Russia approves list of states it describes as ‘enemy’

Russia approves list of states it describes as ‘enemy’

In addition to states, the list also includes foreign territories that Moscow believes have committed hostile acts against the Russian Federation, Russian companies and citizens.

According to Interfax, the listing order was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and is part of the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation “On the preliminary procedure for the fulfillment of obligations”, issued on March 5, 2022. Some creditors are foreign”.

According to this document, the list includes 27 member states of the European Union that approved severe sanctions against Russia after it invaded Ukraine on February 24.

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But it is also defined as hostile countries such as Australia, Albania, Andorra, Great Britain (including the island of Jersey and other overseas territories it controls such as Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands, and Gibraltar), Iceland, and Liechtenstein.

In addition, Micronesia, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Republic of Korea, San Marino, North Macedonia, Singapore, Taiwan, Montenegro, Switzerland, Japan and Ukraine have relations of their own.

Source: Ulti Mahora