London imposed sanctions against the player Lokomotiv and numbers 4 of Forbes – RBC list

Boris Rotenberg

Boris Rotenberg is the son of the co -owner of the SMP Bank, the “fourth number” of the rating of the richest Russians Leonid Michelson is the head of Novatek. ” In total, eight people replenished the British sanctions list

London imposed sanctions against the player Lokomotiv and number 4 of Forbes list

Boris Rotenberg

Great Britain tightened sanctions against Russia, making a number of leaders of Russian companies on sanctions lists. The updated list is given on the website of the Government of the United Kingdom.

London extended restrictions on:

  • Sergey Ivanov, President of AK ALROSA,
  • Boris Rotenberg, defender of the Moscow Football Club Lokomotiv, son of a co -owner and a member of the Board of Directors of the SMP Bank Boris Rotenberg,
  • Andrei Akimov, Chairman of the Board of Gazprombank,
  • Alexander Dyukov, Chairman of the Board and General Director of Gazprom Neft PJSC,
  • Sergey Kogogin, CEO of PJSC KAMAZ,
  • Andrei Guryev, the main owner of Fosagro,
  • Leonid Michelson, chairman of the board of PJSC Novatek,
  • Vyacheslav Kantor, the main owner of the manufacturer of mineral fertilizers Acron.

The sanctions provide for a ban on entering the UK and blocking all assets available on the British territory.

“The general director of Alrosa, Sergei Ivanov, never had assets abroad,” the company representative told RBC.

Photo: Andrey Lyubimov / RBC

The last time Britain imposed sanctions against Russian businessmen on March 15. Then, former members of the Board of British Investment Group of Letterone, Mikhail Friedman, German Khan (they had left the Council), as well as the chairman of the Board of Directors of Severstal, Dmitry Pumpyansky (after the sanctions of the EU, left the beneficiaries of the beneficiaries. and the board of directors of the pipe metallurgical company), President of Marathon Group (the largest shareholder of the Magnit retail network) Alexander Vinokurov, Andrei Melnichenko (against the background of EU sanctions, he stopped being the owner of the Siberian coal energy company and EuroChem), Dmitry Mazepin (after European sanctions, he sold The control package in Uralhim and left the post of general director) and cellist Sergei Roldugin.

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In total, from March 15, more than 370 Russian citizens and companies fell under British sanctions.In addition, a number of “political allies” by Vladimir Putin were sanctioned, among which the British Foreign Ministry was classified, in particular, the deputy head of the Security Council of Russia and the ex-president of Dmitry Medvedev, the head of government Mikhail Mishustin and Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu. Presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov and the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova were awarded special mention.

In addition, the Secretary of the General Council of United Russia Andrei Turchak, the head of the Russian Guard, Viktor Zolotov, Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, the chief of RT Margarita Simonyan, TV presenter Olga Skabeeva and others fell under the sanctions of Britain.

On March 31, Britain imposed sanctions against the leading television channel of Sergei Brilev, the head of the National Center for the Defense of Russia, Mikhail Minitsev, Gazprom-Media CEO of Alexander Zharov, the Rossiy Today agency, owning the RT brand of TV-News, As well as a number of RT employees and Sputnik agency.

Britain also in March introduced a ban on flights of all Russian aircraft and criminal liability for their landing in the country.

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called the West sanctions illegal and said that the country intends to seek ways to bypass their ways together with Iran and China. Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev noted that the sanctions will return to the Western countries by boomerang without achieving results. According to him, due to restrictions against Russia, the world economy suffers.

The press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov previously stated that the “the largest sanctions load in history” continued on Moscow, the “madness of sanctions hobbies” continues.