Canada imposes sanctions on 43 military and 17 defense companies
Sanctions have been imposed against citizens and organizations that Ukraine considers involved in the events in Bucha. The Russian authorities call what happened in this city a provocation and a staging< source srcset="https://s0.rbk.ru/v6_top_pics/resized/1200xH/media/img/0/05/756594497919050.webp 1200w" type="image/webp" media="(min-resolution: 192dpi) " >
Canada has expanded sanctions against Russia, including in the list of 43 military and 17 organizations that Ukraine considers involved in the events in the city of Bucha, according to the website of the government of the country.
Among the citizens who fell under the new Canadian sanctions, there are no public pers. Organizations on the list include:
Scientific and production enterprises «Salut» and “Diamond”. The first is developing radar systems and weapons control systems for the Navy, and the second & mdash; Microwave radioelectronics.
Ural Scientific Research Institute of Composite Materials.
Argon Research Institute, which develops computers, in including for rockets.
Neptune Scientific Research Institute of Automated Systems and Communication Complexes.
Northern Engineering Enterprise, which also builds nuclear submarines, and others.
Russian authorities say reports of civilian deaths in Bucha— it's fake. The footage published by the media and the Ukrainian authorities in the Russian Ministry of Defense was called a “staging”, adding that during the time when the city was controlled by the Russian military, “not a single local resident was injured.”
Canada has repeatedly tightened sanctions against Russia since the end of February. She denied entry to the Russian leadership— President Vladimir Putin, Foreign and Defense Ministers Sergei Lavrov and Sergei Shoigu. Patriarch Kirill, the former head of Yandex, also fell under the restrictions. Tigran Khudaverdyan, TV presenter Ekaterina Andreeva and the leadership of Roskomnadzor.
Russian authorities consider Western sanctions illegal. “An answer to such rudeness and obscurantism will be adequate and will not take long,” — said the Russian embassy in Canada.
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In March, the Foreign Ministry banned more than 300 Canadian citizens from entering Russia, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Foreign Minister Melanie Joly and Minister of National Defense Anita Anand. Subsequently, the list was repeatedly expanded, it also included the wife of the Prime Minister Sophie Trudeau, the leadership of the Canadian armed forces, as well as a number of federal and regional officials.
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