EU SANCTIONS

Sanctions against the Russian Federation in 2014

Western countries including countries of the European Union, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and other countries imposed sanctions on citizens and companies of the Russian Federation.

The European Union imposed sanctions against 84 Russian citizens, as well as against 21 Russian companies, including such companies as Almaz-Antei Air Defense Concern, Dobrolot LLC, Russian National Commercial Bank, United Industrial Corporation Oboronprom, UAC, Uralvagonzavod Corporation, Rosneft, Transneft, Gazprom Neft, and others.

Also below is the monitoring of the sanctions measures of the European Union and other Western European countries.

EU:

On March 6, 2014, he suspended negotiations with Russia on easing the visa regime and a new base agreement.
On March 17, 2014, he imposed sanctions against Russian and Crimean politicians and officials (individuals), in particular: prohibiting them from entering the territory of the European Union or transit, and freezing "all funds and economic resources that belong, are owned or controlled by these persons ".
March 20, 2014 canceled the holding of the EU-Russia summit, scheduled for June of the same year.
March 21, 2014 "due to the gravity of the situation," supplemented the list of persons against whom sanctions are imposed, 12 names of state and military figures of the Russian Federation and Crimea.
On March 25, 2014, he forbade his embassies in Russia to extradite to the inhabitants of the Crimea all types of visas.
April 17, 2014 the European Parliament adopted a resolution of a recommendatory nature, which called for the abandonment of the construction of the South Stream gas pipeline.
April 28, 2014 decided to expand the list of persons against whom sanctions are imposed, for 15 people.

Bulgaria:

I dismantled the South Stream pipes on my territory.

United Kingdom:

Suspended military cooperation with Russia, including stopped deliveries to Russia of military items and canceled the planned joint military exercises.

Germany:


Suspended the implementation of the military contract with Russia worth 120 million euros.
I stopped exporting defense products to Russia.
It froze the sale of satellite technology worth up to 700 million euros.
Refused to participate in the annual intergovernmental German-Russian consultations within the framework of the Petersburg Dialogue.
I stopped exporting military products to Russia.

Netherlands:

They suspended military cooperation with Russia.

Norway:

Suspended participation in the negotiations on the establishment of a free trade zone between the European Free Trade Association and the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
Suspended military cooperation with Russia until the end of May 2014.
Joined the European Union sanctions against Russia.

France:

The contract for the construction of warships for Russia was terminated and suspended most of the military cooperation with Russia, including the exchange of visits and joint exercises.

Switzerland:

It stopped the process of creating a free trade zone with the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
Took note of the sanctions imposed by the European Union and the United States, and decided to take all necessary measures to ensure that the Swiss territory was not used to circumvent them. Also confirmed that the visa restrictions imposed by the European Union apply to its territory in accordance with the Schengen Agreement.
Frozen military cooperation with Russia.
It imposed restrictions on the financial operations of 33 officials from Russia, against whom the European Union earlier imposed sanctions.
Expanded its sanctions list for another 15 people. Sanctions were introduced against ten citizens of Russia and five representatives of the southeast of Ukraine. Against these people are imposed restrictions on financial transactions, and they are prohibited from entering Switzerland.

Sweden:

She stopped military cooperation with Russia.

Montenegro:

Joined the European Union sanctions against Russia.

Czech Republic:

The National Post stopped sending letters and parcels intended for the inhabitants of the Crimea.

Estonia:

Frozen assets and property belonging to the mayor of Sevastopol, Alexei Chalom, as well as his companies AS Tavrida Electric Export and Tavrida Electric Holding AG.

Japan:

She stopped negotiations on the liberalization of the visa regime for Russian citizens and suspended negotiations on signing investment treaties, preventing dangerous military activities and cooperating with the sphere of astronautics with Russia.
Canceled and stopped issuing visas to 23 employees of state structures of Russia and other persons.