The sanctions reportedly include, among other restrictions, mandatory authorization to issue certain financial instruments and grant certain loans, as well as a ban on forming new business relationships and mandatory declaration of existing ones.
As for specific Russians, the judge of the Kievsky District Court of Simferopol, Mikhail Belousov, the chairman of the Kievsky District Court of Simferopol, Andrey Dolgopolov, and the prosecutor, Yevgeny Kolpikov, are included in the sanctions list.
As early as October 11, it was reported that the EU added to the blacklist on the reunification of the peninsula with the Russian Federation. Eight people were included in it, most of whom are judges and prosecutors of Crimea.
At the moment, the list includes 185 individuals and 48 legal entities. It was filled up by officials who are listed in the service in the judicial authorities of Crimea and Sevastopol.
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