They will be focused on public debt and the financial system of Russia.

The U.S. Senate will consider the bill on sanctions against Russia at a meeting for business on December 18. The new limits are scheduled to enter because of Moscow’s interference in the democratic processes abroad, as well as for its aggression against Ukraine, reports “Radio Freedom”.

Consideration of the law “About American security from the aggression of the Kremlin” (Defending American Security from Kremlin Aggression Act) is scheduled in the schedule of the international relations Committee of the Senate. Earlier Republican Senator Lindsey Graham called this document “the sanctions of hell.”

Sanctions are aimed at Russia’s national debt, the banks that support the Kremlin’s attempts to undermine democratic institutions in other countries, Russian projects associated with the sale of liquefied natural gas abroad, as well as against individuals close to President Putin.

The document also provides for the establishment of an Office of cyberspace and digital economy in the structure of the State Department. The bill needs to consider the entire composition of the Senate and house of representatives before it goes to the President for signature Donald Trump.