After oligarchy RussianImmediate family. Europeans Permission was granted for two daughters this Friday Vladimir PutinMore than 200 people, including several oligarchs close to the Russian president and pro-Kremlin media bosses, have now been added to the EU’s blacklist.
Already targeted by Washington and London, the daughters of Maria Vorontsova and Katrina Dikonova, born in 1985 and 1986, respectively, are the daughters of Vladimir Putin and Lyotmila Putina, who were divorced in 2013 by the Russian president.
Like the 217 individuals and 18 companies included in this list, published in the official journal of the European Union, they have been barred from entering the EU and their assets have been frozen there.
Fifth round obstacles
The official newspaper notes that senior Maria Vorontsova is targeting her role in Nomenkov, a large investment project company in the health sector, which provides the Russian government with “substantial sources of income”. His sister, Katrina Dikonova, runs the Support Fund for Young Scientists, created by the Russian President’s “Members of the Inner Circle of Oligors” organizations, according to the same source.
These fifth sanctions impose economic measures, especially the ban on Russian coal from August and the closure of European ports for ships flying the Russian flag. The purchase of coal by the EU represents eight billion euros a year, far less than the purchase of gas and oil.
This was decided after the withdrawal of Russian troops last weekend after the bodies of dozens of civilians were found in Bautista, near Q. The films caused worldwide shock and accusations of “war crimes” against Moscow.
Pro-Russian media are also allowed
The European list includes businessmen close to Putin, including Oleg Deribaska, Boris and Igor Rottenberg, and the brother and son of billionaire Arcady Rottenberg, the owner of the first Russian bank, Sberbank. A threat to the territorial integrity of Ukraine “, underscores the EU.
Twenty-seven permits have been issued to pro-Kremlin media executives, including Dos Agency directors Sergei Mikhailov or Vladimir Putin, whom Vladimir Putin described as “his favorite newspaper.” .
Members of all governments and assemblies (179) of the pro-Russian republics of Luhansk and Donetsk were included. Four banks – VTB, the second Russian firm, Bank Otkritie, Novikombank (a subsidiary of Rostec), Sovcombank – 23% of the Russian banking market, have their assets frozen. They have already been excluded from the Swift International Financial System.
Among the targeted companies, the EU has also listed a company owned by Oleg Deripaska, which manufactures waterfall vehicles for the military. The list, created in 2014 after the annexation of Crimea, now contains the names of 1,091 people and 80 companies.
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