Dugin, Gazmanov and Rastorguev: EU expanded personal sanctions against Russia (list)

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Dugin, Gazmanov and Rastorguev: EU expanded personal sanctions against Russia (list )

The singer Chicherina, members of the “governments of the republics” and the head of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation Pamfilova were also on the EU sanctions list.

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As part of the 8th package of EU sanctions against Russia, personal restrictions were imposed on 30 persons, including singers Yuri Gazmanov and Nikolai Rastorguev, as well as the head of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation, Ella Pamfilova. This is evidenced by the information posted on the website of the European Union on Thursday, October 6.

The EU has imposed personal sanctions against such persons as part of a new package:

  • Alexander Kharichev, Head of the Office of the President of the Russian Federation to ensure the activities of the State Council;
  • Boris Rapoport, Deputy Head of the Department of the State Council under the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation;
  • Anton Koltsov, “Head of the Government of the Zaporozhye Region”;
  • Aleksey Selivanov, “Deputy Head of the Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Zaporozhye Military-Civil Administration”;
  • Anton Titsky, “Minister of Youth Policy of the Zaporozhye Region”;
  • Sergei Eliseev, “head of the Kherson military-civilian administration”;
  • Mikhail Rodikov, “Minister of Education of the Kherson military-civilian administration”;
  • Vladimir Bespalov, “Minister of Economy of the Kherson military-civilian administration” “;
  • Vitaly Khotseenko, “Prime Minister of the DPR”;
  • Vladislav Kuznetsov, “First Deputy Prime Minister of the LPR”;
  • Nikolai Bulaev, Deputy Head of the Central Election Commission Russian Federation;
  • Evgeny Solntsev, “Deputy Head of the Government of the DPR”;
  • Alexander Kostomarov, “first deputy head of the administration of the head of the DPR”;
  • Alan Lushnikov, owner of the largest share in the Kalashnikov concern;
  • Yulia Chicherina, singer;
  • Dmitry Bulgakov, Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation;
  • Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation;
  • Ruslan Tsalikov, Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation;
  • Nikolai Pankov, Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation;
  • Yuri Sadovenko, Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation;
  • Timur Ivanov, Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation;
  • Sergey Ryzhkov, Commander of the 41st Combined Arms Army of the Russian Federation;
  • Alexander Kochkin, director of the Tekhmash concern;
  • Vladimir Kulishov, head of the guard service of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation;
  • Nikolai Rastorguev, soloist of the musical group “Lube “;
  • Oleg Gazmanov, singer;
  • Dmitry Shugaev, Director of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation;
  • Gennady Zhidko, key commander of the Russian Armed Forces;< /li>
  • Alexander Dugin, philosopher;
  • Ella Pamfi Lova, head of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation.