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US and EU Take Action Against Crisis in Ukraine

President Obama signs Second Executive Order Expanding Sanctions to Cover Wide Range of Potential Russian Targets; OFAC adds names to SDN List; Senate and House Propose Bills; EU Sanctions Also Keeping Pace

The United States has responded to the recent political crisis in Ukraine, the presence of Russian troops in the Ukrainian Crimea region, and the March 16, 2014 Crimean Referendum to join Russia, by taking actions targeting key Ukrainian and Russian figures, opening the door for potential wide-ranging sanctions against other Russian individuals and entities, and proposing loan guarantee bills for Ukraine.

The sequence of events over the past month is as follows:

  • February 19, 2014 — Visa Sanctions: The US State Department announced a visa ban on 20 Ukrainian officials determined to be complicit in the Kiev violence.
  • March 6, 2014 — Executive Order 13660 to designate as Specially Designated Nationals (“SDN”) individuals and entities involved in undermining security and territorial integrity of Ukraine: President Obama expanded the visa ban and signed an Executive Order authorizing the US Treasury Department to designate individuals and entities that have been involved in undermining the security and territorial integrity of Ukraine. View the Executive Order
    • The Executive Order blocks “all property and interests in property” of persons determined by the Treasury Department to be involved in the violence and political instability of Ukraine. Additionally, the Executive Order restricts the immigration and donations to or by the determined persons.
  • March 17, 2014 — OFAC sanctions four individuals and puts their names on the SDN List under the first Executive Order, 13660: Their names appear with the designator “[UKRAINE]” and are listed below.
  • March 17, 2014 — President issues Second, broader, Executive Order, authorizing blocking, visa and donations sanctions on designated Russian government officials and other persons View the Executive Order
    • Individuals and entities that can be sanctioned under the new Executive Order include persons determined by Treasury:
      • to be an official of the Government of the Russian Federation;
      • to operate in the arms or related materiel sector of the Russian Federation;
      • to be owned or controlled by, or to have acted or purported to act for or on behalf of:
        • a senior official of the Government of the Russian Federation;
        • a person whose property or interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order;
      • to have materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material or technology support for, or goods or services to or in support of:
        • a senior official of the Government of the Russian Federation;
        • a person whose property or interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order.
    • Seven senior Russian officials were immediately sanctioned under the Executive Order, and added to the SDN list on the same day. Individuals added to the SDN List pursuant to this Executive Order are designated by “[UKRAINE2]”
    • The White House separately published a Fact Sheet explaining the reasons for the sanctions. View the Fact Sheet
    • The sanctioned officials, and the reasons for their sanctions, are provided in the chart below.

In the meantime, Congress has been equally busy. On March 6, 2014, the House passed a bill that backs $1 billion in Ukraine loan guarantees to help restore the country’s financial stability. On March 12, 2014, the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations passed a bill, 14-3, which would sanction Ukrainians and Russians responsible for the violence and would also guarantee loans up to $1 billion to Ukraine. Unlike the House bill, the proposed Senate legislation includes additional sanctions that complement the Executive Order. Specifically, the proposed sanctions target Ukrainians and Russians found to have committed violence against anti-government protesters and Russian officials responsible for freezing assets and revoking visas. Both bills await Senate body approval.

On the global stage, on March 17, 2014 the European Union sanctioned 13 individuals from Russia and 8 from Ukraine's Crimea region that are held associated with “undermin[ing] or threat[ing] the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine.” The sanctions prevent entry or transit of these individuals to EU member states and authorizes freezing of their assets. This list adds to the EU’s March 5, 2014 list of sanctioned individuals. A complete list of these individuals appears in the chart below.

The breadth of the individuals and entities in the Russian government and Russian defense sector that could be sanctioned under the new U.S. Executive Order, the bills before the U.S. Congress, the span of international sanctions rolling out around the western world, and last but certainly not least, the likelihood of retaliatory Russian sanctions indicate deep troubles for some time to come. According to former US Congressman Philip English, "the President's new sanctions are the opening bid in a process likely to produce a much broader set of targeted economic restrictions against Russia by the United States and the European Union. From here, the international community can be expected to move from freezing the assets of prominent individuals to considering punitive financial, trade and currency sanctions, as a backdrop to Congress debating sweeping legislation. Lawmakers will move swiftly to react to the Crimean crisis and its aftermath, raising the stakes and potentially proposing draconian restrictions. "

The list of individuals, as sanctioned by each country, is provided below:

United States

Name

Date of Birth/Place of Birth

Former Position

AKSYONOV, Sergey Valeryevich (a.k.a. AKSENOV, Sergei; a.k.a. AKSYONOV, Sergei; a.k.a. AKSYONOV, Sergey; a.k.a. AKSYONOV, Sergiy; a.k.a. AKSYONOV, Serhiy Valeryevich)

26 Nov 1972;

Balti, Moldova (individual)

[UKRAINE]. According to White House Press Release, “Sergey Aksyonov: Aksyonov is being designated for threatening the peace, security, stability, sovereignty, or territorial integrity of Ukraine, and for undermining Ukraine’s democratic institutions and processes. Aksyonov claims to be the Prime Minister of Crimea and has rejected the authority of the legitimate government in Kyiv.”

GLAZYEV, Sergey (a.k.a. GLAZYEV, Sergei)

01 Jan 1961;

Zaporozhye, Ukraine;

Presidential Advisor (individual) [UKRAINE2].

According to White House press release, “Glazyev is being sanctioned for his status as a Presidential Adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin.”

KLISHAS, Andrei (a.k.a. KLISHAS, Andrey

09 Nov 1972;

Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk, Russia;

Chairman of the Russian Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Law, Judicial and Legal Affairs and the Development of Civil Society (individual) [UKRAINE2].

According to White House press release, “Klishas is being sanctioned for his status as a Member of the Council of Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation and as Chairman of the Federation Council Committee of Constitutional Law, Judicial, and Legal Affairs, and the Development of Civil Society”.

KONSTANTINOV, Vladimir Andreyevich

19 Nov 1956 (individual);

Crimea, Ukraine

[UKRAINE] According to White House Press Release, “Konstantinov is being designated for threatening the peace, security, stability, sovereignty, or territorial integrity of Ukraine, and for undermining Ukraine’s democratic institutions and processes. Konstantinov is the speaker of the Crimean parliament, which on March 11, 2014, declared independence from Ukraine.”

MATVIYENKO, Valentina Ivanovna;

07 Apr 1949;

Shepetovka, Khmelnitsky, Ukraine

Federation Council Speaker; Chairman of the Russian Federation Council (individual) [UKRAINE2]

According to White House press release, “Matviyenko is being sanctioned for her status as Head of the Federation Council

MEDVEDCHUK, Viktor; (individual)

07 Aug 1954;

Pochyot, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia

[UKRAINE] According to White House Press Release, “Medvedchuk, leader of Ukrainian Choice, is being designated for threatening the peace, security, stability, sovereignty, or territorial integrity of Ukraine, and for undermining Ukraine’s democratic institutions and processes. He is also being designated because he has materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, or technological support to Yanukovych and because he is a leader of an entity that has, or whose members have, engaged in actions or policies that undermine democratic processes or institutions in Ukraine and actions or policies that threaten the peace, security, stability, sovereignty, or territorial integrity of Ukraine.”

MIZULINA, Yelena (a.k.a. MIZULINA, Elena; a.k.a. MIZULINA, Elena Borisovna; a.k.a. MIZULINA, Yelena Borisovna);

09 Dec 1954;

Bui, Kostroma, Russia

State Duma Deputy; Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Family, Women and Children (individual) [UKRAINE2].

According to White House press release, “Mizulina is being sanctioned for her status as a State Duma Deputy.”

ROGOZIN, Dmitry Olegovich (a.k.a. ROGOZIN, Dmitriy; a.k.a. ROGOZIN, Dmitry

21 Dec 1963;

Moscow, Russia

Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation (individual) [UKRAINE2].

According to press release, “Rogozin is being sanctioned for his status as the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.”

SLUTSKY, Leonid (a.k.a. SLUTSKIY, Leonid; a.k.a. SLUTSKY, Leonid E. ; a.k.a. SLUTSKY, Leonid

04 Jan 1968

EduardovichState Duma Deputy; Chairman of the Committee on Affairs of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS); First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on International Affairs; Chairman of the Russian World Fund Administration (individual) [UKRAINE2].

According to White House press release, “Leonid Slutsky: Slutsky is being sanctioned for his status as a State Duma deputy, where he is Chairman of the Duma Committee on CIS Affairs, Eurasian Integration, and Relations with Compatriots.”

SURKOV, Vladislav Yurievich;

21 Sep 1964;

Solntsevo, Lipetsk, Russia

Presidential Aide (individual) [UKRAINE2].

According to White House Press Release “Surkov is being sanctioned for his status as a Presidential Aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin.”

YANUKOVYCH, Viktor Fedorovych; ;

09 Jul 1950;

Yenakiyeve, Donetsk Region, Ukraine, alt. POB Makiivka, Donbas, Ukraine

Former President of Ukraine (individual) [UKRAINE].

According to White House Press Release “{f}ormer Ukrainian President Yanukovych is being designated for threatening the peace, security, stability, sovereignty, or territorial integrity of Ukraine, and for undermining Ukraine’s democratic institutions and processes. After abandoning Kyiv and ultimately fleeing to Russia, Viktor Yanukovych called upon Russian President Vladimir Putin to send Russian troops into Ukraine.”

European Union

Name

Date of Birth/Place of Birth

Former Position

Sergey Valeryevich Aksyonov

26 November 1972

Aksyonov was elected “Prime Minister of Crimea” in the Crimean Verkhovna Rada on 27 February 2014 in the presence of pro-Russian gunmen. His “election” was decreed unconstitutional by Oleksandr Turchynov on 1 March. He actively lobbied for the “referendum” of 16 March 2014.

Vladimir Andreevich Konstantinov

19 March 1967

As speaker of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Konstantinov played a relevant role in the decisions taken by the Verkhovna Rada concerning the “referendum” against territorial integrity of Ukraine and called on voters to cast votes in favour of Crimean Independence.

Rustam Ilmirovich Temirgaliev

15 August 1976

As Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Crimea, Temirgaliev played a relevant role in the decisions taken by the Verkhovna Rada concerning the “referendum” against territorial integrity of Ukraine. He lobbied actively for integration of Crimea into the Russian Federation.

Deniz Valentinovich Berezovskiy

15 July 1974

Berezovskiy was appointed commander of the Ukrainian Navy on 1 March 2014 and swore an oath to the Crimean armed force, thereby breaking his oath. The Prosecutor-General’s Office of Ukraine launched an investigation against him for high treason.

Aleksei Mikhailovich Chaliy

13 June 1961

Chaliy became “Mayor of Sevastopol” by popular acclamation on 23 February 2014 and accepted this “vote”. He actively campaigned for Sevastopol to become a separate entity of the Russian Federation following a referendum on 16 March 2014.

Pyotr Anatoliyovych Zima

 

Zima was appointed as the new head of the Crimean Security Service (SBU) on 3 March 2014 by “Prime Minister” Aksyonov and accepted this appointment. He has given relevant information including a database to the Russian Intelligence Service (SBU). This included information on Euro-Maidan activists and human rights defenders of Crimea. He played a relevant role in preventing Ukraine’s authorities from controlling the territory of Crimea.

On 11 March 2014 the formation of an independent Security Service of Crimea has been proclaimed by former SBU officers of Crimea.

Yuriy Zherebtsov

 

Counsellor of the Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea, one of the leading organizers of the 16 March 2014 “referendum” against Ukraine’s territorial integrity.

Sergey Pavlovych Tsekov

28 March 1953

Vice Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada; Tsekov initiated together with Sergey Aksyonov the unlawful dismissal of the government of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (ARC). He drew into this endeavour Vladimir Konstantinov, threatening him with his dismissal. He publicly recognized that the MPs from Crimea were the initiators of inviting Russian soldiers to take over Verkhovna Rada of Crimea. He was one of the first Crimean Leaders to ask in public for annexation of Crimea to Russia.

Ozerov, Viktor Alekseevich

5 January 1958 in Abakan, Khakassia

Chairman of the Security and Defense Committee of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation.

On 1 March 2014 Ozerov, on behalf of the Security and Defense Committee of the Federation Council, publicly supported in the Federation Council the deployment of Russian forces in Ukraine.

Dzhabarov, Vladimir Michailovich

29 September 1952

First Deputy-Chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation.

On 1 March 2014 Dzhabarov, on behalf of the International Affairs Committee of the Federation Council, publicly supported in the Federation Council the deployment of Russian forces in Ukraine.

Klishas, Andrei Aleksandrovich

9 November 1972 in Sverdlovsk

Chairman of the Committee on Constitutional Law of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation.

On 1 March 2014 Klishas publicly supported in the Federation Council the deployment of Russian forces in Ukraine. In public statements Klishas sought to justify a Russian military intervention in Ukraine by claiming that “the Ukrainian President supports the appeal of the Crimean authorities to the President of the Russian Federation on landing an all-encompassing assistance in defense of the citizens of Crimea”.

Ryzhkov, Nikolai Ivanovich

28 September 1929 in Duleevka, Donetsk region, Ukrainian SSR

Member of the Committee for federal issues, regional politics and the North of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation.

On 1 March 2014 Ryzhkov publicly supported in the Federation Council the deployment of Russian forces in Ukraine.

Bushmin, Evgeni Viktorovich

4 October 1958 in Lopatino, Sergachiisky region, RSFSR

Deputy Speaker of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation.

On 1 March 2014 Bushmin publicly supported in the Federation Council the deployment of Russian forces in Ukraine.

Totoonov, Aleksandr Borisovich

3 March 1957 in Ordzhonikidze, North Ossetia

Member of the Committee on culture, science, and information of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation.

On 1 March 2014 Totoonov publicly supported in the Federation Council the deployment of Russian forces in Ukraine.

Panteleev, Oleg Evgenevich

21 July 1952 in Zhitnikovskoe, Kurgan region

First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Parlia- mentary Issues.

On 1 March 2014 Panteleev publicly supported in the Federation Council the deployment of Russian forces in Ukraine.

Mironov, Sergei Mikhailovich

14 February 1953 in Pushkin, Leningrad region

Member of the Council of the State Duma; Leader of Fair Russia faction in the Duma of the Russian Federation.

Initiator of the bill allowing Russian Federation to admit in its composition, under the pretext of protection of Russian citizens, territories of a foreign country without a consent of that country or of an international treaty.

Zheleznyak, Sergei Vladimirovich

30 July 1970 in St Petersburg (former Leningrad)

Deputy Speaker of the State Duma of the Russian Federation.

Actively supporting use of Russian Armed Forces in Ukraine and annexation of Crimea. He led personally the demonstration in support of the use of Russian Armed Forces in Ukraine.

Slutski, Leonid Eduardovich

4 January 1968 in Moscow

Chairman of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Committee of the State Duma of the Russian Federation (member of the LDPR).

Actively supporting use of Russian Armed Forces in Ukraine and annexation of Crimea.

Vitko, Aleksandr Viktorovich

13 September 1961 in Vitebsk (Belarusian SSR)

Commander of the Black Sea Fleet, Vice-Admiral.

Responsible for commanding Russian forces that have occupied Ukrainian sovereign territory.

Sidorov, Anatoliy Alekseevich

 

Commander, Russia's Western Military District, units of which are deployed in Crimea.

Commander of Russia's Western Military District, units of which are deployed in Crimea. He is responsible for part of the Russian military presence in Crimea which is undermining the sover¬eignty of the Ukraine and assisted the Crimean authorities in preventing public demonstrations against moves towards a referendum and incorporation into Russia.

Galkin, Aleksandr

 

Russia's Southern Military District, forces of which are in Crimea; the Black Sea Fleet comes under Galkin's command; much of the force movement into Crimea has come through the Southern Military District.

Commander of Russia's Southern Military District ("SMD"). SMD forces are deployed in Crimea. He is responsible for part of the Russian military presence in Crimea which is undermining the sover¬eignty of the Ukraine and assisted the Crimean authorities in preventing public demonstrations against moves towards a referendum and incorporation into Russia. Additionally the Black Sea Fleet falls within the District's control.

Yanukovych, Viktor Fedorovych

9 July 1950

former President of Ukraine

Zakharchenko, Vitalii Yuriyovych

20 January 1963

former Minister of Internal Affairs

Pshonka, Viktor Pavlovych

6 February 1954

former Prosecutor General of Ukraine

Yakymenko, Oleksandr Hryhorovych

22 December 1964

former Head of Security Service of Ukraine

Portnov, Andriy Volodymyrovych

27 October 1973

former Adviser to the President of Ukraine

Lukash, Olena Leonidivna

12 November 1976

former Minister of Justice

Kliuiev, Andrii Petrovych

12 August 1964

former Head of Administration of President of Ukraine

Ratushniak, Viktor Ivanovych

16 October 1959

former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs

Yanukovych, Oleksandr Viktorovych

1 July 1973

son of former President; businessman

Yanukovych, Viktor Viktorovych

16 July 1981

son of former President; Member of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

Pshonka, Artem Viktorovych

19 March 1976

son of former Prosecutor General; Deputy Head of the faction of Party of Regions in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

Kliuiev, Serhii Petrovych

12 August 1969

businessman; brother of Mr. Andrii K1iuiev

Azarov, Mykola Yanovych

17 December 1947

Prime Minister of Ukraine until January 2014

Azarov, Oleksii Mykolayovych

 

son of former Prime Minister Azarov

Kurchenko, Serhiy Vitaliyovych

21 September 1985

businessman

Tabachnyk, Dmytro Volodymyrovych

28 November 1963

former Minister of Education and Science

Bohatyriova, Raisa Vasylivna

6 January 1953

former Minister of Health

Kalinin, Ihor Oleksandrovych

28 December 1959

former Adviser to the President of Ukraine

Switzerland

Name

Date of Birth/Place of Birth

Former Position

Arbuzov, Serhiy Hennadiyovych

12 August 1964

ehemaliger Chef der Präsidialabteilung

Azarov, Mykola (Nikolai) Yonvych (Geboren Als Pakhlo, Nikolai Yanovich

25 October 1962

ehemaliger Infrastrukturminister zur Zeit der Fussballeuropameisterschaft EURO 2012

Azarov, Oleksii Mykolayovych

 

Sohn des ehemaligen Premierministers Azarov

Bohatyrova (Bogatyrova), Raisa Vasylivna

27 June 1959

Bürgermeister von Kharkiv (Charkow)

Dobkin, Mykhaylo (Mikhail) Markovych

26. January 1970

Gouverneur der Privonz Kharkiv (Charkow), Gründer der ukrainischen Front

Ivanyuschenko, Yuriy

17 December 1947

Premierminister bis Januar 2014

Kalinin, Ihor Oleksandrovych

28 December 1959

ehemaliger Berater des Staatspräsidenten der Ukraine

Kernes, Hennadiy Adolfovych

16. November 1980

ehemaliger Minister für Einnahmen und Steuern

Klymenko, Oleksander Viktorovych

12. November 1976

ehemalige Justizministerin

Klyuyev (Kluev/Klyuev), Andriy Petrovych

6. January 1953

ehemalige Gesundheitsministerin

Klyuyev (Kluev/Klyuev), Serhiy Petrovych

24 March 1976

ehemaliger Premierminister

Kolesnikov, Borys Viktorovych

12 August 1969

Geschäftsmann, Bruder von Andriy Klyuyev

Kolobov, Yuriy Volodymyrovych

9 August 1959

ehemaliger Minister für Infrastruktur

Kozak, Volodymyr Vasylovych

21 February 1959

Mitglied des Parlaments, enger Vertrauter von Viktor Yanukovych

Kurchenko, Serhiy Vitaliyovych

21. September 1985

Geschäftsmann

Lukash, Olena Leonidivna

8. April 1973

ehemaliger Finanzminister

Portnov, Andriy Volodymyrovych

27 October 1973

ehemaliger Berater des Staatspräsidenten der Ukraine

Prysyazhnyuk, Mykola Volodymyrovych

3 January 1960

ehemaliger Minister für Agrarpolitik und Nahrungsmittelindustrie

Pshonka, Artem Viktorovych

19 March 1976

Sohn des ehemaligen Generalstaatsanwalts, stellvertretender Fraktionschef der Partei der Regionen im Werchowna Rada (ukrainisches Parlament)

Pshonka, Viktor Pavlovych

6. February 1954

ehemaliger Generalstaatsanwalt

Ratushniak, Viktor Ivanovych

16 October 1959

ehemaliger stellvertretender Innenminister

Stavytsky, Eduard Anatoliyovych

4 October 1972

ehemaliger Minister für Energiewirtschaft und Kohleindustrie

Tabachnyk, Dmytro Volodymyrovych

28 November 1963

ehemaliger Minister für Bildung und Wissenschaft

Yakymenko, Oleksandr Hryhorovych

22 December 1964

ehemaliger Leiter des Sicherheitsdienstes der Ukraine

Yanukovych, Oleksandr (Aleksandr) Viktorovych

1 July 1973

Sohn des ehemaligen Präsidenten, Geschäftsmann

Yanukovych, Viktor Fedorovych

9 July 1950

ehemaliger Präsident

Yanukovych, Viktor Viktorovych

16 July 1981

Sohn des ehemaligen Staatspräsidenten, Mitglied der Werchowna Rada (ukrainisches Parlament)

Yefremov, Oleksandr (Aleksandr) Serhiyovych

22. August 1954

Fraktionschef der Partei der Regionen

Zakharchenko, Vitaly Yuriyovych

20 January 1963

ehemaliger Innenminister

Canada

Name

Date of Birth/Place of Birth

Former Position

AKSYONOV, Sergey (Ukrainian)

 

 

AZAROV, Mykola Yanovych

17 December 1947

former Prime Minister of Ukraine

AZAROV, Oleksii Mykolayovych

13 July 1971

son of former Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Yanovych AZAROV

BABENKO, Gennadiy Aleksandrovich (Ukrainian)

 

 

BAKHAREV, Konstantin Mikhaylovich (Ukrainian)

 

 

BEREZOVSKIY, Denis (Ukrainian)

 

 

BOCHKAREV, Alexander Veniaminovich (Ukrainian)

 

 

BOHATYRIOVA, Raisa Vasylivna

6 January 1953

former Minister of Health of Ukraine

CHERNYAK, Aleksey Yuryevich (Ukrainian)

 

 

GLAZ’YEV, Sergey Yur’yevich (Russian)

 

 

IOFFE, Grigoriy Adolfovich (Ukrainian)

 

 

KALININ, Ihor Oleksandrovych

28 December 1959

former Adviser to the former President of Ukraine Viktor Fedorovych YANUKOVYCH

KLISHAS, Andrei (Russian)

 

 

KLIUIEV, Andrii Petrovych

12 August 1964

former Head of Administration of the former President of Ukraine Viktor Fedorovych YANUKOVYCH

KLIUIEV, Serhii Petrovych

12 August 1969

businessman, brother of Andrii Petrovych KLIUIEV

KLYCHNIKOV, Vladimir Nikolayevich (Ukrainian)

 

 

KONSTANTYNOV, Volodymyr (Ukrainian)

 

 

KOSAREV, Valeriy Evgenyevich (Ukrainian)

 

 

KURCHENKO, Serhiy Vitaliyovych

21 September 1985

businessman and close associate of former President of Ukraine Viktor Fedorovych YANUKOVYCH

LUBINA, Lyudmila Yevgenyevna (Ukrainian)

 

 

LUKASH, Olena Leonidivna

12 November 1976

former Minister of Justice of Ukraine

MATVIYENKO, Valentina Ivanovra (Russian)

 

 

MIZULINA, Yelena Borisovna (Russian)

 

 

NAKHLUPIN, Vitaliy Germanovich (Ukrainian)

 

 

PALCHUK, Valeriy Vasilyevich (Ukrainian)

 

 

PORTNOV, Andriy Volodymyrovych

27 October 1973

former Adviser to the former President of Ukraine Viktor Fedorovych YANUKOVYCH

PSHONKA, Artem Viktorovych

19 March 1976

son of former Prosecutor General Viktor Pavlovych PSHONKA, Deputy Head of the faction of Party of Regions in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

PSHONKA, Viktor Pavlovych

6 February 1954

former Prosecutor General of Ukraine

RATUSHNIAK, Viktor Ivanovych

16 October 1959

former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

ROGOZIN, Dmitry Olegovich (Russian)

 

 

SAVCHENKO, Svetlana Borisovna (Ukrainian)

 

 

SLUTSKIY, Leonid Eduardovich (Russian)

 

 

SURKOV, Vladislav Yur’yevich (Russian)

 

 

TABACHNYK, Dmytro Volodymyrovych

28 November 1963

former Minister of Education and Science of U kraine

TEMIRGALIEV, Rustam (Ukrainian)

 

 

TSEKOV, Sergei (Ukrainian)

 

 

YAKYMENKO, Oleksandr Hryhorovych

22 December 1964

former Head of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU)

YANUKOVYCH, Oleksandr Viktorovych

1 July 1973

son of former President of Ukraine Viktor Fedorovych YANUKOVYCH

YANUKOVYCH, Viktor Fedorovych

9 July 1950

former President of Ukraine

YANUKOVYCH, Viktor Viktorovych

16 July 1981

son of former President of Ukraine Viktor Fedorovych YANUKOVYCH, Member of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

ZAKHARCHENKO, Vitalii Yuriyovych

20 January 1963

former Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

ZAPOROZHETS, Pyotr Petrovich (Ukrainian)

 

 

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