Posted: Wednesday, March 2, 2022 – 11:58 AM | Last Updated: Wednesday, March 2, 2022 – 11:58 AM
The United Kingdom has imposed sanctions on Belarus for its involvement in Russian military operations in Ukraine.
According to a report on the official website of the British government, British Foreign Secretary Lis Truss launched the first installment of sanctions against Belarusian individuals and organizations in response to Russia’s role in the Russian invasion of Ukraine, including facilitating the invasion. From within its boundaries.
According to the report, the sanctions will include four senior Belarusian security officials and two military agencies, which will take effect immediately, within the framework of the Russian embargo regime in the United Kingdom.
Among those allowed was Belarusian Chief of Staff and First Deputy Minister of Defense Major General Viktor Kolevich, who was responsible for directing the operations of the Belarusian Armed Forces in support of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The sanctions include Maj. Gen. Andrei Bordego, deputy minister for logistics and logistics chief of the Belarusian Armed Forces, Maj. Gen. Sergei Simonenko, and Commander-in-Chief of the Belarusian Armed Forces, Maj. Gen. Andrzej. Deputy Minister of Defense, as well as two military agencies. These individuals will not be able to move to the UK and any property they hold in the UK will be disabled.
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