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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Media found two oddities in the sanctions list of the USA: where Chubais

Published in “Kremlin” and the United States there are at least two strange facts. One is associated with “Russian grids”, another with “Rosnano”.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

According to The Bell as the head of “Russian grids” in the sanctions list includes Oleg Budargin, as early as last September give the chair to Paul Livenskomu that the list was not there.

Also missing the name of the head of “RUSNANO” Anatoly Chubais, who, in theory, was supposed to be there. Comments on this subject has yet been received. In addition, in the list of head of the Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina.

On Monday, the United States Treasury Department has prepared the so-called “Kremlin report”, which has recommended to impose sanctions against 200 Russians. We are talking about large Russian businessmen and officials of the highest rank. In the “black list” was the head of the government Dmitry Medvedev, foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the head of the presidential administration of the Russian Federation Anton Vaino, the heads of all ministries and law enforcement agencies (MVD, FSB, Regardie), head of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko and others.

Among businessmen, in particular, the figure Roman Abramovich, Alexander Mamut, Oleg Deripaska, Alexei Mordashov, Mikhail Prokhorov, Vladimir Potanin.

It is noted that there is a secret part of the report, which may contain names not included in the published list.

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