Relatives of Vladimir Putin, as well as his friends and acquaintances, including Roman, Mikhail and Igor Putin, were subject to restrictions. In addition, Olympic champion Alina Kabaeva and her grandmother were sanctioned alt=”Britain imposed sanctions against Putin's relatives and ex-wife” />
The UK has added 12 more people to the sanctions list. Under the sanctions, in particular, the ex-wife of President Vladimir Putin, Lyudmila Ocheretnaya, fell. The report claims that “there is reason to believe that she was involved in the destabilization in Ukraine.”
Alina Kabaeva, an Olympic champion in rhythmic gymnastics (as head of the board of directors of the National Media Group) and her grandmother, were also subject to restrictions Anna Zatsepilina. Zatsepilina, according to the British authorities, received the property from Gennady Timchenko.
Relatives of the president fell under the sanctions: a cousin, the former vice-president of Master Bank; Igor Putin (according to the British authorities, director of the port of Pechenga), his son Roman Putin (according to the British authorities, head of the board of directors of the MRT group), cousin of the president and deputy chairman of the board of SOGAZstrakhovanie; Mikhail Putin, nephew of the head of state, shareholder of Rossiya Bank, key shareholder of the National Media Group Mikhail Shelomov.
In addition to them, Vladimir Putin’s classmate Viktor Khmarin (owner of Nefteproduktservis ;), the head of the port “Gelendzhik” Vladimir Kolbin, co-owner and head of Vital Development Corporation Alexander Plekhov, an old acquaintance of Putin, member of the board of directors of SOGAZMikhail Klishin, head of Gazfond Yuri Shamalov (son of an old friend of the president, Nikolai Shamalov).
In total, 1,267 Russians have already fallen under British sanctions. Among them are Russian politicians, businessmen, representatives of state publications.
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