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Ukraine might impose sanctions against observers at ‘elections’ in annexed Crimea

It is about personal sanctions for those who participated in the illegal presidential elections in the annexed Crimea as the “international observers” on March 2018
20:43, 11 March 2019

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Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers decided to suggest the National Security and Defense Council (NSD) impose sanctions for three years against those persons, who participated in the illegal presidential elections in annexed Crimea as the “international observers” on March 2018.  The regulation of the Cabinet of Ministers № 129-р from March 6, which is published on the body's website.

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The Cabinet has decided to pass the regulation concerning personal special economic and other preventive measures(sanctions) for three years of those persons on a monthly review by the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine.  

The list of those persons is not published, as is it marked as ‘for official use only.’

“The realization of the decision will encourage the protection of the violated interests of the Ukrainian state. Besides, it will create the conditions for shutting down the propagandist activity by abovementioned individuals and organizations they represent,” as said in the document.

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