The United States has imposed sanctions on more than 150 companies and individuals involved in the supply of American and other Western technologies and goods to Russia, in particular by circumventing sanctions. The head of the President's Office, Andriy Yermak, called this a very important step by the partners and provided details about those who are on the sanctions list.
This was stated in Yermak's message on September 14.
According to Yermak, companies and people who help the Russian military-industrial complex, are involved in the production of missiles, attack UAVs, and supply electronics and components, without which the arms production process would be impossible, were sanctioned.
Who from the Russian business elite is on the sanctions list:
Russian companies under sanctions:
In addition to Russian companies, legal entities from Belgium, the United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Turkey, the Central African Republic and others were sanctioned.
"For example, restrictions have been imposed on Finnish companies — Siberica and Luminor — and their Estonian and French employees who were involved in the supply of electronic components to Russian firms — for example, cameras for drones, lithium batteries and optical filters," Yermak said.