Sanctions against Russia
sanctions against Russia
Ukraine will also increase military spending by 17% in 2024, allocating almost all available money for defense.
US President may use the 1977 Act to transfer frozen Russian reserves worth billions of dollars to Ukraine, according to the New York Times.
In 2022, due to Western sanctions, Russia significantly reduced the production of missiles and other weapons. However, by the end of 2022, Moscow's military-industrial manufacturing has practically recovered and has even exceeded its pre-war levels, according to the NYT. It means Moscow has found a way to evade sanctions and export controls.
The European Council extended existing sanctions on Russians for the next 6 months for threatening Ukraine's sovereignty, remaining nearly 1 800 Russians under travel bans and asset freezes until March 2024.
Russia circumvents sanctions and manufactures missiles from imported components.
At best, sanctions increase the price of components for Russian weapons manufacturers, like the German-made engines for Russian…
Ukraine’s intel: Russia ramps up missile production and starts assembling Shahed drones on its territory
After the latest Russian drone attacks on Ukraine, components were found in the Shahed kamikaze drones that indicate…
Despite an embargo, Russian oil exports are booming, funneling billions into Moscow's war machine while undermining efforts to hamper Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
The international working group on sanctions against Russia, chaired by Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andrii Yermak and Ambassador Michael McFaul, has determined that 67% of foreign components for Russian drones are supplied from China
Russian firms – including sanctioned companies – involved in the production of missile launchers, armored vehicles, and strategic…
On 16 August, the Swiss Federal Council decided to extend sanctions against Russia, thus completely joining the 11th…
Ukraine is nearing a landmark confiscation of Russian oligarchic money in a company posing as Dutch, potentially opening the door to confiscation of other Russian assets in the West, a total of $300 bn that could be used to rebuild Ukraine.
Amid the withdrawal of investors from Russia, the world’s largest banks tripled their revenue from trading in the…
The Council of the European Unit decided to prolong by six months, until 31 January 2024, the restrictive…
“Putin is in a very, very difficult situation. We need to continue to tighten the screws,” former CIA…
On 28 June, the Swiss government said in a statement that Switzerland is expanding its sanctions on Russia…
Russians should consider going to Paris for the 2024 Summer Olympics in tanks, Mikhail Mamiashvili, president of the…
On 19 May, the US halted the export of a wide range of consumer goods to Russia, including…
On 19 May, the UK announced a new wave of sanctions against Russia, targeting businesses and individuals connected…