During Zelensky's visit, Britain announced new sanctions against Russia: “Putin's palaces” under attack
British sanctions have been applied, in particular, against 5 people associated with Putin's luxurious residences.
On Wednesday, February 8, when Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is visiting London, the British government imposed new sanctions against Russia. They apply to enterprises supplying military equipment, as well as to individuals and one organization that financially supports the wealth and power of the Kremlin elites.
This was reported in the press service of the British government.
Under personal sanctions were, in particular, 5 people associated with Putin's luxurious residences, including the so-called “Putin's Palace” worth 100 billion rubles and the Kremlin dictator's dacha on the lake. Listed: Boris Titov, Nikolai Yegorov, owner of pro-Kremlin publication Regum Sergey Rudnov, shareholder of Rossiya Bank and National Media Group Svetlana Krivonogikh and owner of the Russian aircraft maintenance and repair company Aerostart Viktor Myachin.
The package of sanctions also applies to 6 organizations supplying military equipment used in the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
In this list, the manufacturer of Russian drones CST, a manufacturer of spare parts to RT-Komplekt helicopters, Oboronlogistic company organizing the transportation and delivery of Russian military equipment, “Universalmash” and “Lipetsk”< /strong>, producing or modifying tracked chassis for anti-aircraft missile systems, as well as Topaz, a software manufacturer for military aviation.
Recall that on February 8, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky arrived to the UK.