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Canada has imposed sanctions against another 35 Russian citizens and six organizations from the Russian Federation, according to the website of the country’s government.

The sanctions list included, in particular, Deputy Prime Ministers Alexander Novak and Denis Manturov, Energy Minister Nikolai Shulginov, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Gazprom Viktor Zubkov, Rector of the RANEPA and member of the Board of Directors of Gazprom Vladimir Mau.

Among legal entities, the oil company Lukoil, the insurance company Sogaz and the transport and logistics group Transoil fell under the restrictions.

Besides, how reported on the website of the Prime Minister of Canada, the country’s government will issue five-year Ukraine Sovereignty Bonds. All proceeds from the sale of the bonds will be sent to Ukraine through the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, the Canadian authorities have added more than 1,400 individuals and legal entities from Russia to the sanctions list, and also provided assistance to Ukraine in the amount of about two billion dollars, according to the website of the head of the Canadian government.

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