The US Treasury includes 300 Russian and foreign individuals and entities supporting Moscow on the new US sanctions list The US Treasury includes 300 Russian and foreign individuals and entities supporting Moscow on the new US sanctions list

The US Treasury includes 300 Russian and foreign individuals and entities supporting Moscow on the new US sanctions list

The US Treasury includes 300 Russian and foreign individuals and entities supporting Moscow on the new US sanctions list
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The US Treasury Department reported in an official statement on Wednesday that the new US sanctions against Moscow affected more than 300 individuals and legal entities in Russia, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.

According to the ministry's statement, Russian factories, research institutes and non-governmental organizations were subject to US restrictions.

The new sanctions list includes the National Settlement and Deposit Center, Novatek Kashira LNG, the Murmansk LNG project, Uralredmet, the heavy truck equipment company affiliated with the Uralvagonzavod plant, the Amur Metallurgical Complex, and the Baltamash company. , Omsk Research Institute of Instrument Engineering, ESCA, Impulse, and Russian Electric Motors Corporation.

The list of sanctions also includes the "Kirov-Energomash" factories, the Murom Mechanical Engineering Plant, the Oboron Avto company, the "Olovinnaya Rudnaya Company" company, the Research Institute of Applied Chemistry, the "Gus Znak" company, the "Morstroi" group, the "Loch" design bureau, and institutes. High technology and high power electronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

The Ministry of Finance reported that the United States extended the sanctions to include the insurance company Sogaz, as well as Gazprom Invest, and the Scientific Center for Robotics and Cyberscience.

The updated list also includes restrictions on Belgorodskaya Sudoverev, Mikami Neft, and Design Partner Microchip.

Since the start of the special military operation in Ukraine, on February 24, 2022, many Western countries have imposed unprecedented sanctions on Russia and provided financial and military support to the Kiev regime.

Western countries, through the material, military and political support they provide to Kiev, seek to obstruct the objectives of the special Russian military operation in Ukraine, but Moscow has stressed on more than one occasion that military operations in Donbass will not stop until all the tasks assigned to them are achieved.

The effects of these sanctions also had a negative impact on the countries that imposed them, leading to an increase in the prices of electricity, fuel, and food in Europe and the United States.

Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed earlier that the policy of containing and weakening Russia is a long-term strategy for the West, and will not be effective, pointing out that the sanctions have dealt a serious blow to the entire global economy, and that the West is looking to destroy the lives of millions of people.

Putin stressed that Russia does not plan to occupy Ukrainian lands, explaining that Russia's goal is to protect people who, over the course of eight years, have been subjected to persecution and genocide by the Kiev regime.

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