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Ukrainian sanctions against the Russian Federation will touch 26 branches of economy

The law of Ukraine “On sanctions” will be distributed primarily on the 172 individuals who strongly promoted the annexation of the Crimea, the Russian aggression against Ukraine, and 65 legal entities that financed and through which separatist activity was financed. About it said MP of Ukraine, member of the fraction “Batkivshchyna” Andrey Pavlovsky, reports UNN. […]

ukraine russia sanctions The law of Ukraine “On sanctions” will be distributed primarily on the 172 individuals who strongly promoted the annexation of the Crimea, the Russian aggression against Ukraine, and 65 legal entities that financed and through which separatist activity was financed. About it said MP of Ukraine, member of the fraction “Batkivshchyna” Andrey Pavlovsky, reports UNN.

According to him, among 65 legal entities are mainly Russian firms.
“There are firms, including Yanukovych, Kurchenko, and so on”, he added.

The politician also noted that the list of individuals and companies, subject to the sanctions can be extended. And now it already has some of the deputies of the Russian Federation.

“In the future, sanctions will apply to any physical or legal person, which will be noticed in assistance and aiding terrorism and separatism. In this list includes some deputies of the Russian Federation, although I wrote Nalivaychenko an appeal that he forbade entry to all deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, of the Senate, who voted for the introduction of Russian troops on the territory of Ukraine and who voted for the annexation of the Crimea. Need to forbid them entry into Ukraine immediately”, said Andrey Pavlovsky.

The MP said that the sanctions relate to the 26 economic sectors.
“This is an opportunity to close the valve on the gas line, the prohibition to work Russian banks on the territory of Ukraine, the provision of financial services and so forth”, he said.

Earlier, the group “Information resistance” reported that the Russian ruble can be excluded from international financial turnover.

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