The United States imposed sanctions against two Russians and four organizations from Russia

The US Treasury Department has expanded anti-Russian sanctions by including the president of the Center for the Support and Development of Public Initiatives, Natalya Burlinova, and public figure Alexander Ionov. This is stated on the website of the department.

Among the companies on which the Ministry of Finance has imposed restrictions are the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia, the Center for Support and Development of Public Initiatives, Ionov Transcontinental LLC, and the Stop Imperialism Global News Agency.

The United States has repeatedly expanded the sanctions list, adding Russians there. So, at the end of June, the US Treasury Office for Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) contributed in the sanctions list of 70 Russian organizations and 29 individuals.

The United Kingdom has also expanded its sanctions lists. July 26 she added they include 42 individuals, including 29 Russian governors.

The governor of the Samara region Dmitry Azarov, in a conversation with RTVI, commented on his inclusion in the sanctions list as follows: “I am on a plane taking off. Thank you for report. Didn’t know yet. You are the first to congratulate me on this event. I sincerely thank you for this,” he said. And the head of the Amur Region, Vasily Orlov, said he was happy with the introduction of restrictive measures, and added: “I didn’t care about these sanctions.”

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