Russia has expanded personal sanctions against Ukraine

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Russia has expanded sanctions against Ukraine, the corresponding decree was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. The document was published on the official portal of legal information.

So, Moscow has expanded its restrictive measures against Ukraine, imposing personal sanctions against a number of Ukrainian politicians and officials. In total, 73 people are included in the expanded list, in particular, the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Dmitry Kuleba and the head of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov got there.



In total, 922 people are currently on the "Ukrainian" sanctions list. The last time the personal list was expanded in December last year, bringing it to 849 people. Moscow expanded economic sanctions against Kiev in February 2021, adding 9 Ukrainian companies to the sanctions list, bringing their number to 84.

Russia officially imposed sanctions on Ukraine on November 1, 2018.

According to the decree, Russia initially introduced restrictive measures against 322 Ukrainian citizens and 68 companies in response to Kiev's unfriendly actions against Russian citizens and companies. The restrictions imposed by Russia provide for the blocking (freezing) of non-cash funds, securities and property on the territory of Russia, as well as a ban on the transfer of funds (withdrawal of capital) outside Russia.

Moscow has repeatedly stated that the restrictive measures imposed on Ukraine can be lifted if Ukraine completely abandons anti-Russian sanctions.
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  1. +17
    21 August 2021 11: 01
    It's high time. So and answer everyone and always, "eye for an eye".
    1. +13
      21 August 2021 11: 07
      In total, 73 people were included in the extended list, in particular, the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Dmitry Kuleba and the head of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov got there.
      1. +13
        21 August 2021 11: 32
        Let the 95th quarter group of companies be brought in.
    2. +12
      21 August 2021 11: 08
      Quote: SERGE ant
      So, Moscow has expanded its restrictive measures against Ukraine,

      Only we in Russia have our own attitude to sanctions Yes
      I do not understand request there are 900 Ukrainian Russophobes there, and what exactly can they lose?
      1. +8
        21 August 2021 11: 16
        Quote: Clear
        what exactly can they lose?

        Entry to the Russian Federation, probably?
        1. +2
          21 August 2021 11: 23
          Quote: Egoza
          Quote: Clear
          what exactly can they lose?

          Entry to the Russian Federation, probably?

          This is Elena, the worst thing for them !!!! There we have about 5 million workers (the most conscripts) ..)))
          PS here are 300 thousand to send with the label "not yet Slavs" .. And wait!
          1. +3
            21 August 2021 11: 31
            This is very correct reasoning!
            In the depths of human relationships, there are close contacts between people. And without a doubt we can say that the people ruling in Ukraine have a lot of potential interests in Russia. Politicians are generally irresponsible personalities who are not responsible for the consequences of their spoken words and actions. Therefore, such sanctions are a very useful tool. Let them think what they say and do.
        2. +2
          21 August 2021 12: 26
          Quote: Egoza
          Entry to the Russian Federation, probably?

          Yes, it might happen. Yesterday, a draft law was submitted to the State Duma of the Russian Federation on this very occasion. Comrade (?) Initiator, Mr. (?) Khinshtein from EP.
        3. +2
          21 August 2021 12: 57
          Then how will our prosecutor's office detain them?
      2. +11
        21 August 2021 11: 18
        Quote: Clear
        I don’t understand there are 900 Ukrainian Russophobes, and what exactly can they lose?

        It depends on what assets they have in Russia. For the same Muraev, a lot of things got stuck here. Why they won't drive through the 95th block is not entirely clear to me.
      3. +4
        21 August 2021 11: 21
        Quote: Clear
        and what exactly can they lose?
        And what do you think, if the heads of the NSDC, the Foreign Ministry, other ministers and others are on the sanctions list, how can any negotiations with Russia be conducted? Rather, who will lead them, Baba Manya from Zhmerinka?
      4. +4
        21 August 2021 11: 27
        Quote: Clear
        and what exactly can they lose?

        Earning was like Poroshenko did with his Roshen
      5. +3
        21 August 2021 11: 34
        Quote: Clear
        Quote: SERGE ant
        So, Moscow has expanded its restrictive measures against Ukraine,

        Only we in Russia have our own attitude to sanctions Yes
        I do not understand request there are 900 Ukrainian Russophobes there, and what exactly can they lose?

        And what about the Roshen factories? Are you arrested? Or is Parashenko still cutting coupons?
    3. +3
      21 August 2021 11: 22
      so they all believed in the brotherhood
  2. +10
    21 August 2021 11: 05
    Moscow has repeatedly stated that the restrictive measures imposed on Ukraine can be lifted if Ukraine completely abandons anti-Russian sanctions.

    It would be better if they were concerned not with restrictive measures, but with the confiscation of the property and assets of those Ukrainian citizens who harm our country, presenting this in the form of the return of the state debt of Ukraine in $ 3 billion. They did not stand on ceremony with the property of our Sberbank, as with the assets of some businessmen - this will be an eye for an eye.
    1. 0
      21 August 2021 11: 10
      Quote: ccsr
      presenting this in the form of a return of Ukraine's state debt of $ 3 billion.

      Therefore, the debt is still being prosecuted in the English court, there they are already pulling an owl on the globe, and you also want to play along with them
      1. -3
        21 August 2021 11: 38
        Quote: Cron
        Therefore, the debt is still undergoing proceedings in the English court,

        We have already lost the court on gas - are you sure that the London court will take our side in returning the national debt? And what will they return if they constantly beg for loans?
        Quote: Cron
        there and so they pull the owl on the globe,

        So we will be pulled there ...
        By the way, what about the assets and property confiscated from Sberbank - who will return it to us?
        Quote: Cron
        and you also want to play along with them

        No, I want them to give us back what they owe, even if in the form of the confiscated property of some thugs.
        1. 0
          21 August 2021 11: 47
          Quote: ccsr
          By the way, what about the assets and property confiscated from Sberbank - who will return it to us?

          There was also gold of the Scythians.
        2. 0
          21 August 2021 11: 48
          We have already lost the court on gas - are you sure that the London court will take our side in returning the national debt? And what will they return if they constantly beg for loans?

          No, I'm not sure, quite the opposite. Although there are Eurobonds.
          Well, we didn’t completely lose it, it’s just the first time that the court found that it had the right to change the terms of the contract. This is by the way that there are courts, that courts are needed.
          So we will be pulled there ...

          Perhaps it’s stretched, I suggest we wait. And the interest is still dripping.
          No, I want them to give us back what they owe, even if in the form of the confiscated property of some thugs.

          Many people want it, but we still have bad cards in our hands.
          1. -1
            21 August 2021 20: 50
            Quote: Cron
            Many people want it, but we still have bad cards in our hands.

            Well, since the cards are bad, so much the more urgently it is necessary to confiscate, or even this will go away from arrest if they quickly sell their property in Russia. Why are we afraid if we still do not win the courts?
            1. 0
              22 August 2021 09: 31
              Quote: ccsr
              Why are we afraid if we still do not win the courts?

              I'm not talking about Ukraine, their patrons have much more opportunities
  3. +6
    21 August 2021 11: 13
    Personal sanctions and sanctions against a number of companies is certainly good. But what do we see in reality? But what:
    In the 1st quarter of 2021, the trade turnover between Russia and Ukraine amounted to USD 2, an increase of 31,79% ($ 579) over the same period in 641.

    Russian exports to Ukraine in the 1st quarter of 2021 amounted to USD 1, an increase of 68,61% ($ 649) over the same period in 687.

    Russian imports from Ukraine in the 1st quarter of 2021 amounted to USD 806, decreasing by 7,99% ($ 70) compared to the same period in 046.

    In practice, we keep a hostile regime afloat, and this is with open and provocative insults to the Russians, the country and the president. Maybe it's time to turn off the economic tap completely?
    1. -2
      21 August 2021 11: 21
      Quote: rotmistr60
      In practice, we keep a hostile regime afloat, and this is with open and provocative insults to the Russians, the country and the president. Maybe it's time to turn off the economic tap completely?

      What exactly do you want to cover? A holy place is never empty. It will only be filled by other suppliers.
      Gas transit would be worth it, but our partners are zealous there, hanging their project around our neck
    2. +3
      21 August 2021 11: 24
      I don't understand either, you look and the turnover is growing.
      1. +2
        21 August 2021 11: 42
        Quote: tralflot1832
        and the turnover is growing.

        Now everyone will compare everything with 2020 and praise growth, without mentioning that this is a "covid" year, the year of lockdowns ... if you compare it with at least 2019
        In Q1 2019, trade between Russia and Ukraine amounted to USD 3 (Q238 992 - USD 908)
        Russian exports to Ukraine in Q1 2019 amounted to USD 2 (Q104 254 - USD 942)
        Russian imports from Ukraine in Q1 2019 amounted to USD 1 (Q134 737 - USD 966)
        Somehow with growth ... there are still many, it's a shame ... but these data are from the Russian resource https://russian-trade.com/reports-and-reviews/2021-05/vneshnyaya-torgovlya-rossii-s-ukrainoy -v-1-kv-2021-g / ... the question is that they can take into account both the DPR and LPR ... here ... and another question is the negative balance when Ukrainians buy more than they sell ... the currency goes away ...
        1. +2
          21 August 2021 11: 51
          Of all the pipelines I would leave for Ukraine, only one product pipeline AMMONIA, the DPR and LPR do not count. hi
          1. 0
            21 August 2021 12: 19
            Quote: tralflot1832
            , only one product line AMMONIA

            Ammonia ... now we hear hydrogen, but ammonia is not so noticeable next to it (green, blue ...) Australia - a group of energy companies allocates $ 100 billion for the project - 3,5 million tons of green hydrogen or 20 million tons ammonia per year .... India - ACME will begin construction of a plant that will be able to convert hydrogen into "green" ammonia - export 2,4 thousand tons of ammonia per day. Canada - Japanese trading company Itochu and Petronas Energy Canada plan to establish an ammonia plant in Alberta, Canada by 2026. request
            1. +1
              21 August 2021 12: 26
              So we have like an ammonia pipeline left from the USSR to Odessa, it was infa that they were going to redirect it to Novorossiysk.
              1. 0
                21 August 2021 13: 22
                They hoped that they would redirect, but then problems with the land, then with environmentalists ... but time goes on and who knows what they will refuel ships in Novorossiysk ... this year in Norway they gathered to test an ammonia-fueled marine engine ... Dutchmen C-Job offered a tanker carrying ammonia and using it as fuel. In Japan, 3 companies will team up to develop an ammonia-fueled tugboat ...
                1. +1
                  21 August 2021 13: 35
                  Thanks for the info, ammonia is our everything. And what does the exhaust turn out that flies into the pipe? Doesn't eat eyes, with other parts of the body. I saw only a photo when the ammonia reflux separator explodes. Disappointing photo.
    3. +2
      21 August 2021 11: 28
      Quote: rotmistr60
      In the 1st quarter of 2021, trade between Russia and Ukraine amounted to USD 2, an increase of 403% (USD 079) compared to the same period in 551.

      Well, the war is the same))) Lay it out on the Censor
      1. +2
        21 August 2021 11: 37
        Here and so with the Censor "spies" about 5 pieces, they pass by furiously and mercilessly, they try, they fight, so to speak hi
    4. +3
      21 August 2021 11: 34
      Quote: rotmistr60
      In practice, we keep a hostile regime afloat, and this is with open and provocative insults to the Russians, the country and the president.

      According to the figures you quoted, Russia sold to Ukraine goods worth $ 1.5 billion, and bought goods in Ukraine for $ 800 million. At the same time, it began to sell more to Ukraine and buy less.
      That is, Russia makes money in Ukraine.
  4. +5
    21 August 2021 11: 15
    That is, the logic is that if the Russians and Ukrainians are fraternal peoples, then the sanctions should be divided like brothers. In fact, "useless words are the wrong side of a false essence," because all these people, even if they had something in Russia, were taken out long ago, it is characteristic that the sanctions do not apply to real estate. That is, Pan Zelensky for his "cozy corner" can not worry.
    1. 0
      21 August 2021 11: 36
      And which of ours can / should be asked, and what exactly do we need from them now and then ??? Whose selfish interests or is it a state necessity?
    2. +1
      21 August 2021 11: 41
      I think that this is a very flawed generalization that the peoples are fraternal. It is high time to learn and differentiate the mass into enemies and brothers. Because of these ghouls in power for decades, I have not been able to meet with my relatives in Russia. Any trip has been turned into an expedition. And time does not make us younger.
  5. +2
    21 August 2021 11: 18
    The measure is reasonable. But I'm not sure what will have any economic or political effect. The biggest “sanction” is the existing gas pipeline. And it works. Providing the economy of Ukraine ...
    1. +2
      21 August 2021 11: 51
      Quote: Andrey Nikolaevich
      The measure is reasonable. But I'm not sure what will have any economic or political effect.
      Russia is forming a gang of gopniks who, by their status, can negotiate with it, but in practice, NO!
  6. -1
    21 August 2021 11: 34
    if Ukraine completely abandons anti-Russian sanctions
    ... And the abolition of what sanctions do we need, because we do need it?
    What can they provide us with what we should not, cannot do, have ourselves ???
    Or again someone's selfish interes and nothing should interfere with this ???
    1. 0
      21 August 2021 13: 43
      Maybe engines, for example? A pile of military equipment stalled in the building. Including for sale abroad. Huge grandmothers have been invested in import substitution. Someone's selfish interest?
      1. 0
        21 August 2021 15: 02
        No, no, not reliable, a rake on which you should not jump.
  7. +2
    21 August 2021 12: 04
    Moscow has expanded its restrictive measures against Ukraine, imposing personal sanctions on a number of Ukrainian politicians and officials.
    Ukrainian politicians and officials don't give a damn about these sanctions, as well as our politicians and officials, against whom Ukraine imposed personal sanctions.
  8. 0
    21 August 2021 12: 15
    What's the use of these personal sanctions. It would be better to cut off the supply of fuels and lubricants from both Russia and Belarus.
  9. -3
    21 August 2021 12: 49
    Russia has expanded personal sanctions against Ukraine

    And Zelensky blocked everything? And also to the workers .. Like go to Ukraine and sort it out!
    And it will start "you mene pidmanula .." .. The work has begun !!!!
  10. 0
    21 August 2021 13: 00
    Sanctions must be imposed completely against the whole of Ukraine, especially in terms of the fuel and energy component, assessed. And these personal pinpricks are like poultices for a dead man.
    Forgot. And Luka warn, a liter of fuel to Ukrainians, minus two liters of oil to Belarus. good
  11. 0
    21 August 2021 13: 49
    It is high time to stop fussing and start speaking directly, to discard all this political correctness.

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