The Guardian reported that Russia’s Defense Minister, Sergei Shoigu, Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Air Force and Black Sea Fleet, key state “propagandist” and deputies of 351 Duma are expected to be targeted in EU sanctions, Which will be announced later on Wednesday. ,
The report said the measures that would need to be signed by EU foreign ministers would go a significant distance from measures announced by the US and Boris Johnson’s Russia sanctions.
In response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to recognize self-declared republics in Donetsk, the European Union will impose asset freezes and travel restrictions on 23 people, three banks and a notorious Internet “troll factory” in St. Luhansk as independent states.
The Guardian reported that the bloc is also expected to approve the 351 members of the Russian State Duma, who voted for the recognition of the two regions.
The Russian government will also see further restrictions on its ability to raise funds on EU financial markets. EU officials are taking measures to ban trade between the two Russian-controlled regions in eastern Ukraine, mirroring earlier sanctions on Crimea in 2014.
“Everybody seems to be on the ship to adopt the sanctions,” said an EU diplomat.
At the top of the sanctions list is Shoigu, as he is “ultimately responsible for any military action against Ukraine”, said the draft list seen by The Guardian.
He is joined by Anton Veno, Putin’s chief of staff, who “plays an active role in decision-making”, as well as Commander-in-Chief of the Black Sea Fleet, Igor Osipov and Sergei Surovikin. Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Aerospace Forces.
This story is taken from a third party syndicated feed, Agencies. Mid-Day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, reliability, reliability and data of text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to change, remove or remove the Content (without notice) at its sole discretion for any reason.