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Effective as of 31 January 2023, Ukraine introduced a new set of personal sanctions against 182 Russian and Belarusian legal entities, mainly transport and leasing companies as well as chemical enterprises, and 3 individuals — citizens of the Russian Federation.[1] The sanctions package, according to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy, is aimed at companies involved in transporting Russian military equipment and soldiers. The Decision imposes extensive sanctions, including asset freeze; ban on trade operations;…

Effective as of 10 and 17 January 2023, Ukraine introduced two sets of personal sanctions targeting 317 individuals, mainly Russian public and media personalities (TV presenters, journalists, artists, singers, bloggers, writers, political scientists, etc.)[1] supporting and justifying the Russian armed aggression against Ukraine. The Decisions impose extensive sanctions, including asset freeze; prohibition on the transfer of technologies and on the rights to objects of intellectual property rights; ban on trade operations; suspension of the performance…

On 20 October 2022, a new set of personal special economic and other restrictive measures (sanctions) became effective (“Decisions”).1 The Decisions impose extensive sanctions restrictions, including asset freezes, restriction on the exit of capital from Ukraine, suspension of the performance of economic and financial obligations, a ban on trade operations, prohibition on participation in privatization and defense procurement as well as securities transactions, a ban on increasing the size of the charter capital of related…

On 10 September 2022, a new set of personal special economic and other restrictive measures (sanctions) became effective (“Decision”).1 The Decision imposes extensive sanctions restrictions, including asset freezes, restriction on the exit of capital from Ukraine, suspension of the performance of economic and financial obligations, a ban on trade operations, prohibition of participation in privatization and leasing of state property, cancellation of visas and licenses, entry bans, etc., upon 606 individuals — Russian politicians and…