United States Treasury Department penalties imposed against dozens of Russian natural and legal persons. Among others, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin, former head of the Ministry of Transport Yevgeny Dietrich, businessman Ivan Streshinsky and his wife Natalya, as well as the daughter and father of the State Duma deputy State Andrei Skoch Varvara and Vladimir fell under US restrictions.
In addition, several structures belonging to billionaire Alisher Usmanov have fallen under US sanctions, including the holding companies USM and Metalloinvest, as well as the mobile operator Megafon. In addition, the United States imposed restrictions on the International Investment Bank and the Yunarmiya movement.
In turn, the British authorities penalties imposed against the wife of politician Viktor Medvedchuk Oksana Marchenko, as well as the wife of Russian businessman Vladimir Yevtushenkov Natalya and his children Felix and Tatyana. The daughter of Senator Suleiman Kerimov, Gulnara, and the daughter of State Duma deputy Andrei Skoch, Varvara, also fell under the restrictions.
In addition, the USM holding company, as well as the British companies Curzon Square Limited and Hanley Limited, all associated with Alisher Usmanov, fell under the restrictions.
The day before, Canada had imposed sanctions against a number of Russian natural and legal persons. In particular, the Concorde company, owned by Wagner PMC founder Yevgeny Prigozhin, fell under the restrictions. In response, the Russian Foreign Ministry farm the entry into the country of 333 Canadian citizens, including several dozen athletes who signed a letter on the withdrawal of Russian athletes from participation in the 2024 Olympic Games, including figure skating champions Megan Duhamel and Tessa Virtue.