The reaction of the defendants, “the Kremlin list»

The reaction of the defendants, “the Kremlin list»

Who said what to find your name in the sanctions list of the U.S. Treasury.

Moscow. 30 Jan. INTERFAX.RU — published earlier Tuesday by the U.S. Treasury, “the Kremlin list” includes the heads of government of the Russian Federation, representatives of major companies, heads of both chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, high-ranking officials.

As previously reported, according to the report submitted to Congress, the list included 96 big business with the state more than $1 billion and 114 officials and heads of state companies. Among them — Dmitry Medvedev, Igor Shuvalov, Anton Siluanov, Maxim Oreshkin, Deputy Prime Minister, Nikolai Nikiforov, Alexei Miller, and Igor Sechin, Herman Gref, Andrey Kostin, Boris Kovalchuk, Sergey Gorkov, Alexey Likhachev, Vitaly Savelyev, Nikolay Tokarev and others.

“Interfax” took comments from some of the defendants in the list of the U.S. Treasury.

Arkady Dvorkovich

Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich and other senior members of the Russian government entered into “the Kremlin list”.

“The Kremlin list” of the U.S. Treasury similar to the book “who is Who in Russian politics”, told reporters Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich.

“I as a member of the government just had to be on this list (…) we Will monitor the situation. It (the list — if) similar to the book “who is Who in Russian politics,” he said.

Dmitry Rogozin

Included in “the Kremlin list” Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin believes that the logic of Washington’s actions are predictable and his “Kremlin report” fit the formula “to scare and force”.

“In that part of the sanctions, which concern restrictions on the export of Russian weapons, I can say the following: the Americans remain true to themselves. They are everywhere and always use the principle of “dvuhhodovki”, first scare the buyers of our arms, and then forced to buy only American weapons,” — said “Interfax” on Tuesday Rogozin.

“I want to eat fish and a chair to sit down”, he added.

Andrei Fursenko

The Russian presidential aide Andrei Fursenko calmly took the “Kremlin report” the United States, noting that the publication of the document will not affect its activities.

“Actually, I’m in the sanctions list for a long time, to be honest, I don’t think something in my work will change dramatically, will continue to live and work,” — said Fursenko, “Interfax”.

“Of course, the hit to the sanctions list is not the most pleasant news, but it’s more of an emotional perception, but nothing else, no one expected, including myself,” said he.