Over 10,000 economic, commercial and financial sanctions have been enforced against Russia in the past few years, over 7,000 of them after the beginning of the military operation launched by Russia in Ukraine on February 24.