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Ukraine's govt approves lifting of sanctions against two former Crimean MPs

Source : 112 Ukraine

The explanatory note states that the sanctions are lifted in connection with the decisions of the Sixth Appeal Administrative Court
19:39, 24 November 2021

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The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has agreed to lift sanctions against two former Crimean MPs. The relevant decision was made at a government meeting. This was announced by the MP Oleksiy Honcharenko.

The explanatory note states that the sanctions are lifted in connection with the decisions of the Sixth Appeal Administrative Court.

According to the documents, Serhiy Verhel and Serhiy Zaits, who were MPs of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea of the sixth convocation, will be excluded from the sanctions list. The sanctions included indefinite freezing of assets and other restrictions.

Within a month, this decision will be submitted to the National Security and Defense Council.

Meanwhile, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved a plan of measures to prevent the abuse of excessive influence by persons who have significant economic and political weight in public life (oligarchs). The relevant decision was made at a government meeting on November 24.

This decision was made in pursuance of the so-called "law on oligarchs".

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