Trump action plan of the sanction for the crisis of syria

 Trump action plan of the sanction for the crisis of syria

The United States imposed its toughest sanctions on Syria, targeting President Bashar al-Assad in a bid to ban UN-led talks and cut off government revenue to end the country.
In the latest round of sanctions on Syria, 39 companies and individuals have been fined, including Assad and his wife Asma, who, along with their families.
New travel bans and financial sanctions are being imposed on Assad at a time when Syrian leaders are facing a deep economic crisis after a decade of war and an unusual outbreak of protests in government-controlled areas.
Syria had been already under sanctions of the European Union and the United States.
It also targeted those who are dealing with Iran.
Syria's already trouble economy deteriorated and prices have soared.
Experts say that it will be a source of a blow to a nation where 80pc of people are already live in poverty.
President Bashar al-Assad’s calling them a kind of terrorism imposed on Syria and it is a violation of international law and norms.
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Why is the US sanctioning Syria?

The United States wanted to push and pressure the Asad regime to stop the war against the Syrian people. Pompeo said the goal was to force Assad into accepting Security Council Resolution 2254 of 2015 which demands a ceasefire and political transition.
The Washington conditions to remove the sanction is to meaningful accountability of war crimes, free political detainee, and the safe return of refugees.
The main objective is to achieve a political settlement.

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