Source Pravda.Ru

Russian PM Medvedev speaks about sanctions against Ukraine

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev unveiled the plans of the Russian government regarding sanctions against Ukrainian citizens. Russia's sanctions will affect hundreds of Ukrainian natural persons, Medvedev said.  

"It goes about hundreds of people who have harmed Russia with their actions. There will business representatives and other people there," Medvedev said. 

According to him, the sanctions will block Ukrainian assets on the territory of the Russian Federation and prohibit the withdrawal of financial assets from the Russian Federation to Ukraine.

On October 22, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree introducing new "special economic measures" against Ukraine. The decree instructed the government to decide what kind of sanctions should be imposed against Ukraine. 

 

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