List of people sanctioned during the Ukrainian crisis
In response to the growing unrest in Ukraine, mid-March 2014 many governments launched sanctions against individuals and companies that are viewed as having direct involvement in destabilizing the situation. The 2014 Crimean crisis, part of the unrest, and the ensuing Russian military intervention there led some governments in Europe, North America and elsewhere to target Russian and pro-Russian Ukrainian politicians, officers and businessmen. As the unrest expanded into parts of eastern and southern Ukraine, the scope of the sanctions increased. The Russian government responded in kind, with sanctions against some Canadian, American, and EU individuals. The following list represents those who have been sanctioned.
By Canada, the United States, the European Union and Australia
As of 13 April, following Canadian, European Union and United States sanctions, alongside dozens of individuals, two companies were also listed. Albania, Iceland and Montenegro on 11 April announced that they would align themselves to the sanctions adopted by the EU on 17 March. On 28 April, the US expanded its sanctions to include 17 Russian companies, mostly affiliated with the aforementioned individuals. The US actions were followed by actions by Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the EU. The EU furthermore has instructed the European Investment Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to suspend the signature of new financing operations in Russia. On 25 July, the EU again expanded its sanctions to an additional 15 individuals and 18 entities, followed by an additional 8 individuals and 3 entities on 30 July. On 31 July, the EU again expanded its sanctions. On 1 September, Australia places Russia, Crimea, and Sebastopol on the Australian autonomous sanctions list in response to the Russian threat to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. On 12 September 2014, the European Union sanctioned three major Russian oil companies, three major Russian defense firms, and dual-use technology from nine other Russian defense firms. On 24 September, Japan sanctions Russian military related technology and five major Russian banks (VTB Bank, Sberbank, Gazprombank, Vnesheconombank, and the Russian Agricultural Bank). On 29 November, an additional 13 individuals (and 5 entities) were added to the EU sanctions list. In November 2014, Shearman & Sterling published a list of individuals and entities under sanctions by the United States, the European Union, and Japan. In December 2014, Bryan Cave published a list of individuals and entities sanctioned by the United States, the European Union, Canada, Switzerland, Australia, Japan, and Liechtenstein. In February 2015, EU banned 19 more individuals and 9 entities. On 14 September 2015, EU updated its list of sanctioned individuals. December 2015, the United States sanctions six individuals, and numerous individuals and entities associated with Viktor Yanukovych, Gennady Timchenko, Arkady Rotenberg, Boris Rotenberg, Kalashnikov Concern, Izhevsky Mekhanichesky Zavod JSC (also known as Baikal or IMZ), Sberbank, VTB, and Rostec. August 2016, Stewart and Stewart published a list of individuals and entities under sanctions by the United States, European Union, Canada, Australia, and Japan. April 2017, Maclean's published a list of Russians under sanctions by the United States, the European Union, and Canada. On 4 August 2017, EU added three individuals and three entities to its list of sanctioned individuals for support of a power supply in Crimea and Sevastopol independent from Ukraine. On 20 November 2017, EU added an individual to its list of sanctioned individuals. On 29 January 2018, the United States releases a list of senior foreign political figures and oligarchs in the Russian Federation and Russian parastatal entities from which future sanctions will be applied. On 12 March 2018, EU updated its list of sanctioned individuals and extended the existing sanctions on 150 individuals and 38 companies for another six months. April 2018, Canada updated its consolidated list of sanctioned individuals and entities. On 6 April 2018, the United States added 17 individuals, 12 companies, an armament firm and its banking subsidiary. May 2018, the European Union and Switzerland add five individuals to their sanctions lists for these individuals' organising the March 2018 Russia presidential elections in Crimea and Sevastopol. 24 May 2018, Ukraine publishes its updated sanctions list with over 1000 individuals and more than 400 entities on it.
|Crimea||Sergey Abisov||Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Crimea|
|Russia||Valeri Abramov||Linked to VAD, AO|
|Ukraine||Larisa Airapetyan||Health Minister of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Oleg Akimov||Deputy of the Luhansk Economic Union in the National Council of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||Andrey Akimov||Chairman of Management Board of Gazprombank|
|Crimea||Sergey Aksyonov||Head of the Republic of Crimea|
|Russia||Victor Anosov||Member of insurgent group near Slovyansk|
|Crimea||Anna Vladimirovna Anyukhina||Minister for Property and Land Relations in Republic of Crimea|
|Russia||Igor Antipov||Minister of Information of the Donetsk Peolple's Republic|
|Russia||Anatoly Antonov||Deputy Minister of Defence|
|Russia||Vladimir Antyufeyev aka Vladim Shevtsov or Vladimir Shevtsov||Former head of the Ministry of State Security of unrecognized Transnistria, wanted by the law enforcement agencies of Latvia and Moldova.|
|Russia||Viacheslav Apraksimov||Member of insurgent group near Slovyansk|
|Ukraine||Serhiy Arbuzov||Former Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Mykola Azarov||Former Prime Minister of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Oleksii Azarov||Son of Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov|
|Russia||Alexander Babakov||Member of the Duma|
|Crimea||Konstantin Bakharev||Member of the Duma|
|Russia||Arkady Bakhin||First Deputy Minister of Defence|
|Crimea||Ruslan Balbek||Member of the Duma|
|Russia||Marat Bashirov||Acting Prime Minister of People's Republic of Luhansk|
|Ukraine||Eduard Basurin||Deputy Commander of the Ministry of Defense of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Oleg Belaventsev||Russian envoy overseeing Crimea|
|Crimea||Dmitri Belik||Member of the Duma represents Sevastopol and on Committee for Control and Regulation|
|Ukraine||Oleg Bereza||Minister of Interior for the Donetsk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Fyodor Berezin||Deputy of Igor Girkin|
|Ukraine||Denis Berezovsky||Defected commander of the Ukrainian Navy|
|Russia||Sergei Orestovoch Beseda||Colonel General Federal Security Service (FSB) & Commander of the Fifth Service|
|Ukraine||Olga Besedina||Minister of Economic Development and Trade of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Igor Bezler||One of the leaders of the self-defense militia of Horlivka|
|Russia||Vladimir Bogdanov||Russian businessman|
|Russia||Nikolai Vasilyevich Bogdanovskiy||Russian General|
|Ukraine||Raisa Bohatyriova||Former Minister of Health of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Valeriy Bolotov||One of the leaders of the "Army of the South-East"|
|Russia||Alexander Borodai||Prime Minister of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Alexander Bortnikov||Director of the Federal Security Service|
|Ukraine||Oleg Bugrov||Former Defense Minister of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||Dmitry Vitalievich Bulgakov||Russian General|
|Crimea||Vadim Viktorovich Bulgakov||Head of Federal Penitentiary Service of Sevastopol|
|Russia||Andrey Bulyutin||Providing material support to the Kalashnikov Concern|
|Ukraine||Natalya Ivanovna Berzruchenko||Deputy Chairwoman of Crimea Electoral Commission during March 2018 elections|
|Russia||Yevgeny Bushmin||Deputy Speaker of the Federation Council of Russia.|
|Crimea||Aleksei Chaly||Chief of the executive committee of the Sevastopol City Council|
|Russia||Sergey Chemezov||CEO of Rostec|
|Russia||Andrey Vladimirovich Cherezov||Deputy Minister of Energy for Russia Federation in the Department of Operational Control and Management for Electric Power; supports power supply for Crimea and Sevastopol that is independent of Ukraine|
|Russia||Mikhail Degtyarev||Member of the State Duma|
|Russia||Oleg Deripaska||Russian businessman|
|Ukraine||Vladyslav Nykolayevych Deynego||Deputy Head of the People's Council of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic.|
|Ukraine||Mikhail Dobkin||Chairman, Party of Regions, Kharkiv division|
|Ukraine||Pavel Dremov (Dryomov)||Commander of the "First Cossack Regiment", an armed separatist group involved in the fighting in eastern Ukraine.|
|Russia||Aleksandr Dugin||A leader of the Eurasian Youth Union|
|Russia||Colonel-General Alexander Dvornikov||Commander of Southern Military District since September 2016|
|Russia||Vladimir Dzhabarov||Member of the Federation Council of Russia|
|Ukraine||Ekaterina Filippova||Former Minister of Justice of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Mikhail Fradkov||Head of the Foreign Intelligence Service|
|Russia||Andrei Fursenko||Aide to the President of Russia|
|Russia||Aleksandr Galkin||Commander of the Russian Southern Military District|
|Russia||Valery Gerasimov||Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Russia|
|Russia||Igor Girkin aka Igor Ivanovich Strelkov||GRU agent|
|Russia||Sergey Glazyev||Presidential Adviser to Vladimir Putin|
|Russia||Evgeniy Petrovich Grabchak||Minister of Energy for Russia Federation, Chief of the Department of Operational Control and Management of Electric Power; supports power supply for Crimea and Sevastopol that is independent of Ukraine|
|Russia||Alexey Gromov||Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Administration of Russia|
|Russia||Boris Gryzlov||Former member of Security Council of Russian Federation|
|Ukraine||Pavel Gubarev||People's Governor of the Donetsk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Ekaterina Gubareva||Minister of Foreign Affairs of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Inna Nikolayevna Guzeyeva||Secretary of Crimea Electoral Commission during March 2018 elections|
|Russia||Vitaly Ignatenko||First Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee for Foreign Affairs|
|Ukraine||Sergey Ignatov||Commander in Chief of the People's Militia of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||Ruslan Ilkaev||Member of insurgent group near Slovyansk|
|Russia||Eduard Ioffe||Deputy General Director of Kalashnikov Concern|
|Ukraine||Zaur Ismailov||Acting General Prosecutor of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||Yuriy Ivakin||Minister of Internal Affairs for the People's Republic of Luhansk|
|Russia||Sergei Ivanov||Chief of Staff of the Presidential Administration of Russia|
|Russia||Viktor Ivanov||Member of the Security Council of the Russian Federation until May 2016|
|Ukraine||Yuriy Ivanyushchenko||Member of the Party of Regions|
|Russia||Petr Jarosh||Acting Head of Russian Federal Migration Service for Republic of Crimea|
|Russia||Ramzan Kadyrov||Head of the Chechen Republic|
|Ukraine||Igor Kakidzyanov||Former Defense Minister of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Leonid Ivanovich Kalashnikov||Russian politician|
|Ukraine||Ihor Kalinin||Former Advisor to the President of Ukraine|
|Russia||Alexander Kalyussky||de facto "Deputy Prime Minister for Social Affairs of the Donetsk People's Republic"|
|Crimea||Oleg Kamshilov||Prosecutor of the Republic of Crimea|
|Russia||Pavel Kanishchev||A leader of the Eurasian Youth Union|
|Ukraine||Anastasiya Nikolayevna Kapranova||Secretary of Sevastopol Electoral Commission during March 2018 elections|
|Russia||Alexander Karaman||Former Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of Donetsk|
|Russia||Vakhtang Karamyan (Karamian)||Business Development Director of Kalashnikov Concern|
|Russia||Andrei Kartapolov||Director of the Main Operations Department and deputy chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, Commander of Western Military District since 10 November 2015|
|Ukraine||Aleksey Karyakin||Former Supreme Council Chair of the Luhansk People's Republic; asked the Russian Federation to recognize the independence of the Luhansk People's Republic.|
|Ukraine||Valery Kaurov||Former President of the effectively defunct Federal State of Novorossiya; asked Russia to deploy troops to Ukraine.|
|Russia||Suleiman Kerimov||Russian businessman|
|Ukraine||Gennady Kernes||Mayor of Kharkiv|
|Ukraine||Ravil Khalikov||First Deputy Prime Minister and previous Prosecutor General of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Alexander Khodakovsky||Minister of Security of the Donetsk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Alexander Khryakov||Information and Mass Communications Minister of the Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Dmitry Kiselyov||Head of the Russian Federal State News Agency Rossiya Segodnya|
|Russia||Andrei Klishas||Member of the Federation Council of Russia.|
|Ukraine||Andrii Kliuiev||Former Head of Administration of President of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Oleksandr Klymenko||Former Minister of Revenues of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Serhii Kliuiev||Brother of Andrii Kliuiev; Businessman|
|Russia||Joseph Kobzon||Member of the State Duma|
|Ukraine||Aleksandr Kofman||First deputy speaker of the Parliament of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Petr Kolbin||Providing material support to Gennady Timchenko|
|Ukraine||Borys Kolesnikov||Former Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine; Businessman|
|Ukraine||Yuriy Kolobov||Former Minister of Finance of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Vladimir Kononov||Defense Minister of Donetsk People's Republic|
|Crimea||Vladimir Konstantinov||Chairman of the Crimean Parliament|
|Russia||Igor Kornet||Minister of Internal Affairs for Luhansk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Ihor Vladymyrovych Kostenok||Minister of Education of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic.|
|Russia||Yury Kovalchuk||Largest single shareholder of Bank Rossiya; according to the US, "a personal banker for senior officials of the Russian Federation including Putin".|
|Russia||Andrey Kovalenko||A leader of the Eurasian Youth Union|
|Crimea||Olga Kovitidi||Council member for the Autonomous Republic of Crimea|
|Russia||Dmitry Kozak||Deputy Prime Minister|
|Crimea||Andrei Kozenko||Member of the Duma represents Crimea and on Committee for Financial Markets|
|Russia||Vladimir Kozhin||Head of Administration under the President of the Russian Federation|
|Ukraine||Nikolai Kozitsyn||Commander of Cossack forces. Responsible for or complicit in, or has engaged in, actions or policies that threaten the peace, security, stability, sovereignty, or territorial integrity of Ukraine.|
|Ukraine||Sergey Kozlov||Prime Minister of Luhansk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Serhiy Kozyakov||Head of the Luhansk Central Election Commission of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Crimea||Oleg Kozyura||Acting Head of the Federal Migration Service office for Sevastopol|
|Russia||Valery Kulikov||Rear Admiral, Deputy Commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet|
|Ukraine||Lesya Lapteva||Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Religion of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||Dmitri Lebedev||CEO Bank Rossiya|
|Russia||Igor Vladimirovich Lebedev||Russian politician|
|Russia||Oleg Vladimirovich Lebedev||First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Relations with the CIS countries|
|Russia||Nikolai Vladimirovich Levichev||Deputy Speaker of the Duma|
|Ukraine||Sergey Litvin||Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Boris Litvinov||Chairman of the Supreme Council of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Olena Lukash||Former Minister of Justice of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Roman Lyagin||Businessman who advocated for the creation of Federal Republic of Novorossiya|
|Russia||Konstantin Malofeev||Under criminal investigation by Ukraine into his alleged material and financial support to separatists|
|Ukraine||Aleksandr Malykhin||Head of the Lugansk People's Republic Central Electoral Commission|
|Crimea||Mikhail Malyshev||De facto Chair of the Crimea Electoral Commission|
|Ukraine||Evgeny Manuilov||Minister of Budget in the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Mikhail Margelov||Chairman of the Federation Council Committee for Foreign Affairs|
|Russia||Valentina Matviyenko||Chairman of the Federation Council|
|Ukraine||Viktor Medvedchuk||Ukrainian oligarch|
|Crimea||Valery Medvedev||De facto Chair of the Sevastopol Electoral Commission|
|Russia||Andrei Melnikov||Minister of Economic Development of Republic of Crimea|
|Russia||Ivan Melnikov||Russian politician, First Deputy Speaker of Duma|
|Crimea||Sergei Menyailo||Acting governor of Sevastopol|
|Ukraine||Yevgeniy Eduardovich Mikhaylov||Head of the administration for governmental affairs of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic.|
|Russia||Alexey Milchakov also known as Serbian or Fritz||Commander of the 'Rusich' unit, an armed separatist group involved in the fighting in eastern Ukraine.|
|Russia||Sergey Mironov||Leader of the Russian Parliament faction A Just Russia|
|Russia||Yelena Mizulina||Member of the State Duma and the A Just Russia party|
|Crimea||Georgiy Muradov||Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea. Permanent Representative of the Republic of Crimea to the Russian Federation.|
|Russia||Evgeny Murov||Head of Russian Federal Protective Service|
|Russia||Valerii Musiienko||Member of insurgent group near Slovyansk|
|Russia||Sergey Naryshkin||Chairman of the State Duma|
|Russia||Aleksey Naumets||Major-General in the Russian Army, commanded 76th Airborne division operating in Ukraine and operating during Russia annexation of Crimea|
|Crimea||Dmitry Neklyudov||Deputy Minister of Interior of the de facto "Republic of Crimea"|
|Russia||Sergei Neverov||Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, United Russia|
|Uzbekistan||Vasily Nikitin||Vice Prime Minister of the Council of Ministers of the Luhansk People's Republic, (used to be the Prime Minister of the Luhansk People's Republic, and former spokesman of the Army of the Southeast).|
|Russia||Vladimir Nikitin||Russian politician and deputy of the State Duma who voted in favour of the draft Federal Constitutional Law 'on the acceptance into the Russian Federation of the Republic of Crimea and the formation within the Russian Federation of new federal subjects — the republic of Crimea and the City of Federal Status Sevastopol'|
|Russia||Natalya Nikonorova||Foreign Minister of the Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Aleksandr Nosatov||Rear Admiral, Deputy Commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet|
|Russia||Rashid Nurgaliyev||Russia's interior minister from 2003 to 2012|
|Sweden||Sven Olsson||Swedish lawyer on board of directors of Volga Group, associated with Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Aleksander Anatolyevich Omelchenko||Chief Export Officer for Kalashnikov Concern|
|Ukraine||Yevgeniy Vyacheslavovich Orlov||Member of the National Council of the unrecognized Donetsk's People's Republic.|
|Russia||Dmitry Ovsyannikov||Governor of Sevastopol.|
|Russia||Victor Ozerov||Member of the Federation Council of Russia|
|Finland||Kai Paananen||Providing material support to Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Oleg Panteleev||First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Parliamentary Issues|
|Russia||Nikolai Patrushev||Secretary of the Security Council of Russia|
|Russia||Arseny Pavlov||Commander of the 'Sparta Battalion', an armed separatist group involved in the fighting in eastern Ukraine.|
|Ukraine||Aleksandr Yurevich Petukhov||Chairman of Sevastopol Electoral Commission during March 2018 elections|
|Russia||Andrei Pinchuk||Former Minister for State Security of the Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Vladimir Pligin||Chairman of the State Duma Constitutional Law and Nation Building Committee|
|Ukraine||Igor Plotnitsky||Former Defence Minister and currently Head of the Lugansk People's Republic.|
|Ukraine||Miroslav Aleksandrovich Pogorelov||Deputy Chairman of Sevastopol Electoral Commission during March 2018 elections|
|Crimea||Natalia Poklonskaya||Prosecutor of Crimea|
|Ukraine||Vyacheslav Ponomarev||Mayor of Sloviansk while held by rebels|
|Ukraine||Andriy Portnov||Former Advisor to the President of Ukraine|
|Russia||Yevgeny Prigozhin||Materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services in support of, senior officials of the Russian Federation; extensive business dealings with the Russian Federation Ministry of Defense, and a company with significant ties to him holds a contract to build a military base near the Russian Federation border with Ukraine. Russia has been building additional military bases near the Ukrainian border and has used these bases as staging points for deploying soldiers into Ukraine.|
|Ukraine||German Prokopiv||Active leader of the "Lugansk Guard"|
|Russia||Yurii Protsenko||Member of insurgent group near Slovyansk|
|Ukraine||Mykola Prysyazhnyuk||Former Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Artem Pshonka||Son of former Prosecutor General Victor Pshonka. Member of Party of Regions|
|Ukraine||Viktor Pshonka||Former Prosecutor General.|
|Ukraine||Andriy Purhin||Head of the "Donetsk Republic"|
|Russia||Aleksey Pushkov||Chair of the State Duma's International Affairs Committee|
|Ukraine||Denys Pushylin||Chairman of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Valery Rashkin||First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Ethnicity issues|
|Ukraine||Victor Ratushniak||Former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine|
|Russia||Andrei Nikolaevich Rodkin||Moscow Representative of the Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Dmitry Rogozin||Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation|
|Russia||Arkady Rotenberg||Russian businessman|
|Boris Romanovich Rotenberg||Russian (-Finnish) businessman|
|Russia||Igor Rotenberg||Russian businessman|
|Roman Rotenberg||Russian (-Finnish) businessman|
|Ukraine||Miroslav Rudenko||Commanded the illegal Donbas People's Militia. Member of People's Council of Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Nikolai Ryzhkov||Member of the Federation Council|
|Crimea||Petr Savchenko||Former Finance Minister of the Donetsk People's Republic|
|Crimea||Svetlana Savchenko||Member of the Duma represents Crimea and on Committee for Culture|
|Russia||Oleg Savelyev||Minister for Crimean Affairs|
|Russia||Igor Sechin||Advisor to Putin|
|Ukraine||Olena Semenova||Providing material support to the Kalashnikov Concern|
|Ukraine||Dmitry Semyonov||Deputy Prime Minister for Finances of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||Andrey Serdyukov||Commanded Russian airborne troops during annexation of Crimea. Commanded troops in Donbas.|
|Russia||Igor Sergun||Chief of the Main Directorate of the GRU|
|Russia||Kirill Shamalov||Russian businessman|
|Russia||Nikolai Shamalov||Second largest shareholder of Bank Rossiya|
|Russia||Vladimir Shamanov||Commander of the Russian Airborne Troops|
|Russia||Igor Shchegolev||Aide to the President of Russia, Putin|
|Ukraine||Igor Shevchenko||Acting Prosecutor of Sevastopol|
|Crimea||Mikhail Sheremet||Former First Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea|
|Crimea||Pavel Shperov||Member of the Duma represents Crimea and on Committee for CIS Affairs, Eurasian Integration and Relations with Compatriots|
|Ukraine||Alexandr Shubin||Minister of Justice of the unrecognized Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||Ludmila Shvetsova||Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, United Russia|
|Russia||Anatoliy Sidorov||Commander of the Russian military units deployed in Crimea.|
|Ukraine||Yuriy Sivokonenko||Member of the Parliament of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic and works in the Union of veterans of the Donbass Berkut.|
|Russia||Andrei Skoch||Russian businessman|
|Russia||Leonid Slutsky||Member of the State Duma and the LDPR party|
|Eduard Stavytsky||Former Energy Minister of Ukraine|
|Russia||Vladislav Surkov||Close ally to Vladimir Putin|
|Ukraine||Dmytro Tabachnyk||Former Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Oksana Tchigrina||Spokesperson of the unrecognized Lugansk People's Republic|
|Crimea||Rustam Temirgaliev||Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Crimea|
|Gennady Timchenko||Russian (-Finnish) businessman|
|Ukraine||Aleksandr Timofeyev||Minister of Budget of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Aleksandr Tkachyov||Former Governor of Krasnodar Krai and Minister of Agriculture|
|Ukraine||Mikhail Tolstykh||Commander of the 'Somali' battalion, an armed separatist group involved in the fighting in eastern Ukraine|
|Russia||Sergey Anatolevich Topor-Gilka||Director General of Technopromexport (VO TPE), supports power supply in Crimea and Sevastopol independent of Ukraine|
|Russia||Aleksandr Totoonov||Member of the Federation Council of Russia|
|Ukraine||Oleg Tsarov||Businessman who advocated for the creation of Federal Republic of Novorossiya|
|Crimea||Sergey Tsekov||Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council of Crimea|
|Ukraine||Gennadiy Tsyplakov||Former Prime Minister of the Luhansk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Sergei Tsyplakov||One of the leaders of the People's Militia of Donbas|
|Russia||Igor Turchenyuk||Commander of the Russian forces in Crimea|
|Russia||Oleg Usachev||Providing material support to Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Yuri Ushakov||Key Foreign Policy Advisor to the President|
|Russia||Vladimir Ustinov||Presidential envoy to the Southern Federal District of the Russian Federation|
|Russia||Vladimir Vasilyev||Former Deputy Speaker of Duma|
|Russia||Oleh Vasin||Member of insurgent group near Slovyansk|
|Russia||Viktor Vekselberg||Ukrainian-born Russian businessman, owner and president of Renova Group|
|Russia||Aleksandr Vitko||Commander of the Black Sea Fleet|
|Russia||Vyacheslav Volodin||Deputy Chief of Staff|
|Russia||Victor Vodolatsky||Member of Duma. Ataman of Great Don Army (2000-2013), Ataman of Union of the Russian and Foreign Cossack Forces|
|Russia||Yuri Vorobiov||Deputy Speaker of Federation Council of Russia, supports Russian troops sent to Ukraine|
|Russia||Vladimir Yakunin||Russian official, president of the state-run Russian Railways company|
|Ukraine||Oleksandr Yakymenko||Former Head of Security Service of Ukraine|
|Ukraine||Oleksandr Yanukovych||Son of Former President of Ukraine Viktor Y.|
|Ukraine||Viktor Yanukovych||Ousted-President of Ukraine|
|Russia||Petr Yarosh||Acting Head of the Federal Migration Service office for Crimea|
|Ukraine||Viktor Yatsenko||Minister of Communications of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic|
|Ukraine||Oleksandr Yefremov||Party of Regions faction leader in the Verkhovna Rada|
|Ukraine||Vitaly Zakharchenko||Former Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine|
|Russia||Alexander Zaldostanov||Leader of the Night Wolves|
|Ukraine||Serhii Zdriliuk||Senior aid to Igor Girkin|
|Russia||Sergey Zheleznyak||Deputy Speaker of the State Duma|
|Crimea||Yuriy Zherebtsov||Counsellor of the Speaker of the Supreme Council of Crimea|
|Russia||Vladimir Zhirinovsky||Leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia|
|Russia||Svetlana Sergeevna Zhurova||First Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Foreign Affairs in the Duma|
|Crimea||Pyotr Zima||Head of the Crimean Security Service appointed by S. Aksyonov|
|Russia||Bank Rossiya||Bank that provided "material support" to Russian officials and whose biggest shareholder is the also-sanctioned Yury Kovalchuk.|
|Russia||Russian Agricultural Bank aka Rosselkhozbank||State-owned agricultural bank that provided "material support" to Russian officials.|
|Russia||Sberbank and its subsidiaries||State owned bank that provided "material support" to Russian officials|
|Russia||Sobinbank||Subsidiary of Bank Rossiya|
|Russia||Gazprombank||State-owned Russian bank|
|Russia||Vnesheconombank||State-owned Russian bank|
|Russia||VTB Group and its subsidiaries||State owned bank that provided "material support" to Russian officials|
|Russia||InvestCapitalBank||Bank associated with the Rotenbergs|
|Russia||SMP Bank||Bank associated with the Rotenbergs|
|Russia||Russian National Commercial Bank||Bank with largest network in Crimea|
|Russia||CJSC ABR Management||Manages Bank Rossiya group assets|
|Russia||Abros||Subsidiary of Bank Rossiya|
|Russia||Zest||Subsidiary of Bank Rossiya|
|Russia||Volga Group||Investment firm belonging to Gennady Timchenko|
|Ukraine||Profaktor TOV||Accounting, auditing, bookeeping firm associated with Petr Savchenko|
|Russia||NPO Mashinostroyeniya||Rocketry design bureau of Tactical Missiles Corporation within Federal Agency for State Property Management: Almaz; spacecraft; space satellites; surface, underwater, and ground platform-based launched cruise missiles and intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM)|
|Russia||High Precision Systems, OAO Wysokototschnye Kompleksi||Joint stock company selling anti-aircraft and anti-tank armaments, part of ROSTEC|
|Russia||Almaz-Antey Concern||Group of companies selling defense weapons|
|Russia||Kalashnikov Concern||Group of companies selling defense weapons|
|Russia||JSC Chemcomposite||State corporation selling armaments|
|Russia||JSC Tula Arms Plant||State corporation selling armaments|
|Russia||JSC Sirius||State corporation selling armaments|
|Russia||OJSC Stankoinstrument||State corporation selling armaments|
|Russia||Rosoboronexport||Sole state intermediary agency for Russia's exports/imports of defense-related and dual use products, technologies and services|
|Russia||Rostec||State corporation which is a group of companies and holding companies selling aircraft, electronics, and armaments|
|Russia||PJSC United Aircraft Corporation (UAC)||State corporation which manufactures, designs and sells military, civilian, transport, and unmanned aircraft|
|Russia||Bazalt||Through Techmash, a Rostec company: weapons manufacturing company that designs, develops, and manufactures bombs, glide bombs, precision-guided munitions, and rocket-propelled grenade launchers (RPG)|
|Russia||Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET) or (CRET)||A holding company of Rostec: develops and manufactures military spec radio-electronic, state identification, aviation and radio-electronic equipment, multi-purpose measuring devices, detachable electrical connectors and a variety of civil products. Developed one of the two existing state radiolocation identification systems|
|Russia||Concern Sozvezdie||Through United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (UIMC), a Rostec company: develops and manufactures electronic warfare, radio communications, electronic countermeasures systems and equipment|
|Russia||KBP Instrument Design Bureau||Through High Precision Systems, a Rostec company: designs high-precision weapon systems|
|Russia||Uralvagonzavod||Holding company in Rostec: designs and manufactures railway cars, tractors, buldozers, Heavy equipment, T-14 Armata & T-90 main battle tanks, and other military weapon systems|
|Russia||Oboronprom||Holding company in Rostec: parent company of Russian Helicopters, leading Russian designer and manufacturer for helicopters and helicopter engines, their air-defense systems and complex radio-electronic systems.|
|Russia||VO Technopromexport (VO TPE), both OOO and OAO||Company supplying support for independent electrical power supply in Crimea|
|Russia||Interautomatika||Company supplying support for independent electrical power supply in Crimea|
|Crimea||Chornomornaftogaz||Crimea-based gas company, allegedly sanctioned in order to prevent Russian state company Gazprom from dealing with or acquiring it. After appropriation by Gazprom, also sanctioned by the EU.|
|Russia||Stroygazmontazh||Gas-related company tied to the Rotenbergs|
|Russia||Gazprom Neft||Energy company|
|Russia||Novatek||Russian natural gas producer controlled by Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Stroytransgaz||Energy company associated with Volga Group and Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Stroytransgaz-M||Energy company associated with Volga Group and Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Sakhatrans||Transportation company associated with Volga Group and Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Transoil||Largest privately owned Russian railway carrier of oil and oil products associated with Volga Group and Gennady Timchenko|
|Panama||Lerma Trading||Firm associated with Gennady Timchenko|
British Virgin Islands
|LTS Holdings||Formerly known as International Petroleum Products (IPP), a firm associated with Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Transservice LLC||Subsidiary of Transoil, associated with Gennady Timchenko|
|Luxembourg||Maples SA||Firm through which the Transservice and Transoil railway companies are associated with Gennady Timchenko|
|British Virgin Islands||Fentex Properties||Firm associated with Gennady Timchenko that controls his stake in Gunvor|
|Cyprus||White Seal Holdings||Firm associated with Gennady Timchenko through which he owns a large stake in Novatek|
|Russia||Aquanika||Company selling water associated with Volga Group and Gennady Timchenko|
|Crimea||Feodosia||Enterprise of oil supping|
|Crimea||State ferry enterprise 'Kerch ferry'||Enterprise transferred contrary to the Ukrainian law|
|Crimea||State enterprise 'Sevastopol commercial seaport'||Enterprise transferred contrary to the Ukrainian law|
|Crimea||State enterprise 'Kerch commercial sea port'||Enterprise transferred contrary to the Ukrainian law|
|Crimea||Resort 'Nizhnyaya Oreanda'||Enterprise transferred contrary to the Ukrainian law|
|Crimea||Crimean enterprise 'Azov distillery plant'||Enterprise transferred contrary to the Ukrainian law|
|Crimea||State concern 'National Association of producers "Massandra"'||Enterprise transferred contrary to the Ukrainian law|
|Crimea||State enterprise 'National Institute of Vine and Wine "Magarach"'||Enterprise transferred contrary to the Ukrainian law|
|Crimea||State enterprise 'Factory of sparkling wine Novy Svet'||Enterprise transferred contrary to the Ukrainian law|
|Crimea||Yalta Film Studio||Film production studio in Crimea that supports Russian interests|
|Russia||VAD, AO||Russia-based company constructing the Tavrida Highway (federal Р260) in Crimea which will be the primary connection among the Kerch Bridge, Simferopol, and Sevastopol|
|Russia||Dobrolet Airlines||Russian low-cost airline, exclusive operator of flights between Moscow and Simferopol|
|Crimea||Universal-Avia||Illegal ownership transfer of state-owned air transportation company|
|Russia||Avia Group Termnial LLC||Subsidiary of Sheremetyevo International Airport associated with Volga Group and Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Avia Group Nord||Subsidiary of Pulkovo International Airport associated with Volga Group and Gennady Timchenko|
|Russia||Army of the South-East (Russian: Армия Юго-Востока)||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Donbass People's Militia||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Great Don Army||Illegal armed separatist group that establish the Cossack National Guard|
|Russia||Cossack National Guard||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||People's Militia of Luhansk People's Republic||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Luhansk Guard||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Vostok Battalion||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||SOBOL||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Southeast Movement||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Oplot Battalion||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Kalmius Battalion||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Smert (death) Battalion||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Prizrak Brigade||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Somalia Battalion||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Sparta Battalion||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Zarya Battalion||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Night Wolves||Illegal armed separatist group|
|Russia||Free Donbass||Political party in Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Donetsk Republic||Political party in Donetsk People's Republic|
|Russia||Peace to Luhansk region||Political party in Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||People's Union||Political party in Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||Luhansk Economic Union||Political party in Luhansk People's Republic|
|Russia||Novorossiya Party||Political party in Federal State of Novorossiya|
|Russia||Federal State of Novorossiya||Unrecognized entity|
|Russia||Donetsk People's Republic||Unrecognized entity|
|Russia||Luhansk People's Republic||Unrecognized entity|
|Representative||Name||US[a]||EU,[b] NO||AL, IS, LI, ME||CA[c]||CH[d]||AUS[e]||Remarks|
Removed from sanction list
Early March 2014 the European Union froze all funds belonging to Raisa Bogatyrova on suspicion of her illegal use of budget funds. According to the Ukrainian government she has since repaid government funds that had been allegedly misappropriated. For this her funds in the EU were unfrozen on 6 March 2016.
In May 2014, Russia sanctioned more individuals of the United States and Canada, but the list has not yet been revealed.
After a member of the German Bundestag was denied entry into Russia in May 2015, Russia released a blacklist to European Union governments of 89 politicians and officials from the EU who are not allowed entry into Russia under the present sanctions regime. Russia asked for the blacklist to not be made public. The list is said to include eight Swedes, as well as two MPs and two MEPs from the Netherlands. Finland's national broadcaster Yle published a leaked German version of the list.
By Chechnya, against US and EU institutions' leaders
On 26 June 2014, the Head of the Russian republic of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, released a statement saying he created a sanction list including four individuals. The people on the list have been banned from entering the Chechen Republic and had all bank accounts frozen on 27 July 2014. This responds to the EU sanctions.
- Guantanamo List, the list of American officials barred from Russia
- Persona non grata and List of people declared persona non grata - individuals not welcome within certain countries
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