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Russia puts Ukrainian elite sanctions on

MOSCOW – The Russian government has plenty of prominent Ukrainians on the sanctielijst. Disciplinary action may take, according to Russian media, among politicians, judges, businessmen, and high government officials.

The sanctions are aimed against 68 organizations, and 322 persons, including former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko.

The sanctions are aimed against 68 organizations, and 322 persons, including former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko and the son of president Petro Porosjenko. It goes according to Moscow for a response to “unfriendly” Ukrainian measures against Russian citizens and companies.

The relationship between Russia and Ukraine over the past years dramatically deteriorated. That is, by the Russian annexation of the Crimea. It also supports Moscow rebel separatists in the east of Ukraine.

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