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Ukraine "hit" Russian energy companies: Zelenskyi signed decrees on sanctions

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Zelenskyi signs decrees on sanctions against Russia
Zelenskyi signs decrees on sanctions against Russia

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi has imposed sanctions on more than 300 legal entities and nearly 150 individuals from Russia and other countries. In particular, a number of energy companies were subject to restrictions.

The sanctions were introduced by two decrees of November 23. In particular, No. 772 and No. 773.

These documents put into effect the relevant decisions of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC). The documents come into force from the date of publication.

"This is a synchronization with our partners - with regard to those who directly work for or assist Russian aggression. These are also sanctions against the terrorist state actors involved in critical infrastructure. Each name, each company name is a specific guilt for the fact that Russian terror continues," Zelenskyy commented on the introduction of the restrictions.

Who is subject to the restrictions

According to Decree No. 773, five-year sanctions are imposed on a number of Russian energy companies. In particular:

  • "Vologda Regional Energy Company;
  • "Omskelectro;
  • "Russian networks Lenenergo;
  • "Far Eastern Energy Management Company - Generation Grids.

Also on the list are Moscow Power Directorate, Salekhardenergo, Loeskerelektricheskie Nets St. Petersburg and Leningrad Oblast, Volgogradoblelektro, Moscow Regional Power Grid Company, Rosseti Kuban and others.

In addition, sanctions were imposed on the so-called "DPR"'s O.F. Zasyadko Mine. As well as Soyuzenergoindustriya, Soyuzenergoproekt and others.

The same decree imposes sanctions for 10 years against 87 individuals. Among them:

  • Anatolii Chubais, former head of the Russian presidential administration;
  • Commander of the Air Defense and Missile Defense Forces - Deputy Chief of the Russian Aerospace Forces Andrii Domin;
  • Chairman of the Accounts Chamber and former Minister of Finance Oleksii Kudrin;
  • father, wife and son of Ukrainian collaborator Yevhen Balytskyi

Decree No. 772 imposes 10-year sanctions on citizens of Russia, Cyprus, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, and Belarus. In particular, the list includes:

  • former Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Volodymyr Sivkovych, who is currently in Russia;
  • Leonid Kharchenko, accused of the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17;
  • top managers of the USM group of companies of the Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov and others.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, at the same time, the United Kingdom lifted sanctions against the former top manager of one of the largest Russian banks, Otkritie, Sergey Stognienko. Thus, he is no longer subject to restrictions, and his assets are not subject to blocking.

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