Five enterprises and eight individuals were subject to restrictions.
The British authorities announced the introduction of a new sanctions package against the Russian Federation, the correspondent reports. DOPs.
It is reported that this time five enterprises and eight individuals fell under the sanctions.
The restrictions apply to the CST company, which produces drones, as well as the companies RT-Komplekt, Oboronlogistka, the Universalmash plant, and the Topaz enterprise.
Among individuals under sanctions were Boris Titov, Commissioner for Entrepreneurs’ Rights, and his son Pavel Titov, Sergei Rudnov, Svetlana Krivonogikh, Viktor Myachin, Alexei Repik and Evgeny Shkolov.
Sanctions come into effect from the day of publication, that is, from Wednesday, February 8.
Recall that after the start of the special operation of the Russian Federation in the Donbass, sanctions were imposed against our country by the EU countries, the USA, Japan, Canada, Great Britain and others. The restrictions are aimed at the financial sector, prohibiting the export of technology, reducing the dependence of Western countries on the export of Russian hydrocarbons, and more.
Dozens of Western companies have also announced the decision to temporarily suspend their work on the territory of the Russian Federation, from high-tech manufacturers to those involved in the sale of everyday goods.