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US sanctions against Russia since February 2022: list

The United States Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), as part of International Anti-Corruption Day and Human Rights Day, has imposed sanctions on more than 40 individuals and entities implicated in corruption or human rights abuses in nine countries, including Russia.

The United States imposed sanctions on Iranian companies and Wagner PMCs for transferring drones to Russia.

On Monday, the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), in conjunction with the State Department, added 14 additional individuals and 28 entities to the sanctions list.

The US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has added to its sanctions list 22 individuals and two organizations that supported Russia’s actions in its unprovoked attack on Ukraine.

Sanctions have been imposed on representatives of the Russian financial sector, Russian officials in Crimea annexed to Russia, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov and members of his family. The sanctions list also included the Russian neo-Nazi organization Rusich, whose members are involved in the war against Ukraine, and the fashion company Firdaws, owned by the Chechen leader’s eldest daughter, Aishat Kadyrova.

The announcement of the new sanctions quoted US Treasury Secretary Jeannette Yellen as saying, “The United States will continue to take decisive action to hold Russia accountable for its war crimes, atrocities and aggression.”

The US State Department has announced new sanctions against Russia in connection with its unprovoked attack on Ukraine.

The updated list includes 13 people, as well as 893 Russian officials, including members of the Federation Council and the military. In this list of the US Treasury in the section “representatives of the Russian elite” is Alina Kabaeva. The document says she “has a close relationship with Putin.”

The US Treasury Department announced sanctions against two individuals and four entities that support the Kremlin’s hostile influence operations on other countries and interference in foreign elections.

President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to prevent and respond to the wrongful detention of American citizens abroad.

The executive order will empower agencies to impose additional penalties, including financial, on those involved in the hostage-taking, officials said.

The United States has imposed a new set of anti-Russian sanctions banning the import of Russian gold and also targeting Russian defense conglomerate Rostec and a number of banks.

The US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has added three individuals associated with the Russian Imperial Movement to its sanctions list. Anton Tulin, Stanislav Shevchuk and Alexander Zhuchkovsky added to list of Specially Designated Global Terrorists

The Treasury Department has issued guidelines for US fund managers explaining that the purchase of any Russian debt or shares held by Russian companies is prohibited under sanctions imposed by Washington on Moscow.

The Biden administration has imposed a number of new sanctions against Russia. The sanctions list includes Sergei Roldugin, Alexei Mordashov, Maria Zakharova and yachts believed to belong to Putin.

The US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has announced sanctions against an individual, two Russian banks and a North Korean trading company for their role in supporting the North’s program of weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles, as well as for the state-owned air carrier, previously under US sanctions.

Far East Bank and Sputnik Bank, whose activities are linked to North Korea’s development of weapons of mass destruction, were under US sanctions.

The US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has added individuals and entities critical to Russia’s ability to wage war on Ukraine to its latest sanctions list.

The United States imposed sanctions on three Russian TV stations, banned Americans from providing accounting and consulting services to Russians, and imposed sanctions on Gazprombank executives to punish Moscow for invading Ukraine.The list also includes eight representatives of the Sberbank management: Natalya Alymova, Alexandra Buriko, Olga Golodets, Stanislav Kuznetsov, Sergey Maltsev, Anatoly Popov, Kirill Tsarev, Bella Zlatkis.

President Biden has signed legislation suspending normal trade relations with Russia and Belarus.White House announcement says President Joe Biden has signed Russia’s Oil Import Halt Act, which bans energy imports from the Russian Federation, and Trade Suspension Act normal of Russia and Belarus, aimed at further strengthening trade sanctions and human rights. .

The United States has expanded the sanctions package against Russia, adding eight Russian individuals and 29 companies.

The new sanctions list includes Admiralty Shipyards, Yantar Shipbuilding Plant and a number of other companies.In addition, the US Treasury has imposed sanctions on the research firms Almaz, Rubin and Baltic Plant.The restrictions have also affected Alrosa, the world’s largest diamond producer.

The US Department of Commerce, as part of the Russian invasion of Ukraine , imposes export restrictions against 120 organizations from Russia and Belarus. Document appeared on the United States Federal Register website.

On March 24, the State Department and the Treasury Department issued a press release announcing that a number of individuals and companies in Russia had been added to the sanctions list.

Official statements:

The US Treasury announced the inclusion of 4 Russians on the sanctions list, as well as a legal person, for human rights violations.

The US State Department announced the imposition of sanctions against high-ranking representatives of the defense sector. Among those on the sanctions list are Dmitry Shugaev, head of Russia’s Federal Military-Technical Cooperation Service, Alexander Mikheev, head of Rosoboronexport, and Russian Deputy Defense Ministers Ruslan Tsalikov and Alexei Krivoruchko.

1. The US Treasury has extended the sanctions against Putin’s circle, imposed due to the invasion of Ukraine. The US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has announced that the family of Vladimir Putin’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, has been placed on the sanctions list.

2. President Biden has signed an executive order prohibiting certain types of imports, exports and new investments in connection with the ongoing aggression by the Russian Federation.

3. The US Department of Commerce has restricted the export of luxury goods to Russia and Belarus, as well as Russian and Belarusian oligarchs and malicious parties.

4. The United States imposed sanctions on two Russian individuals and three Russian entities in response to the DPRK’s continued development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and ballistic missiles, in violation of numerous United Nations Security Council resolutions. ‘UN.

President Joe Biden has addressed the country on the issue of further action against Russia in connection with its invasion of Ukraine, which began on February 24. The president notably announced a ban on the import of Russian oil and gas.

President Joe Biden announced new sanctions against Russian oligarchs: “Today I am announcing that we are adding dozens of names to the list, including one of Russia’s richest billionaires, and I am banning more than 50 Russian oligarchs, their families and loved ones to travel to America. And we will continue to provide direct assistance to the Ukrainian people,” Biden stressed.

The US Department of Commerce is taking additional action against Russian strategic sectors and accomplices in aggression.

The US Treasury imposes sanctions on Russians who provide financial support to Putin and other Russian-backed parties conducting influence operations.

The US Treasury has announced additional measures to improve compliance with sanctions against Russia.

The United States has blocked any financial transactions for Americans involving the Bank of Russia. Reuters analysts called the move “a devastating blow to Russia’s economy”.

This measure was a response to Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine. The harsh financial and economic sanctions imposed by Washington against Russia also prohibit dollar transactions with the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation and the Russian National Social Welfare Fund. The Bank of Russia and the NWF are deprived of access to their assets in the United States

The White House has said the United States will impose sanctions on Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Thus, Washington hopes to increase the pressure on Moscow after the invasion of Ukraine by Russia.

President Biden has unveiled tough new sanctions against Russia after Moscow launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The White House has taken new steps to hamper Russia’s ability to do business in major global currencies, as well as sanctions against Russian banks and state-owned companies.

1. The US Department of Commerce announced the introduction of large-scale export restrictions against Russia due to its invasion of Ukraine.

2. The US Treasury has announced unprecedented, sweeping sanctions against Russia that will have rapid and severe economic consequences.

The US Treasury imposes economic sanctions in response to the actions in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

The Office of Foreign Assets Control of the US Department of the Treasury (OFAC) has published a list of natural and legal persons from Russia included in the sanctions lists for the recognition of the independence of the so-called “DNR” and “LNR” and the introduction of troops into these regions of Ukraine. Major Russian banks and members of Putin’s entourage were under sanctions.

A day earlier, Joe Biden had announced the toughening of sanctions against the Russian Federation.

US President Joe Biden signed an executive order banning new US investment, financial flows and trade with Ukraine’s two breakaway regions after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an executive order recognizing their independence.

The list of sanctions is updated and completed.

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