In addition to Ministers Shoigu and Reshetnikov, Deputy Prime Minister Grigorenko, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, editor-in-chief of state radio RT Margarita Simonyan, head of the Presidential Administration Anton Vagno and Well. Well-known Kremlin defender Vladimir Solovyov is also on the sanctions list.
The so-called Saint Petersburg-based Internet Research Agency, which is known as the Kremlin-linked trolley factory and is spreading misinformation, was also mentioned. Likewise, senior military and businessmen are part of the list. There is also the Russian State Bank Promsvjasbank and Rossija Bank.
In addition, the Russian state’s access to the EU’s financial markets will be restricted and the EU’s trade with the two regions will be restricted.
The assets of any person or entity on the EU sanctions list will be frozen. In addition, the people on the list are no longer allowed to enter the European Union and no further business can be done with those affected. Despite being responsible for the recent escalation in the Ukraine conflict, the EU initially did not impose any EU sanctions against Russian President Vladimir Putin. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said the decision was taken because more precautions were needed.
According to the European Union, punitive measures are now being applied against 555 people and 52 organizations for violating the territorial integrity of Ukraine.
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