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"The legislation would target the Russian energy sector, which is controlled by Vladimir Putin's cronies, with sanctions on investments in Russian petroleum and natural gas development as well as Russian energy pipelines", he added.
"What we are seeing (in the US) is merely anti-Russia hysteria", Putin said, in response to a question from CNN about the state of the relationship in light of the investigation in the US Congress into allegations of Russian election meddling and the possible tightening of US sanctions.
The Senate passed the bill, 98-2, two days after the House pushed the measure through by an overwhelming margin, 419-3.
Republicans and Democrats have pushed for more sanctions partly as a response to conclusions by US intelligence agencies that the Kremlin interfered in the election.
In addition, the Kremlin reduced the number of diplomats allowed in Russian Federation to the number Moscow has in the United States.
Russian Federation said it reserved the right to take further measures if the US retaliates.
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Besides angering Moscow, the proposed legislation has upset the European Union, which has said the new sanctions might affect its energy security and prompt it to act, too.
The sanctions bill "will heighten sanctions against individuals from Iran, North Korea, and Russian Federation who are involved in these destabilizing and hostile actions", he wrote. But White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci suggested Trump in fact wanted stronger sanctions. He will be under pressure to sign it after weeks of intense negotiations. "I believe that Putin still believes there might be something he can do with Trump".
A US sanctions bill on Russia, Iran, and North Korea is a "malicious step", Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday.
Trump can impose new sanctions at any time through an executive order. If Trump rejected the bill, Corker said, Congress would overrule him.
The two countries acting in agreement "could solve very acute problems much more effectively that concern the people both of Russian Federation and the US", Putin said, specifying the "settlement of acute global crises (and) the fight with terrorism". If the bill obtains enough bipartisan support among lawmakers, however, Congress would be able to override a veto.
Putin said on a visit to Finland on Thursday that Russian Federation was "exercising restraint and patience, but at some moment we'll have to retaliate. It's impossible to endlessly tolerate this boorishness towards our country", Mr. Putin told a joint news conference with his Finnish counterpart, according to the Reuters news agency.
On July 14, Moscow warned that it was running out of patience in light of the stalemate that followed the closure of two Russian diplomatic compounds in the U.S., and mentioned possible retaliatory measures including the expulsion of diplomats.
"This practice is unacceptable - it destroys internatioanl relations and global law", Putin said of sanctions.