Under the U.S. sanctions against Russia were still fifteen hundred Russians and companies

Под американские санкции против РФ попали еще полторы сотни россиян и компаний

Под американские санкции против РФ попали еще полторы сотни россиян и компаний

The United States has increased anti-Russian sanctions imposed in connection with the aggression of Russia in the Azov sea.

In the sanctions list includes Deputy head of the Border service of FSB of the Russian Federation Gennady Medvedev, head of the border Department of the FSB of the Crimea rear Admiral Sergei Stankevich, head of one of the border control the captain of the first rank Ruslan Romashkin and Deputy chief of the border control the captain of the first rank Andrey Shein. Also the list includes the so-called Deputy Chairman of the CEC “DNR” Naidenko Aleksey and “Secretary of the CEC of DNR” Vladimir Vysotsky.

Also, the US imposed restrictions against Russian companies “Concern “Oceanpribor”, “Plant “Fiolent”, “Sudokompozit”, “New projects”, “Console-Stroy”, “Star”, “Yaroslavsky shipyard” and “Zelenodolsk plant named after Gorky”.

Recall, the US imposed sanctions against Russian citizens and Russian companies for the attack Ukrainian ships and capture sailors approach to the sea of Azov and the Russian aggression. The U.S. Treasury has published a list of entities. 15 March, the European Union imposed sanctions against eight Russian citizens involved in the conflict, which occurred in the Black sea. In the list of Russian military and border guards, in particular, the commander of the southern military district Alexander Janitors and head of the border Department of the FSB in the Crimea and Sevastopol rear Admiral Sergei Stankevich.

Earlier, the President of the United States Donald trump for a year extended sanctions against Russia for the occupation of the Ukrainian Peninsula of Crimea, undermining democratic values and territorial integrity of Ukraine.

The total damage to the Russian economy from sanctions has reached more than $ 6 billion, from the Ukrainian sanctions — about $775 million.

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