“We are introducing new sanctions against 14 colleagues of the Russian regime, including oligarchs and their family members, including the adult daughter of Russian President Vladimir Putin. We will continue our efforts to bring to justice those responsible for the Russian regime’s invasion of Ukraine,” he wrote on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s social media.
Putin’s daughters, Katerina Tikhonova and Maria Vorontsova, have been sanctioned by the United Kingdom, Japan and the United States.
Since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Canada has imposed sanctions on more than 750 people and entities from Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. To date, Canada has frozen the assets of the Russian oligarchs and banned transactions with sanctioned individuals and entities.
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Polish politicians have also demanded tightening of sanctions, including Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in his Easter message and President Andrzej Duda.
Duda: Sanction regime continues to be analyzed
Andrzej Duda said on Tuesday that world leaders were increasingly determined to impose further sanctions on Russia for its aggression against Ukraine. – The sanctions regime is continuously being analyzed and we all hope that there will be an agreement that these sanctions will be extended – he explained.
– More and more leaders are talking about sanctions related to gas and oil, so these sanctions are not to buy this raw material, to look for contracts elsewhere, to take the income opportunities from which Russia is financing the war from it – said the President.
Andrzej Duda also said that world leaders agree that it is the duty of the international community to prevent Russia’s victory from crossing our eastern borders.
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