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04 March 2022 

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2022

Updated Sanction Notification

The Federal Council on the 4th. March 2022 further goods and financial sanctions against Russia were implemented. For this purpose, he amended the Ordinance on Measures Related to the Situation in Ukraine (RS 946.231.176.72).

In his communication of the 4th In March 2022, the Federal Council informed of its decision to take over further sanctions packages of the European Union against Russia. The newly adopted measures concern in particular the financial sector. Providing public funding or grants for trade in or investment in Russia is prohibited. Other measures in the financial sector concern securities, loans and the receipt of deposits. Also, transactions with the Central Bank of Russia are no longer permitted. The Federal Council has also decided to impose sanctions in the financial sector, which the EU on 1. March 2022, including the corresponding exceptions. This particularly affects the international communication network SWIFT. The Federal Council has also decided that the EU on the 28th. February 2022 to include persons listed in Annex 8 to the Regulation and thus block the assets of the persons concerned. The EAER has therefore adapted the sanction database SESAM (SECO Sanctions Management), which is decisive for Switzerland, and published the adaptation on its website. The change will take effect on the 4th. March 2022 at 6 p.m.


Financial intermediaries are invited to implement the prohibitions immediately, block the corresponding assets and not to open new business relationships in accordance with the provisions of the regulation and to report such business relationships to SECO. The notification to SECO does not release a financial intermediary from immediately reporting to the Cash Laundering Reporting Office in accordance with Art. 9 of the Money Laundering Act.

So, we have new persons:

SSID: 175-49983 Name: Avksentyeva Sardana Vladimirovna Spelling variant: a) Авксентьева Сардана Владимировна (Russian) b) Авксентьева Сардаана Владимировна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 2 Jul 1970 Good quality a.k.a.: (Maiden name: Gogoleva) Sardana Vladimirovna
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-49989 Name: Alimova Olga Nikolayevna Spelling variant: Алимова Ольга Николаевна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 10 Apr 1953
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-49994 Name: Arapov Georgy Konstantinovich Spelling variant: Арапов Георгий Константинович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 11 Sep 1999
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-49999 Name: Arshba Otari Yonovich Spelling variant: Аршба Отари Ионович (Russian)

Sex: M DOB: 12 Apr 1955
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50004 Name: Babakov Alexander Mikhailovich Spelling variant: Бабаков Александр Михайлович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 8 Feb 1963
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50009 Name: Berulava Mikhail Nikolayevich Spelling variant: Берулава Михаил Николаевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 3 Aug 1950
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50014 Name: Vasilyev Vladimir Abdualiyevich Spelling variant: Васильев Владимир Абдуалиевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 11 Aug 1949
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50019 Name: Vlasova Veronika Valeriyevna Spelling variant: Власова Вероника Валериевна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 2 Nov 1966
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50024 Name: Vtorygina Yelena Andreyevna Spelling variant: Вторыгина Елена Андреевна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 17 Aug 1957
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50029 Name: Vyatkin Dmitry Fyodorovich Spelling variant: Вяткин Дмитрий Фёдорович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 21 May 1974

Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50034 Name: Gordeyev Alexey Vasilyevich Spelling variant: Гордеев Алексей Васильевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 28 Feb 1955
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50039 Name: Gorjatcheva Kseniya Alexandrovna Spelling variant: Горячева Ксения Александровна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 16 May 1996
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50044 Name: Davankov Vladislav Andreevich Spelling variant: Даванков Владислав Андреевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 25 Feb 1984
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50049 Name: Damdintsurunov Vyacheslav Anatolyevich Spelling variant: Дамдинцурунов Вячеслав Анатольевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 21 Sep 1977
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50054 Name: Dyomin Alexander Vyacheslavovich Spelling variant: Дёмин Александр Вячеславович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 23 Sep 1988
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50059 Name: Dmitrieva Oksana Genrikhovna Spelling variant: Дмитриева Оксана Генриховна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 3 Apr 1958
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50064 Name: Zhukov Alexander Dmitriyevich Spelling variant: Жуков Александр Дмитриевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 1 Jun 1956
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50069 Name: Zatulin Konstantin Fyodorovich Spelling variant: Затулин Константин Фёдорович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 7 Sep 1958
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50074 Name: Kavinov Artem Alexandrovich Spelling variant: Кавинов Артём Александрович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 3 Sep 1969
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50079 Name: Kazakova Olga Mikhailovna Spelling variant: Казакова Ольга Михайловна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 30 May 1968
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50084 Name: Kara-ool Sholban Valeryevich Spelling variant: Кара-оол Шолбан Валерьевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 18 Jul 1966
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50089 Name: Karmazina Raisa Vasilyevna Spelling variant: Кармазина Раиса Васильевна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 9 Jan 1951
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50094 Name: Kiryanov Artem Yuryevich Spelling variant: Кирьянов Артём Юрьевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 12 Jan 1977
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50099 Name: Kovpak Lev Igoryevich Spelling variant: Ковпак Лев Игоревич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 23 Oct 1978
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50104 Name: Kochiev Robert Ivanovich Spelling variant: Кочиев Роберт Иванович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 16 Mar 1966
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50109 Name: Krasov Andrey Leonidovich Spelling variant: Красов Андрей Леонидович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 27 Jan 1967
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50114 Name: Krasheninnikov Pavel Vladimirovich Spelling variant: Крашенинников Павел Владимирович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 21 Jun 1964
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50119 Name: Kuznetsova Anna Yuryevna Spelling variant: Кузнецова Анна Юрьевна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 3 Jan 1982
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50124 Name: Kurbanov Rizvan Danilovich Spelling variant: Курбанов Ризван Даниялович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 3 Jan 1961
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50129 Name: Leonov Oleg Yuryevich Spelling variant: Леонов Олег Юрьевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 10 Sep 1970
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50134 Name: Makarov Andrey Mikhailovich Spelling variant: Макаров Андрей Михайлович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 22 Jul 1954
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50139 Name: Marchenko Evgeny Evgenievich Spelling variant: Марченко Евгений Евгеньевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 17 Jul 1972
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50144 Name: Matveychev Oleg Anatolyevich Spelling variant: Матвейчев Олег Анатольевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 1 Feb 1970
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50149 Name: Metelev Artem Pavlovich Spelling variant: Метелев Артём Павлович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 11 Aug 1993
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50154 Name: Morozov Oleg Viktorovich Spelling variant: Морозов Олег Викторович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 5 Nov 1953
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50159 Name: Moskvichev Yevgeny Sergeyevich Spelling variant: Москвичев Евгений Cергеевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 28 Sep 1957
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50164 Name: Nechayev Alexey Gennadyevich Spelling variant: Нечаев Алексей Геннадьевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 30 Aug 1966
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50169 Name: Nikolaeva Viktoria Viktorovna Spelling variant: Николаева Виктория Викторовна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 21 Nov 1962
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50174 Name: Novichkov Nikolay Vladimirovich Spelling variant: Новичков Николай Владимирович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 24 Dec 1974
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50179 Name: Orgeyeva Marina Eduardovna Spelling variant: Оргеева Марина Эдуардовна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 21 Sep 1959
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50184 Name: Pahomov Sergey Alexandrovich Spelling variant: Пахомов Сергей Александрович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 6 Aug 1975
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50189 Name: Pevtsov Dmitriy Anatolyevich Spelling variant: Певцов Дмитрий Анатольевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 8 Jul 1963
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50194 Name: Petrov Alexander Petrovich Spelling variant: Петров Александр Петрович (Russian)
DOB: 21 May 1958
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50199 Name: Pinskiy Viktor Vitalyevich Spelling variant: Пинский Виктор Витальевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 6 Feb 1964
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50204 Name: Piskarev Vasily Ivanovich Spelling variant: Пискарев Василий Иванович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 8 Nov 1963
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50209 Name: Plyakin Vladimir Vladimirovich Spelling variant: Плякин Владимир Владимирович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 19 Sep 1981
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50214 Name: Polyakov Aleksandr Alekseyevich Spelling variant: Поляков Александр Алексеевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 31 Jan 1969
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50219 Name: Razvorotneva Svetlana Viktorovna Spelling variant: Разворотнева Светлана Викторовна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 25 Mar 1968
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50224 Name: Revenko Evgeny Vasilyevich Spelling variant: Ревенко Евгений Васильевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 22 May 1972
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50229 Name: Savitskaya Svetlana Yevgenyevna Spelling variant: Савицкая Светлана Евгеньевна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 8 Aug 1948
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50234 Name: Skrivanov Dmitry Stanislavovich Spelling variant: Скриванов Дмитрий Станиславович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 15 Aug 1971
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50239 Name: Solodovnikov Ivan Alexandrovich Spelling variant: Солодовников Иван Александрович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 9 Apr 1985
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50244 Name: Stankevich Yuriy Arkadevich Spelling variant: Станкевич Юрий Аркадьевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 24 Jul 1976
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50249 Name: Strelyukhin Aleksandr Mikhaylovich Spelling variant: Стрелюхин Александр Михайлович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 4 Jul 1958
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50254 Name: Tarbaev Sangadzhi Andreyevich Spelling variant: Тарбаев Сангаджи Андреевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 15 Apr 1982
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50259 Name: Timofeyeva Olga Victorovna Spelling variant: Тимофеева Ольга Викторовна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 19 Aug 1977
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50264 Name: Tkachev Alexey Nikolaevich Spelling variant: Ткачёв Алексей Николаевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 1 Mar 1957
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50269 Name: Topilin Maxim Anatolyevich Spelling variant: Топилин Максим Анатольевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 19 Apr 1967
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50274 Name: Tretiak Vladislav Alexandrovich Spelling variant: Третьяк Владислав Александрович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 25 Apr 1952
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50279 Name: Hamitov Amir Makhsudovich Spelling variant: Хамитов Амир Махсудович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 4 Feb 1975
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50284 Name: Khinshtein Alexander Evseyevich Spelling variant: Хинштейн Александр Евсеевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 26 Oct 1974
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50289 Name: Khor Gleb Yakovlevich Spelling variant: Хор Глеб Яковлевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 8 Apr 1963
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50294 Name: Khubezov Dmitry Anatolievich Spelling variant: Хубезов Дмитрий Анатольевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 20 Dec 1971
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50299 Name: Chemeris Roza Basirovna Spelling variant: Чемерис Роза Басировна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 11 Jun 1978
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation

and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50304 Name: Chepa Alexey Vasilievich Spelling variant: Чепа Алексей Васильевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 22 Nov 1955
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50309 Name: Shayhutdinov Rifat Gabdulkhakovich Spelling variant: Шайхутдинов Рифат Габдулхакович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 23 Dec 1963
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-50314 Name: Shilkin Grigory Vladimirovich Spelling variant: Шилкин Григорий Владимирович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 20 Oct 1976
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50319 Name: Sholokhov Alexander Mikhailovich Spelling variant: Шолохов Александр Михайлович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 25 Jan 1962
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50324 Name: Yampolskaya Elena Alexandrovna Spelling variant: Ямпольская Елена Александровна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 20 Jun 1971
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50329 Name: Yarovaya Irina Anatolievna Spelling variant: Яровая Ирина Анатольевна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 17 Oct 1966
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50334 Name: Rumyantsev Nikita Spelling variant: Румянцев Никита Геннадьевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 27 Apr 1988
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50339 Name: Kiselyov Mikhail Spelling variant: Киселёв Михаил Сергеевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 18 Jun 1986
Justification: Member of the State Duma who ratified the government decisions of the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People's Republic and between the Russian Federation and the Luhansk People's Republic. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50344 Name: Medvedev Dmitry Anatolyevich Spelling variant: Медведев Дмитрий Анатольевич (Abkhazian)
Sex: M DOB: 14 Sep 1965
Justification: Deputy Chairman of the National Security Council. As a member of the National Security Council, supported Russia's immediate recognition of the two self- proclaimed republics. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50354 Name: Kolokoltsev Vladimir Alexandrovich Spelling variant: Колокольцев Владимир Александрович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 11 May 1961
Justification: Minister of the Interior of the Russian Federation. As a member of the National Security Council, supported Russia's immediate recognition of the two self- proclaimed republics. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50359 Name: Ivanov Sergei Borisovich Spelling variant: Иванов Сергей Борисович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 31 Jan 1953
Justification: Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation on the Issues of Environmental Activities, Ecology and Transport. As a member of the National Security Council, supported Russia's immediate recognition of the two self-proclaimed republics. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50364 Name: Shchyogolev Igor Olegovich Spelling variant: Щёголев Игорь Олегович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 10 Nov 1965
Justification: Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Central Federal District, Full State Advisor of the Russian Federation. As a member of the National Security Council, supported Russia's immediate recognition of the two self-proclaimed republics. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-50369 Name: Bruev Vladislav Leonidovich Spelling variant: БРУЕВ Владислав Леонидович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 1977 POB: Kharkov, Ukraine Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Vladislav Bruev is the Head of the Belarussian Gomel border group. In this capacity he is responsible for supervising the security of the border in the Gomel oblast, including the border between Belarus and Ukraine, and the passage of individuals and goods through this border. Russian troops crossed the border between Belarus and Ukraine in the Gomel oblast during the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: Head of the Gomel border group b) Rank: Colonel Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50379 Name: Eibatov Oleg Anatolyevich Spelling variant: ЭЙБАТОВ Олег Анатольевич (Russian)
Sex: M Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Oleg Eibatov is the Belarussian Head of the Mozyr border detachment. In this capacity he is responsible for supervising the security of the border in the Mozyr area, including the border between Belarus and Ukraine, and the passage of individuals and goods through that border. Russian troops crossed the border between Belarus and Ukraine in the Mozyr area during the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: Head of the Mozyr border detachment b) Rank: Colonel Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50386 Name: Vinnikov Dmitry Alexandrovich Spelling variant: ВИННИКОВ Дмитрий Александрович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 1979 Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Dmitry Vinnikov is the Head of the Belarussian Pinsk border detachment. In this capacity he is responsible for supervising the security of the border in the Pinsk area, including the border between Belarus and Ukraine, and the passage of individuals and goods through this border. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. Russian troops crossed the border between Belarus and Ukraine in the Pinsk area during the Russian military aggression against Ukraine. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: Head of the Pinsk border detachment b) Rank: Colonel Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50394 Name: Pashkevich Aleksandr Spelling variant: Пашкевич Александр (Russian)
Sex: M Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Aleksandr Pashkevich is the Chief of Staff of Belarussian unit 65408/Luninets airfield. In this capacity, he participated in the Russian military build-up at Luninets airfield, which was part of the preparation for and facilitation of the military aggression of 24 Feb 2022. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression against Ukraine. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Chief of Staff of military unit 65408/Luninets airfield Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50400 Name: Lukyanovich Andrei Spelling variant: Лукьянович Андрей (Russian)
Sex: M Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Colonel Lukyanovich Andrei is a military pilot, Deputy Commander of the Belarussian Air Force and Air Defence Forces / Chief of Aviation of Belarus, and Commander of military unit 06752 / Machulischi airfield. In this capacity, he participated in the joint military exercises of Russia and Belarus preceding the military build-up at the Ukrainian border which prepared the military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression against Ukraine. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Military pilot, Colonel, Deputy Commander of the Air Force and Air Defence Forces - Chief of Aviation of Belarus, Commander of military unit 06752/ Machulischi airfield Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50406 Name: Krivets Aleksandr Spelling variant: Кривец Александр (Russian) Sex: M Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Aleksandr Krivets is the Commander of the Belarussian 116th Guards Assault Aviation Radomskaya Red Banner Base/Lida airfield. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression. In this capacity, he participated in the Russian military build-up at Lida airfield prior to the Russian military aggression of 24 Feb 2022. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Commander of the 116th Guards Assault Aviation Radomskaya Red Banner Base/Lida airfield Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50412 Name: Pyzhik Yuri Spelling variant: Пыжик Юрий (Russian)
Sex: M Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Colonel Yuri Pyzhik is a military pilot and Commander of the Belarussian 61st Fighter Air Base / Baranovichi airfield. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression against Ukraine. In this capacity he participated in the joint military exercises of Russia and Belarus preceding the military build-up at the Ukrainian border which prepared the Russian military aggression of 24 Feb 2022. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Military pilot, Colonel, Commander of military unit 54804, Commander of the 61st Fighter Air Base / Baranovichi airfield Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50418 Name: Kupriyanyuk Vladimir Nikolaevich Spelling variant: КУПРИЯНЮК Владимир Николаевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 11 Jul 1972 POB: village of Kamenyuki, Kamenetsky district, Brest Region (Brest Oblast), Belarus Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Vladimir Nikolaevich Kupryanyuk is the Chief of Staff and First Deputy Commander of the Belarussian Western Operational Command. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression. In this position he is responsible for the participation of the troops under his command in the joint Belarussian- Russian military exercises preceding the military build-up at the Ukrainian border which prepared and facilitated the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Chief of Staff - First Deputy Commander of the Western Operational Command Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50427 Name: Nekrashevich Andrei Konstantinovich Spelling variant: НЕКРАШЕВИЧ Андрей Константинович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 1 Jan 1968 POB: Gomel oblast Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Andrei Konstantinovich Nekrashevich is the Chief of the Belarussian Main Directorate of Combat Training of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. In this position he is responsible for overseeing the joint combat training of Belarussian Armed Forces and armed forces of foreign states. He publicly praised the joint Belarussian-Russian military exercises, which prepared and facilitated the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022 . He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: Chief of the Main Directorate of Combat Training of the Armed Forces b) Rank: Major General Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50437 Name: Gulevich Viktor Vladimirovich Spelling variant: ГУЛЕВИЧ Виктор Владимирович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 14 May 1969 POB: Velyka Pader, Slutsk district, Minsk region, Belarus Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Viktor Vladimirovich Gulevich is the Chief of the General Staff of the Belarussian Armed Forces - First Deputy Defence Minister of the Republic of Belarus. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression against Ukraine. In this position he supported, supervised and publicly commented on the joint Belarussian-Russian military exercises which prepared and facilitated the Russian military aggression of 24 Feb 2022. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50445 Name: Volfovich Aleksandr Grigoryevich Spelling variant: Вольфович Александр Григорьевич (Russian)
Sex: M Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Volfovich Aleksandr Grigoryevich is the State Secretary of the Security Council of the Republic of Belarus, and according to local military sources has been supervising the military exercise "Allied Resolve 2022", which prepared and facilitated the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: State Secretary of the Security Council Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50451 Name: Zhuk Andrey Sex: M Nationality: Belarus

Justification: Andrey Zhuk is Deputy Minister of Defence of the Republic of Belarus. In this capacity he participated in the joint military exercises of Russia and Belarus preceding the military build-up at the Ukrainian border which prepared and facilitated the Russian military aggression of 24 Feb 2022. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Deputy Minister of Defence of Belarus, Major General Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50457 Name: Simonenko Sergei
Sex: M DOB: 2 Apr 1968 POB: Kostyukovichi, Mogilyov Region
Justification: Sergei Simonenko is Major General, Deputy Minister of Defence for Armament, Chief of Armament of the Republic of Belarus. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported and facilitated the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022, in particular by hosting and participating in joint exercises of the armed forces of Belarus and Russia in the weeks preceding the armed aggression. In his position as Major General and Deputy Minister of Defence for Armament of the Republic of Belarus, Sergei Simonenko is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Major General, Deputy Minister of Defence for Armament, Chief of Armament Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50465 Name: Burdyko Andrei
Sex: M POB: Pleshchenitsy, Minsk region
Justification: Andrei Burdyko is Major General, Deputy Minister of Defence for Logistics, Chief of Logistics, of the Republic of Belarus. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported and facilitated the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022, in particular by hosting and participating in joint exercises of the armed forces of Belarus and Russia in the weeks preceding the military aggression. In his position as Major General and Deputy Minister of Defence for Logistics of the Republic of Belarus, Andrei Burdyko is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Major General, Deputy Minister of Defence for Logistics, Chief of Logistics Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50472 Name: Rogashchuk Nikolai Mikhailovich Spelling variant: РОГАЩУК Николай Михайлович (Russian)
Sex: M
Justification: a) Nikolai Rogashchuk is the presidential aide to Aliksandr Lukashenka and the inspector for the Gomel region. In this function, he provided support for the joint Russian- Belarussian military exercises which prepared the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. b) He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50477 Name: Denisenko Vadim Ivanovich Spelling variant: ДЕНИСЕНКО Вадим Иванович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 3 Sep 1967 POB: Budapest, Hungary Nationality: Belarus
Justification: Vadim Denisenko is Major General, Commander of the Special Operations Forces. In this capacity, he participated in the joint military exercises of Russia and Belarus preceding the military build-up at the Ukrainian border which prepared the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression against Ukraine. He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Major General, Commander of the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50486 Name: Lozitsky Aleksandr Spelling variant: ЛОЗИЦКИЙ Александр (Russian)
Sex: M Nationality: Belarus
Justification: a) Aleksandr Lozitsky is a Lieutenant Colonel of the Belarussian military and Commander of unit 65408 / Luninets airfield. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression against Ukraine. In this capacity, he participated in the joint military exercises of Russia and Belarus preceding the military build-up at the Ukrainian border which prepared the Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. b) He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Lieutenant Colonel, Commander of unit 65408 / Luninets airfield Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50493 Name: Demidenko Igor Viktorovich Spelling variant: ДЕМИДЕНКО Игорь Викторович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 5 Feb 1971 POB: Mogilev, Belarus Nationality: Belarus
Justification: a) Igor Viktorovich Demidenko is Major General Commander of the Western Operational Command of the Republic of Belarus. He is part of the Belarussian army, which has supported Russian military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. In this position, he is responsible for the participation of the troops under his command in the joint Belarussian-Russian military exercises, which prepared and facilitated the Russian military aggression against Ukraine. He also took part and supervised the participation of his troops in these exercises. b) Igor Viktorovich Demidenko is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Major General Commander of the Western Operational Command Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50502 Name: Shuleyko Yuri Vitoldovich
Sex: M DOB: 1968 POB: Kozlovshchina in the Dyatlovo District, Grodno Oblast Good quality a.k.a.: Yury Vitoldovich Shuleiko
Justification: a) Yuri Vitoldovich Shuleyko is Chairman of the Brest Regional Executive Committee. In this capacity, he is responsible for mobilisation and civil defence as well as his interaction with military organisations, including at a time of joint Russian-Belarus military exercises taking place near Brest in the build-up to Russia's military aggression against Ukraine of 24 Feb 2022. b) He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Phone number: (+375 162) 21-23-32 Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-50512 Name: Krupko Ivan Ivanovich Spelling variant: КРУПКО Иван Иванович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 23 Jul 1974 POB: village of Burdevichi, Korelichi District, Belarus Nationality: Belarus
Justification: a) Ivan Ivanovich Krupko is the Chairman of the Gomel Regional Executive Committee. In this position, he is responsible for overseeing the interactions between local executive and administrative bodies of the region with military authorities, as well as implementing defence and state security issues. Joint Russian-Belarussian military exercises, which preceded the Russian military aggression against Ukraine, took place in the Gomel Region. b) He is therefore responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Chairman of the Gomel Regional Executive Committee Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50751 Name: Sechin Igor Ivanovich Spelling variant: СЕЧИН Игорь Иванович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 7 Sep 1960 POB: St. Petersburg (f.k.a. Leningrad), Russian Federation Nationality: Russian Federation
Justification: a) Igor Sechin is CEO of Rosneft, Russian state oil company and one of the world's largest crude oil producers. He is one of Vladimir Putin’s most trusted and closest advisors, as well as his personal friend. He has been in contact with the Russian President on a daily basis. He is considered to be one of the most powerful members of the Russian political elite. His connections to Vladimir Putin are long and deep. He worked with the President in the St Petersburg mayor’s office in the 1990s and has proved his loyalty ever since. In 1999 Mr Sechin became Vladimir Putin’s deputy head of his administration, in 2008 deputy Prime Minister, and in 2012 Rosneft’s CEO. He is one of the Russian oligarchs operating in partnership with the Russian state. b) He is among those people from Putin’s circle who receive financial gains and important assignments in return for subordination and loyalty. He has been tasked with important and difficult tasks by the President and rewarded with Rosneft leadership and great wealth. Igor Sechin’s Rosneft was involved in financing the vineyards of the palace complex near Gelendzhik, which is considered to be personally used by President Putin. c) Therefore he actively supported materially or financially and benefited from Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine. d) Furthermore, Rosneft Aero, a subsidiary of Rosneft of which Mr Sechin is CEO, delivers jet fuel to the Simferopol Airport which provides air flight connection between the territory of the illegally annexed Crimea and Sevastopol and Russia. Therefore he is supporting the consolidation of the illegally annexed Crimean peninsula into the Russian Federation, which in turn further undermines the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50762 Name: Tokarev Nikolay Petrovich Spelling variant: ТОКАРЕВ Николай Петрович (Russian)
DOB: 20 Dec 1950 POB: Karaganda, Kazakhstan
Justification: a) Nikolay Tokarev is CEO of Transneft, major Russian oil and gas company. He is Vladimir Putin’s long-time acquaintance and close associate. He served together with Putin in the KGB in 1980s. Mr Tokarev is one of the Russian state oligarchs who assumed control over large state assets in the 2000s as President Putin consolidated power, and who operate in close partnership with the Russian state. Mr Tokarev has been in charge of Transneft, one of Russia’s most important government-controlled companies, which transports considerable amount of Russian oil through a well-developed oil pipelines network. b) Nikolay Tokarev’s Transneft is one of the main sponsors of the palace complex near Gelendzhik which is widely considered to be personally used by President Putin. He benefits from his proximity to the Russian authorities. Close relatives and acquaintances of Mr Tokarev enriched themselves thanks to contracts signed with the state-owned companies. c) Therefore he actively supported materially or financially and benefited from Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50771 Name: Usmanov Alisher Spelling variant: a) УСМАНОВ Алишер Бурханович (Russian) b) Usmonov Alisher (Uzbek)
DOB: 9 Sep 1953 POB: Chust, Uzbekistan
Justification: a) Alisher Usmanov is pro-Kremlin oligarch with particularly close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. He has been referred to as one of Vladimir Putin’s favorite oligarchs. He is considered to be one of Russia’s businessmen-officials, who were entrusted with servicing financial flows, but their positions depend on the will of the President. Mr Usmanov has reportedly fronted for President Putin and solved his business problems. According to FinCEN files he paid $6 million to Vladimir Putin’s influential adviser Valentin Yumashev. Dmitry Medvedev, the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia and former President and Prime Minister of Russia, benefited from the personal use of luxurious residences controlled by Mr Usmanov. b) Therefore he actively supported materially or financially Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine. c) Mr Usmanov has interests in iron ore and steel, media and internet companies. His largest holding is steel giant Metalloinvest. When Mr Usmanov took control of business daily Kommersant, the freedom of the editorial staff was curtailed and the newspaper took a manifestly pro-Kremlin stance. The Kommersant under Mr Usmanov’s ownership published a propagandist anti-Ukrainian article by Dmitry Medvedev, in which the former President of Russia argued that it was meaningless to engage in talks with the current Ukrainian authorities, who in his opinion were under direct foreign control. d) Therefore he actively supported the Russian government’s policies of destabilisation of Ukraine. Other information: Function: Russian oligarch Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50782 Name: Aven Petr Olegovich Spelling variant: АВЕН Пëтр Олегович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 16 Mar 1955 POB: Moscow, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Petr Aven is one of Vladimir Putin’s closest oligarchs. He is an important shareholder of the Alfa Group, which includes one of major Russian banks, Alfa Bank. He is one of approximately 50 wealthy Russian businessmen who regularly meet with Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin. He does not operate independently of the President’s demands. His friendship with Vladimir Putin goes back to the early 1990s. When he was the Minister of Foreign Economic Relations, he helped Vladimir Putin, then deputy mayor of St. Petersburg, with regard to the Sal’ye Commission investigation. He is also known to be an especially close personal friend of the Rosneft chief Igor Sechin, a key Putin ally. Vladimir Putin’s eldest daughter Maria ran a charity project, Alfa-Endo, which was funded by Alfa Bank. b) Mr Aven benefitted from his government connections. He wrote a letter to Vladimir Putin complaining about the Moscow Arbitration Court’s decision in the legal case concerning interests of one of Mr Aven’s businesses. Vladimir Putin instructed the Prosecutor General of Russia to investigate the case. Vladimir Putin rewarded Alfa Group’s loyalty to the Russian authorities by providing political help to Alfa Group foreign investment plans. c) Mr Aven and his business partner Mikhail Fridman have been engaged in the Kremlin’s efforts to lift the Western sanctions issued to counter Russian aggressive policy against Ukraine. In 2016 Vladimir Putin warned Mr Aven about the prospect that the United States would impose additional sanctions against Aven and/or Alfa-Bank and suggested that he needed to take steps to protect himself and Alfa-Bank, to which Mr Aven complied. In 2018 Mr Aven along with Mr Fridman visited Washington DC on an unofficial mission to convey the Russian government’s message on US sanctions and on counter-sanctions by the Russian Federation. d) Therefore he actively supported materially or financially and benefited from Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine. He also supported actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. Other information: Function: Oligarch close to Vladimir Putin. One of the main shareholders of the Alfa Group Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50792 Name: Fridman Mikhail Maratovich Spelling variant: ФРИДМАН Михаил Маратович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 21 Apr 1964 POB: Lviv, Ukraine
Justification: a) Mikhail Fridman is the founder and one of the main shareholders of the Alfa Group, which includes the major Russian bank Alfa Bank. He has managed to cultivate strong ties to the administration of Vladimir Putin, and has been referred to as a top Russian financier and enabler of Putin’s inner circle. He managed to acquire state assets through government connections. Vladimir Putin’s eldest daughter Maria ran a charity project, Alfa- Endo, which was funded by Alfa Bank. Vladimir Putin rewarded Alfa Group’s loyalty to the Russian authorities by providing political help to Alfa Group foreign investment plans. b) Mr Fridman and his business partner Petr Aven have been engaged in the Kremlin’s efforts to lift the Western sanctions issued to counter Russian aggressive policy against Ukraine. In 2018 Mr Fridman along with Mr Aven visited Washington DC on an unofficial mission to convey the Russian government’s message on US sanctions and on counter-sanctions by the Russian Federation. c) Therefore he actively supported materially or financially and benefited from Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine. He also supported actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50801 Name: Roldugin Sergei Pavlovich Spelling variant: РОЛДУГИН Сергей Павлович (Russian)
DOB: 28 Sep 1951 POB: Sakhalin Oblast
Justification: a) Mr Roldugin is a businessman with close ties to Vladimir Putin. He is part of Putin’s network financial scheme. He owns at least 5 offshore entities and he keeps his assets at Bank Rossiya (sanctioned by the Union), known in Moscow as “Putin’s wallet”. According to the investigation of the ICIJ, Mr Roldugin is responsible for “shuffling” at least 2 billion USD through banks and offshore companies as a part of Putin’s hidden financial network. He also took part in “Troika Laundromat”, and he funneled billions of USD through the system. Moreover, he received more than 69 million USD through companies within the “Troika Laundromat”. b) He is therefore responsible for actively supporting, materially or financially, Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine. Other information: a) Cellist b) Function : businessman, close friend of Vladimir Putin. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50811 Name: Peskov Dmitry Sergeyevich Spelling variant: ПЕСКОВ Дмитрий Сергеевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 17 Oct 1967 POB: Moscow, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Dmitri Peskov is the press secretary of President Putin. He has publically defended the aggressive policy of Russia against Ukraine, including the illegal annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol by the Russian Federation. In numerous statements, he has stressed that the territory of Crimea and Sevastopol is an integral part of Russia, and that its recovery by Ukraine is not possible. He called Ukrainian actions aimed at ending Russian occupation of the Crimean Peninsula a territorial claim against Russia. He has expressed his opinion about the impossibility of negotiations with the Ukrainian authorities, stressing that they are not considered a partner by the Russian side. He stated, contrary to facts, that there were no Russian troops in Donbass. He has also conveyed the message that Western sanctions have no real effect on Russia. He threatened that Russia would issue counter- sanctions in reply. b) Therefore he actively supported actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50818 Name: Chernyshenko Dmitry Nikolaevich Spelling variant: ЧЕРНЫШЕНКО Дмитрий Николаевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 20 Sep 1968 POB: Saratov, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Dmitry Chernyshenko is Deputy Prime Minister of Russia for Tourism, Sport, Culture and Communications and member of the Board of Directors of the Russian Railways, appointed to this position by the Government of the Russian Federation. b) In Oct 2021 Russia started an unprecedented military build-up on or near the Ukrainian border and within Ukraine’s occupied Crimea region. Russian Armed Forces conducted mass-scale military exercises there. This led to the escalation of the conflict and put destabilising pressure on Ukraine. Both military personnel and military equipment of the Russian Armed Forces were transported to the areas near the Ukrainian border by the Russian Railways of which Mr Chernyshenko is a member of the Board of Directors. On 24 Feb 2022 Russia, launched a full-scale military aggression on Ukraine. c) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: Deputy Prime Minister of Russia for Tourism, Sport, Culture and Communications b) Member of the Board of Directors of Russian Railways Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50828 Name: Faizullin Irek Envarovich Spelling variant: ФАЙЗУЛЛИН Ирек Энварович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 8 Dec 1962 POB: Kazan, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Mr Irek Faizullin is Minister of Construction and Housing of Russia and member of the Board of Directors of the Russian Railways, appointed to this position by the Government of the Russian Federation. b) In Oct 2021, Russia started an unprecedented military build-up on or near the Ukrainian border and within Ukraine’s occupied Crimea region. Russian Armed Forces conducted mass-scale military exercises there. This led to the escalation of the conflict and put destabilising pressure on Ukraine. Both military personnel and military equipment of the Russian Armed Forces were transported to the areas near the Ukrainian border by the Russian Railways of which Mr Faizullin is a member of the Board of Directors. c) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: Member of the Board of Directors of the Russian Railways. b) Minister of Construction and Housing of the Russian Federation. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50838 Name: Savelyev Vitaly Gennadyevich Spelling variant: САВЕЛЬЕВ Виталий Геннадьевич (Russian)
DOB: 18 Jan 1954 POB: Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Justification: a) Vitaly Savelyev is Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation and member of the Board of Directors of the Russian Railways, appointed to this position by the Government of the Russian Federation. He is the former CEO of Aeroflot. b) In Oct 2021, Russia started an unprecedented military build-up on or near the Ukrainian border and within Ukraine’s occupied Crimea region. Russian Armed Forces conducted mass-scale military exercises there. This led to the escalation of the conflict and put destabilising pressure on Ukraine. Both military personnel and military equipment of the Russian Armed Forces were transported to the areas near the Ukrainian border by the Russian Railways of which Mr Savelyev is a member of the Board of Directors. c) What is more, Aeroflot under Mr Savelyev’s leadership provided regular passenger air transportation between Russian airports and Simferopol international airport, and therefore supported the consolidation of the illegally annexed Crimean peninsula into the Russian Federation, which in turn further undermined the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. d) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Member of the Board of Directors of the Russian Railways. Minister of Transport of Russia since 2020, former CEO of Aeroflot Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50848 Name: Turchak Andrey Anatolyevich Spelling variant: ТУРЧАК Андрей Анатольевич (Russian)
DOB: 20 Dec 1975 POB: St. Petersburg (f.k.a. Leningrad), Russian Federation Justification: a) Andrey Turchak is secretary of the General Council of United Russia party and first deputy speaker of the Federation Council. His political success is associated with his father, Anatoly Turchak, who trained judo with Vladimir Putin and the Rotenberg brothers. He promoted a positive attitude to the recognition of the separatist so-called “People’s republics” of Donetsk and Luhansk. b) He called on the Russian authorities to provide the pro-Russian separatist forces in the Donbas region with advanced weapons. He publically stated that it was impossible to solve the Donbas conflict in a peaceful manner with the Ukrainian authorities. He expressed unfounded claims about a planned Ukrainian military offensive in Donbas. He led negotiations with Denis Pushilin, head of the separatist so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic”. He visited a mobilisation point of the separatist armed forces in the frontline zone of Donbass to personally congratulate the soldiers of the separatist so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic” on Defender of the Fatherland Day. He publically defended Russia’s decision to recognise the separatist Donbas “republics”. He stated that Russia is indifferent to Western sanctions. c) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing, actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: Secretary of the general council of the United Russia party b) First deputy speaker of the Federation Council. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50858 Name: Keosayan Tigran Edmondovich Spelling variant: КЕОСАЯН Тигран Эдмондович (Russian)
DOB: 4 Jan 1966 POB: Moscow, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Mr Tigran Keosayan is a film director and journalist who has spread anti- Ukrainian propaganda in the Russian media. In his state-funded TV show “International Sawmill with Tigran Keosayan”, he consistently portrayed Ukraine as a weak and corrupt country, which had been maintained solely thanks to Western help. He suggested that the Ukrainian authorities were not legitimate. He repeatedly stated that Crimea belonged to Russia, and that Donbas was not part of Ukraine. Mr Keosayan participated in the “Russian Donbas” forum which was organised by the authorities of the so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic” in Donetsk with an aim to spread the doctrine of “Russian Donbas”. He publicly accused Ukraine of escalating the conflict. b) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing, actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. c) TV show “International Sawmill with Tigran Keosayan” received funding from Russian state-owned companies, which was unjustified on commercial grounds, but was granted as a reward to Mr Keosayan for his propagandist efforts and for his loyalty to Vladimir Putin. Mr Keosayan directed a propagandist film “The Crimean Bridge. Made with Love!”, which glorified the Crimean Bridge which connects the territory of the illegally annexed Crimean Peninsula to Russia. The film was reportedly conceived as a gift to President Putin. Alexei Gromov, first deputy head of the presidential administration, helped to ensure state funding for the film, thanks to which Mr Keosayan achieved financial profit. d) Therefore he benefitted from Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine. Other information: Function: Actor and director, host of the propagandist TV show on political affairs on NTV channel, called “International Sawmill with Tigran Keosayan”. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50868 Name: Skabeyeva Olga Vladimirovna Spelling variant: СКАБЕЕВА Ольга Владимировна (Russian)
Sex: W DOB: 11 Dec 1984 POB: Volzhsky, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Ms. Olga Skabeyeva is a journalist of the state-owned TV station Rossiya- 1. Together with her husband Yevgeniy Popov, she hosts the most popular political talk- show in Russia, “60 Minutes”, where she has spread anti-Ukrainian propaganda, and promoted a positive attitude to the annexation of Crimea and the actions of separatists in Donbas. b) In her TV show she consistently portrayed the situation in Ukraine in a biased manner, depicting the country as an artificial state, sustained both militarily and financially by the West and thus – a Western satellite and tool in NATO’s hands. She has also diminished Ukraine’s role to “modern anti-Russia”. Moreover, she has frequently invited such guests as Mr Eduard Basurin, the Press Secretary of the Military Command of so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic” and Mr Denis Pushilin, head of the so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic”. She expelled a guest who did not comply with Russian propaganda narrative lines, such as “Russian world” ideology. Ms. Skabeyeva appears to be conscious of her cynical role in the Russian propaganda machine, together with her husband. c) Therefore, she is responsible for actively supporting or implementing, actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: Co-founder and editor-in-chief of the REGNUM portal; b) Function: Journalist of the state-owned TV Rossiya- 1, leading a political talk-show “60 minutes” (together with her husband Yevgeniy Popov) – the most popular talk-show in Russia) Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50879 Name: Ponomarenko Alexander Spelling variant: ПОНОМАРEНКО Алексaндр Анатольевич (Russian)
DOB: 27 Oct 1964 POB: Bilohirsk, Ukraine
Justification: a) Alexander Ponomarenko is a Russian oligarch and Chairman of the Board of Sheremetyevo International Airport. Mr Ponomarenko has close links to other oligarchs associated with Vladimir Putin, as well as Sergey Aksyonov, leader of the so-called “Republic of Crimea” on the territory of the illegally annexed Crimean Peninsula. He was involved in the financing of the palace complex near Gelendzhik, which is considered to be personally used by President Putin. b) Therefore he actively supported materially or financially Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine. Other information: Function: Russian oligarch, Chairman of the Board of Sheremetyevo International Airport Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50888 Name: Kolerov Modest Alexeyevich Spelling variant: КОЛЕРОВ Модест Алексеевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 12 Apr 1963 POB: Kimovsk, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Modest Kolerov is co-founder and editor-in-chief of the REGNUM portal, which he has used to spread aggressive and biased propagandist narratives against Ukraine, and to promote a positive attitude to the annexation of Crimea and the actions of separatists in Donbas. He often depicted Ukraine as fascist or neo-Nazi country, and a pro- Western puppet. He stated that Ukraine had been artificially created by Lenin and Stalin. According to his publications, Ukraine owes its independence to Russia and thus it deserves no right to be a sovereign state. He also suggested that Russia should put an end to Ukraine’s existence. b) Furthermore, he proposed to divide Ukraine between its neighbours and threatened that an independent Ukraine would be a threat to Russia. He actively advocated for the recognition of so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Luhansk People’s Republic”, and for more Russian actions in favor of the separatists in Eastern Ukraine. He negated proof of Russian military support for the separatists, and depicted the OSCE’s mission in Eastern Ukraine, as biased and subordinate to Kyiv. c) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing, actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine, and for obstructing the work of international organisations in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Co-founder and editor-in-chief of the REGNUM portal, which specializes in the post-Soviet area. From 2005 to 2007 he worked in the Presidential Administration. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50898 Name: Babayan Roman Georgievich Spelling variant: БАБАЯН Роман Георгиевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 7 Dec 1967 POB: Baku, Azerbaijan
Justification: a) Mr Roman Babayan is a journalist and member of Moscow City Duma. He hosts the “Own Truth” TV show on NTV channel and “Right of Voice” show on TV Cent. He is also an editor-in-chief of “Moscow Speaks” radio. He has spread anti-Ukrainian propaganda and promoted a positive attitude to the actions of separatists in Donbas. b) In interview he gave to Ukraina.ru, he clearly stated that every inhabitant of Donbas would prefer the region to join Russia, and questioned Ukraine's right to its own territories. Furthermore, he accused Ukrainian authorities of nationality-based persecutions in Donbas and a de facto genocide, and said that Ukrainians had killed children and elderly people in Donbas. He also supported the Russian narrative about the “fascist regime” in Ukraine. In order to do this he presented an indistinct recording with soldiers bearing the Nazi German naval ensign, describing them as Ukrainians. c) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing, actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Journalist, host of the “Own Truth” TV show on NTV channel and “Right of Voice” on TV Cent. He is also editor-in-chief of “Moscow Speaks” radio. He is also member of Moscow City Duma. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50908 Name: Prilepin Yevgeniy Nikolaevich Spelling variant: ПРИЛЕПИН Евгений Николаевич (Russian)
DOB: 7 Jul 1975 POB: Il’inka, Russian Federation Good quality a.k.a.: a) Zakhar Prilepin (Захар ПРИЛЕПИН) b) Yevgeniy Lavlinskiy (Евгений ЛАВЛИНСКИЙ)
Justification: a) Mr Prilepin is a Russian activist, journalist, writer and co-chairman of A Just Russia – Patriots – For Truth party. He expressed his public support to the Russian separatists in Crimea and Donbas. He sent aid to Donetsk and advised the separatist leaders. He participated in the Donbas conflict on the separatist side, serving as a deputy commander of one of the separatist battalions, and described his involvement in details. b) Furthermore, he used his fame and reputation as a famous writer to spread anti-Ukrainian propaganda, and to promote a positive attitude to the annexation of Crimea and the actions of separatists in Donbas. Mr Prilepin depicted Ukrainian authorities as corrupt, blamed them for the escalation of conflict, called Kyiv a Russian city and stated that the ultimate Russian goal should be to capture Kyiv. He starred in Russian documentary propagandist film "Crimea: The Way Home," which glorified the illegal annexation of the Crimean Peninsula by Russia. c) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing, actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Journalist, writer, co-chairman of A Just Russia – Patriots – For Truth party, activist. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50920 Name: Krasovsky Anton Vyacheslavovich Spelling variant: КРАСОВСКИЙ Антон Вячеславович (Russian)
DOB: 18 Jul 1975 POB: Podolsk, Russian Federation Good quality a.k.a.: Anton Vyacheslavovich Kuznetsov-Krasovsky (Антон Вячеславович КУЗНЕЦОВ-КРАСОВСКИЙ) Justification: a) Mr Anton Krasovsky is a journalist, who hosts the “The Antonyms” talk show on RT, Russian state-funded TV channel. He has spread anti-Ukrainian propaganda. He called Ukraine a Russian land and denigrated Ukrainians as a nation. He also threatened Ukraine with Russian invasion if Ukraine was any closer to join NATO. He suggested that such action would end up in “taking away” the constitution of Ukraine and “burning it on Khreshchatyk” together. Furthermore, he suggested that Ukraine should join Russia. b) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing, actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Activist, journalist, propagandist, host of a talk show named “The Antonyms” on RT, Russian state- funded TV channel Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50930 Name: Mamontov Arkady Viktorovich Spelling variant: МАМОНТОВ Аркадий Викторович (Russian)
DOB: 26 May 1962 POB: Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Mr Arkady Mamontov is host of the television show “Author’s Program of Arkady Mamontov” and author of documentary films for Russian TV. He has spread anti- Ukrainian propaganda. b) He directed a propagandist film in support of the illegal annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol, in which he portrayed Ukrainian rule prior to the illegal annexation as chaotic and full of anarchy. In his films he depicted Ukraine as a centre of neo-Nazism, fascism, nationalism and anti-Russian sentiment. He exaggerated the role of far-right organisations in Ukraine. He accused Ukraine of discriminatory policies against Russian culture and language in Ukraine. He undermined the credibility and legitimacy of Ukrainian authorities by suggesting that Euromaidan was a coup d’état inspired from abroad, and that the Ukrainian government was dependent on the United States of America. c) Therefore, he is responsible for actively supporting or implementing, actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: TV journalist and TV presenter, host of the TV show “Author’s Program of Arkady Mamontov” on Rossiya-1 TV channel, author of documentary movies. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50939 Name: Pinchuk Sergei Mikhailovich Spelling variant: ПИНЧУК Сергей Михайлович (Russian)
DOB: 26 Jul 1971 POB: Sevastopol, Ukraine
Justification: a) Sergey Pinchuk is vice-admiral and first deputy commander in chief of the Black Sea Fleet, which is subordinated to the Southern Military District of the Russian Armed Forces, and has been involved in military actions against Ukraine. b) Since mid-Oct 2021, Russian military forces have started an unprecedented military build-up on or near the Ukrainian border and within Ukraine’s occupied Crimea region. In this respect many observers and policymakers have expressed concerns about a possible new Russian invasion of Ukraine or other aggressive actions. Forces of the Black Sea Fleet took part in mass-scale military drills near and within Ukraine’s borders. c) After Vladimir Putin’s decision to recognise the so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Luhansk People’s Republic” soldiers of the Southern Military District entered the territory of those two self-proclaimed republics. When on 24 Feb 2022 Russia launched a full-scale military invasion on Ukraine, Russian troops of the Black Sea Fleet carried out landing operation in Mariupol and Odessa. d) Therefore, Sergei Pinchuk is responsible for actively supporting or implementing actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Vice-admiral, first deputy commander in chief of the Black Sea Fleet Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50949 Name: Avdeev Alexey Yurevich Spelling variant: АВДЕЕВ Алексей Юрьевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 17 May 1967 POB: Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Justification: a) Alexey Avdeev is deputy commander of Russia’s Southern Military District, which has been involved in military actions against Ukraine. b) Ukraine has lately become the main target of the Southern Military District. Because of that, the new 8th Army was formed and the District’s presence on the territory of illegally annexed Crimean peninsula was expanded. Since mid-Oct 2021, Russian military forces have started an unprecedented military build-up on or near the Ukrainian border and within Ukraine’s occupied Crimea region. In this respect many observers and policymakers have expressed concerns about a possible new Russian invasion of Ukraine or other aggressive actions. Troops from the Southern Military District have conducted military drills in areas encircling Ukraine and have moved artillery and battalion tactical groups into the Crimean peninsula. After Vladimir Putin’s decision to recognise the so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Luhansk People’s Republic” soldiers of the Southern Military District entered the territory of these two self-proclaimed republics. The Southern Military District also supervised military exercises of the armed forces of the separatist “republics”. c) Therefore, Alexey Avdeev is responsible for actively supporting or implementing actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Lieutenant General, Deputy commander of the Southern Military District Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50958 Name: Muradov Rustam Usmanovich Spelling variant: МУРАДОВ Рустам Усманович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 21 Mar 1973 POB: Dagestan, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Rustam Muradov is Lieutenant General and deputy commander of the Southern Military District, which has been involved in military actions against Ukraine. b) Ukraine has lately become the main target of the Southern Military District. Because of that, the new 8th Army was formed and the District’s presence on the territory of illegally annexed Crimean peninsula was expanded. Since mid-October 2021, Russian military forces have started an unprecedented military build-up on or near the Ukrainian border and within Ukraine’s occupied Crimea region. In this respect many observers and policymakers have expressed concerns about a possible new Russian invasion of Ukraine or other aggressive actions. Troops from the Southern Military District have conducted military drills in areas encircling Ukraine and have moved artillery and battalion tactical groups into the Crimean peninsula. The Southern Military District also supervised military exercises of the armed forces of the separatist “republics”. After Vladimir Putin’s decision to recognise the so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Luhansk People’s Republic” soldiers of the Southern Military District entered the territory of these two self-proclaimed republics. On 24 Feb 2022, Russia launched a full-scale military invasion on Ukraine. c) Therefore, Rustam Muradov is responsible for actively supporting or implementing actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Lieutenant General, Deputy commander of the Southern Military District Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50968 Name: Sychevoy Andrey Ivanovich Spelling variant: СЫЧЕВОЙ Андрей Иванович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 16 May 1969 POB: village of Troitskaya, Krymsky District, Krasnodar Territory, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Andrey Sychevoy is lieutenant general and commander of the 8th Guards Combined Arms Army of the Southern Military District, which has been involved in military actions against Ukraine. b) Ukraine has lately become the main target of the Southern Military District. Because of that new 8th Army was formed and District’s presence on the territory of illegally annexed Crimean peninsula was expanded. Since mid-Oct 2021, Russian military forces have started an unprecedented military build-up on or near the Ukrainian border and within Ukraine’s occupied Crimea region. In this respect many observers and policymakers have expressed concerns about a possible new Russian invasion of Ukraine or other aggressive actions. Troops from the Southern Military District have conducted military drills in areas encircling Ukraine and have moved artillery and battalion tactical groups into the Crimean peninsula. The Southern Military District also supervised military exercises of the armed forces of the separatist “republics”. After Vladimir Putin’s decision to recognise the so-called “Donetsk People’s Republic” and “Luhansk People’s Republic” soldiers of the Southern Military District entered the territory of these two self-proclaimed republics. On 24 Feb 2022, Russia launched a full-scale military invasion on Ukraine. c) Therefore, Andrey Sychevoy is responsible for actively supporting or implementing actions or policies which undermine or threaten the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: Function: Lieutenant General, Commander of the 8th Guards Combined Arms Army of the Southern Military District Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50978 Name: Timchenko Gennady Nikolayevich Spelling variant: ТИМЧЕНКО Геннадий Николаевич (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 9 Nov 1952 POB: Gyumri (f.k.a. Leninakan), Armenia Nationality: a) Armenia b) Russian Federation c) Finland
Justification: a) Gennady Timchenko is a long-time acquaintance of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and is broadly described as one of his confidants. b) He is benefiting from his links with Russian decision-makers. He is founder and shareholder of the Volga Group, an investing group with a portfolio of investments in key-sectors of the Russian economy. The Volga Group contributes significantly to the Russian economy and its development. c) He is also a shareholder of Bank Rossiya which is considered the personal bank of Senior Officials of the Russian Federation. Since the illegal annexation of Crimea, Bank Rossiya has opened branches across Crimea and Sevastopol, thereby consolidating their integration into the Russian Federation. d) Furthermore, Bank Rossiya has important stakes in the National Media Group which in turn controls television stations which actively support the Russian government’s policies of destabilisation of Ukraine. e) He is therefore responsible for supporting actions and policies which undermine the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. f) He is also responsible for providing financial and material support, and benefiting from Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine. Other information: Function: Owner of the private investment group Volga Group Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50994 Name: Mordaschov Alexey Alexandrovits Spelling variant: МОРДАШОВ Алексей Александрович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 26 Sep 1965 POB: Cherepovets, Russian Federation Nationality: Russian Federation
Justification: a) Alexey Mordaschov is benefiting from his links with Russian decision- makers. He is chairman of the company Severgroup. This company is a shareholder of Bank Rossiya, of which he owned around 5,4 % in 2017 and which is considered the personal bank of Senior Officials of the Russian Federation. Since the illegal annexation of Crimea, Bank Rossiya has opened branches across Crimea and Sevastopol, thereby consolidating their integration into the Russian Federation. b) Furthermore, Severgroup has considerable stakes in the National Media Group which in turn controls television stations which actively support the Russian government’s policies of destabilisation of Ukraine. c) Additionally, Severgroup is owner of the company JSC Power machines which is responsible for selling four wind turbines to the occupied Crimean peninsula. d) He is therefore responsible for supporting actions and policies which undermine the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. e) He is also responsible for providing financial and material support, and benefiting from Russian decision-makers responsible for the annexation of Crimea and the destabilisation of Ukraine Other information: a) Function: Chairman of Severstal and Severgroup b) Associates: Yuriy Kovalchuk; Nikolay Shamalov Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-51008 Name: Fradkov Peter Mikhaylovich Spelling variant: ФРАДКОВ Петр Михайлович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 7 Feb 1978 POB: Moscow, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Petr Fradkov is the chairman of the PJSC Promsvyazbank and the sole executive body of the bank. Promsvyazbank is a Russian State-owned bank, which provides financial support to the Russian defence sector and the Russian Military, which is responsible for the massive deployment of Russian troops along the border with Ukraine and for the presence of Russian troops in the Crimean peninsula. b) Promsvyazbank is directly instructed by the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, and therefore provides financial and material support to Russian decision-makers responsible for the destabilization of Ukraine and the illegal annexation of Crimea. c) Promsvyazbank operates in the Crimean Peninsula. d) He is therefore, as chairman of Promsvyazbank, responsible for supporting actions and policies which undermine the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. Other information: Function: Chairman of the PJSC Promsvyazbank Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

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SSID: 175-51018 Name: Gas Industry Insurance Company SOGAZ Spelling variant: кционерное общество «Страховое общество газовой промышленности» АО «СОГАЗ» (Russian)
Address: Sakharov boulevard 10, Moscow, 107078, Russian Federation
Justification: Joint stock company «Gas Industry Insurance Company SOGAZ » insured the construction of the railway infrastructure connecting the bridge over the Kerch Strait and the Port of Taman and reinsured the construction of the bridge over the Kerch Strait. Therefore it supported the consolidation of the illegally annexed Crimean peninsula into the Russian Federation, which in turn further undermined the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. Other information: a) Telephone: +7 8(495) 234-44-24; +7 8 800 333 0 888 b) Website: https://sogaz.ru c) Email: sogaz@sogaz.ru ; cf@sogaz.ru Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

designated under the Switzerland Ukraine-related financial sanctions, and amended listings:

Individuals
SSID: 175-49812 Name: Putin Vladimir Vladimirovich Spelling variant: ПУ́ ТИН Влади́ мир Влади́мирович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 7 Oct 1952 POB: Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

Justification: a) Vladimir Putin is the President of the Russian Federation. On 22 Feb 2022, he signed a decree recognising the "independence and sovereignty" of the non-government- controlled areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine, and ordered the Russian armed forces into those areas. On 24 Feb 2022, he ordered a military operation in Ukraine and Russian armed forces began an attack on Ukraine. That attack is a blatant violation of the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. Vladimir Putin is responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in UkraineFederation. b) On 22 Feb 2022, he signed a decree recognising the "independence and sovereignty" of the non-government-controlled areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine, and ordered the Russian armed forces into those areas. c) On 24 Feb 2022, he ordered a military operation in Ukraine and Russian armed forces began an attack on Ukraine. That attack is a blatant violation of the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine. d) Vladimir Putin is responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: President of the Russian Federation b) NOT SUBJECT TO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 29(1) Modifications: Listed on 28 Feb 2022, amended on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-49825 Name: Lavrov Sergey Viktorovich Spelling variant: ЛАВРОВ Сергей Викторович (Russian)
Sex: M DOB: 21 Mar 1950 POB: Moscow, Russian Federation
Justification: a) Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. As a member of the Russian Security Council, supported Russia’s immediate recognition of the two self- proclaimed republics. Sergey Lavrov is responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in UkraineFederation. b) As a member of the Russian Security Council, supported Russia’s immediate recognition of the two self-proclaimed republics. c) Sergey Lavrov is responsible for and actively supporting actions undermining the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, as well as stability and security in Ukraine. Other information: a) Function: Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation b) NOT SUBJECT TO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 29(1) Modifications: Listed on 28 Feb 2022, amended on 4 Mar 2022

The following were removed from financial markets restrictions:v

SSID: 175-29266 Name: Rosneft
Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014, de-listed on 4 Mar 2022 SSID: 175-29269 Name: Transneft
Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014, de-listed on 4 Mar 2022 SSID: 175-29272 Name: Gazprom Neft
Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014, de-listed on 4 Mar 2022 SSID: 175-29436 Name: OPK Oboronprom
Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014, de-listed on 4 Mar 2022 SSID: 175-29439 Name: United Aircraft Corporation
Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014, de-listed on 4 Mar 2022 SSID: 175-29442 Name: Uralvagonzavod
Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014, de-listed on 4 Mar 2022

Additionally, the following were listed under “final recipient” sanctions – I’m guessing they cannot receive certain exports, but I have not had the chance to look at the referenced regulations:

SSID: 175-50537 Name: Admiralty Shipyard JSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50540 Name: Aleksandrov Scientific Research Technological Institute NITI Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50543 Name: Argut OOO Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50546 Name: Communication center of the Ministry of Defense Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50549 Name: Federal Research Center Boreskov Institute of Catalysis Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-50552 Name: Federal State Budgetary Enterprise of the Administration of the President of Russia
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50558 Name: Federal State Unitary Enterprise Dukhov Automatics Research Institute
Good quality a.k.a.: VNIIA
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50562 Name: Federal State Budgetary Enterprise Special Flight Unit Rossiya of the Administration of the President of Russia
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50565 Name: Foreign Intelligence Service Good quality a.k.a.: SVR
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50569 Name: Forensic Center of Nizhniy Novgorod Region Main Directorate of the Ministry of Interior Affairs
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50572 Name: International Center for Quantum Optics and Quantum Technologies
Good quality a.k.a.: The Russian Quantum Center
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50576 Name: Irkut Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50579 Name: Irkut Research and Production Corporation Public Joint Stock Company
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50582 Name: Joint Stock Company Scientific Research Institute of Computing Machinery
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50585 Name: JSC Central Research Institute of Machine Building Good quality a.k.a.: JSC TsNIIMash
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50589 Name: JSC Kazan Helicopter Plant Repair Service Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50592 Name: JSC Shipyard Zaliv Good quality a.k.a.: Zaliv Shipbuilding yard Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50596 Name: JSC Rocket and Space Centre – Progress Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-50599 Name: Kamensk-Uralsky Metallurgical Works J.S. Co. Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50602 Name: Kazan Helicopter Plant PJSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50605 Name: Komsomolsk-na-Amur Aviation Production Organization Good quality a.k.a.: KNAAPO
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50609 Name: Ministry of Defence RF Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50612 Name: Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50615 Name: NPO High Precision Systems JSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50618 Name: NPO Splav JSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50621 Name: OPK Oboronprom Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50624 Name: PJSC Beriev Aircraft Company Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50627 Name: PJSC Irkut Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50630 Name: PJSC Kazan Helicopters Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50633 Name: POLYUS Research Institute of M.F. Stelmakh Joint Stock Company
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50636 Name: Promtech-Dubna, JSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50639 Name: Public Joint Stock Company United Aircraft Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50642 Name: Radiotechnical and Information Systems (RTI) Concern Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50645 Name: Rapart Services LLC; Rosoboronexport OJSC Good quality a.k.a.: ROE
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-50649 Name: Rostec
Good quality a.k.a.: Russian Technologies State Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50653 Name: Rostekh – Azimuth Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50656 Name: Russian Aircraft Corporation MiG Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50659 Name: Russian Helicopters JSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50662 Name: SP KVANT
Good quality a.k.a.: Sovmestnoe Predpriyatie Kvantovye Tekhnologii Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50666 Name: Sukhoi Aviation JSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50669 Name: Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50672 Name: Tactical Missiles Corporation JSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50675 Name: Tupolev JSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50678 Name: UEC-Saturn Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50681 Name: United Aircraft Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50684 Name: JSC AeroKompozit Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50687 Name: United Engine Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50690 Name: UEC-Aviadvigatel JSC Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50693 Name: United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50696 Name: United Shipbuilding Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50699 Name: JSC PO Sevmash Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-50702 Name: Krasnoye Sormovo Shipyard Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50705 Name: Severnaya Shipyard Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50708 Name: Shipyard Yantar Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50711 Name: UralVagonZavod Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

And these were added to the financial markets restrictions:

SSID: 175-50726 Name: Almaz-Antey Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50729 Name: Kamaz Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50732 Name: Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50735 Name: Rostec
Good quality a.k.a.: Russian Technologies State Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50739 Name: Russian Railways Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50742 Name: JSC PO Sevmash Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50745 Name: Sovcomflot Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-50748 Name: United Shipbuilding Corporation Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

As were these (looks like these are being broken out by industry, like they are in OFAC’s sectoral sanctions):

SSID: 175-50714 Name: Alfa Bank Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50717 Name: Bank Otkritie Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50720 Name: Bank Rossiya Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-50723 Name: Promsvyazbank Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

And these:

SSID: 175-29266 Name: Rosneft Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014

SSID: 175-29269 Name: Transneft Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014
SSID: 175-29272 Name: Gazprom Neft Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014

And these:

SSID: 175-29436 Name: OPK Oboronprom Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014
SSID: 175-29439 Name: United Aircraft Corporation Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014
SSID: 175-29442 Name: Uralvagonzavod Modifications: Listed on 12 Nov 2014

And they’ve created a list for those blocked from specialized messaging services (e.g. SWIFT):

SSID: 175-51028 Name: Bank Otkritie Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

SSID: 175-51031 Name: Novikombank Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-51034 Name: Promsvyazbank Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-51037 Name: Bank Rossiya Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-51040 Name: Sovcombank Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-51043 Name: Vnesheconombank Good quality a.k.a.: VEB
Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022
SSID: 175-51047 Name: VTB Bank Modifications: Listed on 4 Mar 2022

Links:

FINMA Notice

Data files of updates – PDF, XML

Categories: Russia sanctions Sanctions Lists SECO Updates Sectoral Sanctions Ukraine sanctions

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