So it was announced by the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, in emotional response to a new U.S. law that imposes sanctions on Russian officials suspected of human rights violations.
The outraged president during a lengthy press conference held in Moscow, defended a bill that would prohibit Americans from adopting Russian children.
The Russian bill is named Dima Yakovlev, Russian child died in 2008 due to the neglect of an American couple who left Dima several hours locked down in a very hot day.
Putin argues that many courts in the U.S. found the couple innocent and did not punish their neglection. He also criticized the fact that Russian judges were banned from participating in the case.