Dmitry Medvedev Photo: Alexander Astafyev / RIA Novosti
Russia has imposed sanctions against 322 of Ukrainian citizens and 68 companies, countermeasures aimed at countering unfriendly actions of Kiev against Russian citizens and companies. The corresponding document was signed by Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev in catreg, 1 Nov.
In particular, sanctions are imposed against Alexei Petrovich Poroshenko, born March 6, 1985. These data coincide with the name and date of birth of the eldest son of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. They will also apply to judges of the constitutional court of Ukraine, deputies of the Verkhovna Rada, business leaders, government officials, heads of Executive bodies.
Restrictive measures include the blocking (freezing) of non-cash, book-entry securities and property on the territory of Russia, and a ban on the transfer of funds (capital flight) outside of Russia, the document says.
However, they can be canceled if Ukraine will refuse the anti-Russian sanctions, noted in a press-service of the Cabinet of Ministers.
The new sanctions came in fulfillment of the will of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who on October 22 instructed to consider restrictions against Kiev.
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