On Monday, September 26, Great Britain expanded the list of sanctions against Russia. The reason for this was the holding of "referendums" in the captured territories. This is stated on the website of the British government.
The list of sanctions includes 33 citizens of Russia due to the holding of "referendums" in the regions of Ukraine occupied by the Russian army.
"10 employees of Radkombank, 16 employees of Oschadbank, as well as "heads of military-civilian administrations" of Ukrainian regions, where "referendums" are taking place, were sanctioned, the report says.
The sanctions also affected the officials of the Russian President's Office for Internal Policy.