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Zelensky applies National Security Council’s sanctions against 13 people, 95 entities

Source : 112 Ukraine

Two Russian entities are under the sanctions
08:05, 22 April 2021

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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has put into effect the decision of the National Security and Defense Council on sanctions against 13 persons and 95 companies as the President’s Office reported.

“To put into force the decision of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine dated April 15, 2021, on appliance of personal special economic and other restrictive measures (sanctions),” the document says.

Related: US may expand sanctions against Russia

The list of persons is the next:

Kurshutiv O. Seyar;

Cherepynsky Y. Oleksandr;

Kukova Y. Eduard;

Doronin V. Oleh;

Melkonyan S. Tyhran;

Polusytok M. Volodymyr;

Aminev M. Denys;

Serdyuk P. Serhiy;

Hrybanov O. Mykhailo;

Popov Y. Andriy;

Bohdanov V. Oleh;

Dvorak M. Yuriy;

Amirkhanian H. Araik.

Related: EU Foreign Ministers should prepare new sectoral anti-Russian sanctions, - Ukrainian MFA

According to the order, the blocking of assets, full stop of trade activities; prevention of capital outflows from Ukraine; ban for participation in privatization, rent of state property by residents of a foreign state; ban for deals with securities; ban for receiving permission, licenses from the National Bank to invest in the foreign state.

Besides, 95 companies fell under sanctions – two Russian (from the Moscow region) and others are Ukrainian.

Related: Ukraine's Western partners ready to introduce tougher sanctions against Russia, - Zelensky

On April 2, Ukraine imposed personal sanctions against the "top 10" Ukrainian smugglers. In particular, the assets of persons involved in smuggling were blocked. Later, the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine adopted the second package of sanctions against smugglers.

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