The European Union officially introduced another set of sanctions against Russia
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On Thursday, July 21, the European Union introduced another package of restrictive measures against Russia, follows from a publication in the Official Journal of the EU.
The new package of sanctions, in accordance with previously agreed measures, provides “on the direct and indirect import, purchase or transfer of gold, which is the most significant item of Russian export after energy resources.”
The sanctions included Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, actors Sergei Bezrukov and Vladimir Mashkov. The EU sanctions list mentions the son of the head of Rostec Sergei Chemezov Stanislav, Deputy Prime Minister Andrey Belousov, leader of the Night Wolves biker club; Alexander Zaldostanov, Permanent Representative of the President in the North Caucasus Federal District Yuri Chaika, Kemerovo Governor Sergei Tsivilev, Deputy of the Kemerovo Legislative Assembly Roman Govor (son of Alexander Govor, who bought the McDonald's business in Russia), State Duma Deputy Adam Delimkhanov, a number of regional leaders, members of the military-civilian administrations in territories of Ukraine controlled by Russian forces, a number of leaders of the National Guard.
The new sanctions list lists a total of 48 names.
Among the legal entities under sanctions were the Night Wolves club, the Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Foundation, Rossotrudnichestvo, the Russkiy Mir Foundation, NPO Kvant, Sberbank, Yunarmiya. — 9 companies and organizations in total.
Earlier, The Wall Street Journal reported that the European Union “at the last minute” refused to impose sanctions against the Russian metallurgical enterprise VSMPO-Avisma, the world's largest titanium producer.
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Brussels blocked the initiative after it was not supported by France and other countries due to fears that Russia would retaliate by banning titanium exports to the EU. “VSMPO-Avisma” is an important supplier for the Airbus aircraft manufacturer, which previously called on the EU to refrain from a ban on titanium imports from Russia, the newspaper notes.
In total, the Russian EU sanctions list adopted due to the situation in Ukraine includes as of On July 21, 1229 individuals, as well as 110 companies and organizations.
On July 18, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto announced that a new package of sanctions had already been agreed. He noted that the new package did not affect energy supplies and Gazprombank. At the end of March, Russia demanded from buyers from “unfriendly countries” switch to a new scheme of payments for gas in rubles through Gazprombank.
The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said that with new sanctions, “the European Union continues to drive itself into a dead end with enviable persistence.” According to her, EU restrictions are becoming more and more destructive for “various segments of the global economy and security, including EU member states.”
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