Zelensky imposed new sanctions due to elections in Crimea

President of Ukraine Zelensky imposed sanctions against Crimean candidates to the State Duma

published on his website.

From there it follows that Crimean candidates for State Duma deputies and members of election commissions in the last elections fell under the new sanctions – for example, candidates from the Russian Ecological Party Greens Yuri Stavitsky and Vladimir Sorokin, United Russia deputy Konstantin Bakharev and head of the Crimean election commission Mikhail Malyshev.

In November, Zelensky imposed sanctions against 23 Russian citizens. The corresponding decree was published on the website of the head of state, the document lists 28 people – citizens of Russia and Ukraine, employees of the Russian special services. The sanctions included blocking assets, restricting trade operations, stopping the transit of resources, preventing the withdrawal of capital from Ukraine, stopping the fulfillment of economic obligations, banning participation in privatization and leasing of state property.