The United Kingdom on Friday targeted relatives of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has been accused by London of funding his “luxury” life under new sanctions in retaliation for the invasion of Ukraine.
Of the 12 people targeted by the ban, relatives and financiers, including his ex-wife Lyudmila Oceretnaya and former Olympic gymnast Alina Kabeva, are reportedly “Putin’s current partners,” according to a statement.
Vladimir Putin denied in 2008 that the media blamed the Russian president for his years-long relationship with Alina Kabiva. “We are exposing and targeting the occult network that supports Putin’s luxurious lifestyle and are tightening the noose around him.”British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said in the statement.
“Until the victory of Ukraine, we will continue to impose sanctions on those who aided and abetted Putin’s occupation.” She added.
During a meeting with her G7 counterparts in Germany, Lis Truss on Friday begged Ukraine to provide more weapons and call for new sanctions.
Putin relies on his network, family, and childhood friends
According to British diplomacy, Vladimir Putin has only an officially reduced tradition, especially an apartment in St. Petersburg, which includes two cars, a trailer and a small garage from the Soviet era in the 1950s.
“In fact, Putin relied on his network, family, childhood friends and the elite who benefited from his power and supported his way of life.”The British Foreign Office underlined in a press release a link to the 56 566 million (4 664 million) boat and the $ 1 billion “Putin Palace” and officially one of his assets, Vladimir Putin. Relatives, Arkady Rotenberg, were admitted in December 2020.
“These are people who have voluntarily stalked the shadows to help Putin hide his wealth.” An unnamed British official told reporters.
Alina Kabeva, President of the National Media Group (NMG). The official said the previously approved Rossiya Bank owned a third of the group and was “clearly a route” to Putin’s money.
A thousand were admitted, according to London
Two of the Russian leader’s cousins, Igor Putin and Roman Putin, were among those targeted by British sanctions, as was Alexander Blake, a “close friend” who controlled Vital Development Corp. “We have identified assets worth billions” The British official said he had been linked to Putin’s relatives.
Since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February, London claims to have allowed more than a thousand people and 100 companies, including தன்ன 117 billion (7 137 billion), including oligarchy.
The UK is currently targeting “All individuals and companies valued as close to him, but of course we will continue”The officer said.
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