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July 5 () –
The Ukrainian president, Volodimir Zelenski, has announced on Wednesday the imposition of sanctions against 18 entities registered in Cyprus, Russia and Luxembourg for the next ten years and in the framework of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Thus, the president has indicated that, following the decision of the National Security Council, he has proceeded to introduce these companies into the country’s ‘black list’, which implies the application of economic restrictions against these entities.
This same Wednesday, Zelenski has reported that the Government is preparing new packages of sanctions, although he has not specified who will be affected by these measures, according to a statement from the Ukrainian Presidency.
In early July, Zelensky announced the imposition of sanctions against 190 individuals and 291 entities, including Georgian Airways, which resumed its flights to Russia in May.