US President Joe Biden has decided to extend the state of emergency.

According to a White House statement, Biden told Congress that he would extend the April 15, 2021 “national emergency” presidential decree declared in Russia as the United States continues to pose a threat to its national security, foreign policy, and economy. . . .

President Biden said Russia’s efforts to undermine free and fair elections and democratic institutions, especially in the US and its allies, malicious cyber activity, promoting international corruption, and targeting dissidents and journalists undermine security in countries and regions important to US national security. He continued to pose an “extraordinary and extraordinary” threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States for reasons such as “violation of the principles of international law, including failure to respect the territorial integrity of states.”

For that reason, Biden noted that the state of emergency, which expires on April 15, 2023, should remain in place beyond that date.


Biden also decided to extend the state of emergency in the country from Somalia.

Noting that continued instability and the threat of terrorism in Somalia continue to pose a threat to U.S. national security and foreign policy, Biden said the Somali state of emergency declared on April 12, 2010 should also be extended.

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