The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved proposals for the application of personal special economic and other sanctions to individuals in the Republic of Belarus.
The Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky signed the decree enforcing the National Security and Defence council (NSDC) decision dated June 18, 2021 on the extension of the sanctions targeting some Russian businesspersons and officials.
After meeting with a former Belarusian president candidate Svetlana Tikhanovska the EU imposed new sanctions against Oleksandr Lukashenko regime. The so-called ‘fourth package of EU sanctions’ affects primary sectors of Belarusian economics.
On Friday, June 18, 2021, a private plane, which allegedly belongs to Dmytro Firtash left Kyiv shortly before the announcement concerning imposing sanctions against the oligarch.
A businessman Pavlo Fuks reacted to the NSDC secretary’s announcement concerning imposing sanctions against him and the allegations regarding his connection with the ‘Golden Derrick’ company.
The Cabinet of Ministers approved a proposal to impose sanctions against 10 legal and 6 natural persons for propagating Russia’s aggression narratives.
In his interview with ‘Le Figaro’, the ‘European Solidarity’ leader calls for tougher stance to aggressive policies of Russia.