During 100 days of work of the Interagency Working Group (IWG) on the implementation of the sanctions policy, sanctions were imposed against almost 4,500 individuals and legal entities of the Russian Federation, the website of the Economy Ministry reports.
Sanctions against almost 4,500 individuals and legal entities have already been imposed, and those against another more than 6,000 persons have been processed and recommended.
Among the individuals against whom sanctions have already been imposed are children and relatives of Vladimir Putin and Sergey Lavrov, businessman Sergey Roldugin, known as "Putin's wallet". Sanctions were imposed against the top political and military leadership of Russia and Belarus. Russian oligarchs from the Forbes list and their entourage were sanctioned: Arkadiy and Boris Rotenberg, Mikhail Prokhorov, Suleyman Kerimov, Yuriy Kovalchuk and others. In total - 256 people.
Among the legal entities sanctioned are banks, in particular Alfa-Bank (Russia), companies related to Sberbank of Russia, VTB Bank, enterprises of mining and processing industry, metallurgy, in particular Alrosa, Tatneft and Tatoil, enterprises of Lukoil group, transport and logistics companies, airports, airlines, etc.
In addition, proposals to impose sanctions on more than 6,000 individuals and legal entities were considered and recommended for consideration by the NSDC. In particular, against more than 1,000 representatives of the Russian authorities, military leadership, banking sector, more than 2,000 propagandists, cultural figures, bloggers, athletes, TV channels, publishing houses, etc. and more than 3,000 enterprises of the military-industrial complex.