Canada has extended the anti-Russian sanctions list
15:10, Tuesday, 29 November, 2016
The canadian government has extended the anti-Russian sanctions list due to situation in Ukraine. This was stated by the head of the canadian Ministry of foreign Affairs stéphane Dion.
EU to decide on sanctions against Russia before the summit in December He argued that the sanctions imposed against persons “responsible for the ongoing crisis.” Dion also added that the decision taken by Ottawa’s decision “underlines the continuing commitment of Canada with respect to Ukraine’s sovereignty”. The new sanctions list includes 15 people, including 6 deputies of the state Duma of the Crimea. According to the foreign Affairs Canada website, it’s MPs Ruslan Balbec, Konstantin Bakharev, Andrei Kozenko, Svetlana Savchenko, Paul Speraw and Dmitry Belik . In addition, the list includes Anna Anokhina, Svetlana Borodulina, Valentin Demidov, Irina Kiviko, Mikhail Nazarov, Victor Palagin, Dmitry Polonsky, Oleg Shapovalov and Andrew Vasyuta.