Personal sanctions against Volodymyr Lisin were introduced only in Australia.
The richest Russian oligarch, Volodymyr Lisin, is still not included in any list sanctions – neither in Europe, nor in the USA, nor in Ukraine. His company NLMK supplies steel for the development of nuclear weapons.
This is discussed in the plot “Scheme”.
Electrical steel of the Lisina Corporation has been supplied to Russian enterprises that are directly engaged in the production of nuclear weapons, uninterruptedly since 2014.
Among the public procurement data are data from the Zababakhin Institute, which develops and tests nuclear and thermonuclear munitions.
Lisina’s company also cooperated with the Federal State Enterprise Sever Production Association. There are contracts for the supply of steel for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019. After 2019, information on the purchases of VO Sever was not made public. The main activity of “Sever” is the production of components of nuclear munitions.
The Lisina concern also cooperated with other enterprises of the defense complex of the Russian Federation. “NLMK” supplied steel to the “Elektromashina Scientific and Production Association”. It manufactures, among other things, the Okhotnyk combat module.
In 2017, the Mariy Machine-Building Plant also received electrical steel from NLMK. He works on the development of anti-aircraft systems.
Lisin’s metallurgical empire has subsidiaries in Europe and the United States. Three companies operate in the United States, namely in Indiana and Pennsylvania.
Personal sanctions against Volodymyr Lisin were introduced only in Australia. The USA, Great Britain, the European Union and Ukraine have not yet imposed sanctions on him, unlike other big businessmen of the Russian Federation.
Sanctions against Russia for invading Ukraine
After February 24, 2022, in response to Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine, the EU sharply expanded sanctions against Russia.
In addition to sanctions against high-ranking politicians, oligarchs, the military and propagandists, the EU has adopted new measures to significantly weaken Russia’s economy, deprive it of its most important technologies and markets, and significantly limit its ability to wage war.
September 15 The EU extended individual sanctions against more than 1,200 Russians for another six months.
The eighth package of sanctions against the Russian Federation may contain price restrictions on Russian oil, sanctions against individuals, as well as restrictions aimed at the Russian IT industry.
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