Four Russians were excluded from the EU sanctions list

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Four Russians were excluded from the EU sanctions list

With the start of the Russian special military operation in Ukraine, a large number of Russian citizens and organizations fell under European Union sanctions. And since that time, few people have had them removed.

However, according to information published in the official publication of the European Union, four Russians, one of whom is no longer alive, were removed from the EU sanctions lists. We are talking about Colonel Georgy Shuvaev, ex-head of the OZON company Alexander Shulgin and Russian businessmen Farhad Akhmedov and Grigory Berezkin.



Hero of Russia Colonel Georgy Ivanovich Shuvaev was a member of the Northern Military District, for which he was included in the EU sanctions list. The colonel was killed in action on October 1, 2022. However, only almost a year later it was excluded from the EU lists.

Alexander Aleksandrovich Shulgin previously held the positions of general director of Yandex, and then of the Ozon group of companies. On April 8, the EU imposed sanctions against him for his support of Putin's policies, as evidenced by his presence at a meeting with the Russian president in the Kremlin on February 24. After Shulgin came under sanctions, he almost immediately left the post of CEO of Ozon.

Russian businessman Farhad Teymurovich Akhmedov was a former co-owner of the gas production company Northgas; he is now the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the AZNAR company, which distributes pomegranate juice. Akhmedov was included in the package of anti-Russian sanctions of the European Union, adopted on April 8, 2022, as a leading businessman working in sectors of the economy that provide a significant source of income to the government of the Russian Federation.

Russian entrepreneur Grigory Viktorovich Berezkin is the owner of a group of ESN companies involved in the oil industry and electric power industry. He, like Akhmedov, ended up on the EU sanctions list adopted on April 8, 2022, and for the same reasons.
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  1. 0
    14 September 2023
    To be on the list of sanctions is, on the contrary, an honor! The fact that our heroes who died were removed, they are neither hot nor cold
  2. 0
    14 September 2023
    If with three relatives it is clear why they were expelled, then with regard to Berezkin it is unclear. What did he do - what was he expelled?
    1. +1
      14 September 2023
      Sergey, apparently oil/petroleum products somehow end up in Ukraine. Of course, with the payment of taxes in the Russian Federation.
    2. -1
      14 September 2023
      then it’s unclear with regard to Berezkin. What did he do - what did he expel?
      ...black gold...at the moment, Russian oil goes to the West through private gaskets...and the time has come for genders to bend their fingers counting losses in conditions of hydrocarbon starvation...so what will happen next
    3. 0
      14 September 2023
      Quote: your1970
      it is unclear regarding Berezkin. What did he do - what did he expel?

      Perhaps it somehow caved in on the sly.
    4. 0
      14 September 2023
      Quote: your1970
      What did he do - what did he expel?

      In the heat of the moment, they stuffed an oil worker’s mattresses instead of a gas worker’s, but the region itself needs oil))) They introduced sanctions like:
      a) They immediately made a “list of strategic goods for the United States”
      b) The State Department has released an official manual for American businessmen on how to circumvent American sanctions.
      Don't forget, "it's all about the money." If PMC Wagner opens a plant for the production of aircraft titanium tomorrow, the day after tomorrow they will not be on the list of sanctions)))
  3. +2
    14 September 2023
    Did the three living ones prove something to the EU by word and deed?
    1. 0
      14 September 2023
      Quote from uprun
      Did the three living ones prove something to the EU by word and deed?

      One left Yandex, the second left the oil industry
  4. 0
    14 September 2023
    Four Russians were excluded from the EU sanctions list
    Will the list of those excluded continue to grow? Or how?
  5. 0
    14 September 2023
    Removed from the EU sanctions list - automatically receive IA status. I don’t see any other options for how to satisfy civilized and honest Europeans..
  6. -1
    14 September 2023
    In my opinion, this just concerns the “grain deal”. Like we (the EU, the UN, etc.) are doing something, but the Russian Federation does not want to conduct a constructive dialogue. In short, another attempt to portray ourselves as beloved “peacemakers.” And the reasons are precisely for these citizens The Russian Federation is not that important, the essence does not change.
  7. -1
    14 September 2023
    It’s a bit complicated with Berezkin - he is a media tycoon of RBC and the publishing house Komsomolskaya Prada??? It’s simpler with Renat Akhmetov, he never got involved in scandals, worked honestly for himself, ran away from problematic assets in a timely manner. He has now invested the money in shares of Magnit, Novatek, Norilsk Nickel, Gazprom and is living the life of a rentier. Has a very interesting yacht "Luna" (look for the former owner). bully
    1. -1
      14 September 2023
      I apologize, not Renat Akhmetov, but Farhad Akhmetov.
  8. -1
    14 September 2023
    The colonel was killed in action on October 1, 2022. However, only almost a year later it was excluded from the EU lists.

    Or they could have left it altogether. How was it with the classics...
    Persons named from number four to number twenty-five and last, inclusive, are included in the lists of persons admitted to night work posthumously. In recognition of their past achievements.
    © ABS
  9. 0
    14 September 2023
    Four Russians were excluded from the EU sanctions list

    Why be ashamed? It must be accurately reported that sanctions have been lifted from three millionaires.
    1. 0
      14 September 2023
      Why be ashamed? It must be accurately reported that sanctions have been lifted from three millionaires.
      So there are no non-millionaires there. And in general, today a million rubles is so, on the border of the subsistence level.

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