Australia imposed sanctions against employees of the Investigative Committee and the FSB of the Russian Federation | Policy

Australia imposed sanctions against employees of the Investigative Committee and the FSB of the Russian Federation |  Policy


Australia included in the sanctions list several heads of the Investigative Committee of Russia, the FSB, the Prosecutor General’s Office and the courts. TASS reports this with reference to the Australian Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Restrictions include a ban on entry into the country and freezing of assets if they are discovered. The corresponding sanctions were imposed against the first deputy chairman of the RF IC, Eduard Kaburneev, the deputy chairmen of the IC, Sergei Goryainov and Elena Leonenko, as well as the deputy head of the Main Investigative Directorate of the RF IC, Denis Kolesnikov.

In addition, the sanctions affected Deputy Minister of Justice Oleg Sviridenko, investigator for particularly important cases of the Investigative Committee Andrei Zadachin, judges Elena Lenskaya, Vitaly Belitsky and Ekaterina Dorokhina and prosecutor Boris Loktionov.

A number of FSB employees were also subject to restrictions. In particular, we are talking about Konstantin Kudryavtsev, Alexander Samofal and Valery Sukharev.

Earlier it was reported that Great Britain expanded the anti-Russian sanctions list by 45 points. The sanctions list, in particular, included the Rusich organization, members of the board of directors of the Soyuz aircraft engine complex, Alexander Zakharov, the designer of the Lancet drone, and members of his family.

It also became known that the US Treasury included 13 individuals and 20 organizations on the sanctions list for Russia and Belarus.

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