The Financial Times reported sanctions against a network of people closest to Vladimir Putin. I’m talking about people related to family and business. The diary mentions several names. included Alina Kabaeva, a gymnast and former Olympian has been referred to for years as Putin’s partner, although he has never confirmed this. Sanctions will affect him as well Ex-wife of Lyudmila.

In addition, prohibitions apply Anna Zacciplina, Kabaeva’s grandmother, who, according to UK authorities, was linked to Gennady Timchenko, one of the oligarchs who support Putin’s government. another person Igor PutinPresident’s cousin. They are all banned from travel and their property in the UK has been frozen.

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In total, according to the Financial Times, sanctions were applied to 12 people, seven of whom are related to Vladimir Putin in the family (or life) and five financiers.

“We will continue to impose sanctions on all those who aid and abet Putin’s aggression until Ukraine wins,” British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said.

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Since the invasion of Ukraine, the UK government has imposed sanctions on more than 1,000 people and 100 entities, including oligarchs worth £117 billion.

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