Today: Wednesday, 24 April 2024 year

The US Treasury will inform Turkey and the UAE about the consequences of doing business with Russia.

The US Treasury will inform Turkey and the UAE about the consequences of doing business with Russia.

US Deputy Treasury Secretary Brian Nelson will travel next week to Turkey and the Middle East, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), to negotiate Russia’s circumvention of Western sanctions against it, a US Treasury spokesman said.

A senior U.S. Treasury official in charge of sanctions will travel to Turkey and the Middle East next week to warn countries and companies that they could lose access to the U.S. market if they do business with businesses and entities under U.S. restrictions.

It is noted that Nelson’s trip is planned as part of Washington’s efforts to limit the circumvention of the Russian Federation imposed sanctions against the country and will take place from January 29 to February 3, 2023. In addition to Turkey and the UAE, the Deputy Minister will also visit Oman.

Moreover, in Turkey, on February 2-3, the official is scheduled to hold talks in Ankara and Istanbul.

In addition to the Russian agenda, Nelson plans to discuss Iran’s actions in the region, “illegal financial threats that undermine economic growth” and foreign investment.