Canada expanded sanctions against Russia
The sanctions list includes 2 people and 10 companies and banks
Canada imposed additional sanctions against Russia, - reported the press service of the Government of Canada on March 18. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs made a list of additional 2 persons and 10 companies and banks.
Document on expansion of sanctions against Russia was adopted by the Foreign Ministry of Canada on March 16 but entered into force on March 18, after registration and publication in the Official journal.
Personal sanctions were imposed on two men - Deputy Director General for Commercial Issues of concern "Kalashnikov" Edward Ioffe, as well as top manager of this concern Alexander Omelchenko.
Russian companies which came under Canadian Sanctions are: "Inserbank", "Mosoblbank", "Volgogradneftemash" Izhevsk Mechanical Plant "Izhmash", "Tekhnopromexport", "Tehmash" Company "Roselektroniks", holding " Schwabe " (included in "Rostech") and" Tekhnopromexport ".
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