London approved the black list of Russian oligarchs
British intelligence agencies intend to increase pressure on Russian businessmen, which intelligence believes to be close to the Kremlin. About it reports The Daily Telegraph. The list included Roman Abramovich, Alisher Usmanov, Oleg Deripaska and Boris and Arkady Rotenberg.
The publication reports that the list was submitted to the Prime Minister Theresa may and she approved it. Now London is going to transmit a document to the intelligence services of allied countries.
The newspaper’s source in the British government said that these persons are going to limit your ability to move freely and work in the UK and other countries. This campaign will be a response to the poisoning of former GRU officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
Earlier it became known that in Russia there are hacker groups who are looking for potential candidates among the citizens for inclusion in the sanctions lists for Europeans and Americans. In particular, we collect information on Bank accounts and payments.
- The U.S. Treasury again delayed the sanctions against the companies of Deripaska
- Usmanov told about the only remaining Russian oligarch