Poroshenko thanked the U.S. for “the Kremlin list”

Порошенко поблагодарил США за "кремлевский список"

Petro Poroshenko

President of Ukraine believes that the sanctions have become increasingly influential, and “the cumulative effect of restrictive measures is inevitable and surely limits the appetite of the aggressor”.

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko expressed gratitude to the U.S. for a new list of members of the Russian government and of oligarchs close to it, which may fall under sanctions. The head of state wrote on his page in Facebook.

“Sincere thanks to the Washington for another show leadership in countering Russian aggression! Look forward to the relevant decisions and from our European partners to strengthen the overall transatlantic front,” wrote the President.

According to Poroshenko, the strength of the sanctions is becoming increasingly strong and influential, and the “cumulative effect of restrictive measures is inevitable and surely limits the appetite of the aggressor”.

“And so will be until the Kremlin finally will realize the importance of respect for international law, non-interference in the internal Affairs of sovereign States and end the undermining of democratic institutions. And until there is full restoration of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine!”–said the President of Ukraine.

As reported Корреспондент.net in the night of January 30, the U.S. Treasury published a “Kremlin report” – a list of individuals close to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who may fall under new sanctions by Washington.

The list includes 210 people – 114 96 politicians and big business with a capital of about $400 billion In paper was all the Russian government, including Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

The document was prepared in accordance with the law “On combating the enemies of America through sanctions”, which was adopted in the U.S. in the summer of 2017.

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