The UK has imposed sanctions against 86 legal entities and individuals associated with the Russian energy, metallurgy, defense industry, transport and the financial sector of Russia. The restrictions included Rosbank and Tinkoff Bank. This is stated in the statement of the British government, published on the website.
Sanctions have also been imposed on the president and CEO of the Kalashnikov concern, Alan Lushnikov, and its CEO, Vladimir Lepin. Among the individuals subject to restrictions are also the founder and chairman of the board of directors of the Russian Copper Company Igor Altushkin, the Russian-appointed occupying head of the Zaporozhye NPP Oleg Romanenko, as well as 13 members of the board of directors of Gazpromneft and 5 members of the board of directors of Transneft.
The list also includes the Metallurgical Investment Bank, Dom RF, nine Rostatom-affiliated companies producing modern materials and technologies, including lasers, as well as one of the largest Russian transport companies FESCO and the financial and industrial group AFK Sistema and Severstal. .
Earlier in March, the British authorities identified more than a hundred companies that are associated with the Russian Federation. It turned out that most of the list exists only on paper and is used as "respectable pads" for doing business abroad. So, one of the companies was used for the illegal export of Ukrainian grain, others helped the Russians launder their income, Bloomberg reported.