Human Rights Issues in Eurasia / Правовые Вопросы В Регионах Евразии

Europe May Blacklist Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin

Posted by Info on 17/01/2011

The European Union tends to impose sanctions against the officers and officials relating to the verdict for the high-profile case of Yukos. In particular, not only the judges, prosecutors and investigators may turn up on this list, but also the first persons of the country, like Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin.

The sanctions, which MEPs intend to apply in relation to persons involved in the black list, include not only the ban on entry to the EU countries, but also the closing of bank accounts.


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