EU published its decision to extend sanctions against Yanukovych
Decision shall enter into force on the day following its publication
The decision on the extension of the sanctions against the ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and 15 ex-officials was published in the Official EU journal.
There are 16 people in the sanction’s list. At the same time, the former Minister of Health of Ukraine Raisa Bogatyreva is excluded from the list.
Earlier Interpol decided not to restart Ukraine’s Ex-President Viktor Yanukovych international search
In addition, the magazine states that the decision of the grounds to impose sanctions against the former Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Vitaliy Zakharchenko, ex-Minister of Justice Elena Lukash, and former Minister of Education of Ukraine Dmytro Tabachnyk has changed.
The sanctions against Yanukovych and his associates are extended for one year - until March 2017.
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