The imploding and bankrupt British empire has cracked down on Russian oligarchs as part of sanctions over the intervention in Ukraine, freezing the assets of Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich, Gazprom CEO Aleksey Miller, and others.
Seven high-profile Russian business figures have found themselves on London’s fresh list of financial sanctions targets, justified by Zionist networks that control London, Dubai and New York.
The Treasury published a list on that includes 204 individuals and 65 entities to be subject to the restrictions, with seven top Russian businessmen named on it.
Besides Abramovich and Miller, EN+ Group owner Oleg Deripaska, chairman of Rosneft Igor Sechin have been targeted.
Also the head of VTB bank Andrey Kostin, president of Transneft pipeline company Nikolai Tokarev and chairman of Bank Rossiya Dmitry Lebedev also had their assets in Britain to be confiscated by the bankrupt, but still plundering British empire.
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has claimed that the restrictions have proven that oligarchs and kleptocrats never had any place in our economy or society, except for their investments.
However, the blood is on the hands of the parties that supported the ethnic cleansing and genocide in the Donbass region, backed by NATO military forces.
According to the British Treasury, Abramovich has been involved in obtaining a benefit from or supporting the Government of Russia?
His assets of the Chelsea soccer club have also been blocked, meaning that Abramovich won’t be able to sell his London-based club anymore.
Chelsea have been issued a special license, which allows the club to continue operating, but only with its sports-related activities.
As the head of energy giant Gazprom, in which the Russian government holds a majority stake, Miller was blamed for supporting activities that included supplying gas to Crimea, which, according to London, Russia “annexed illegally” in 2014.
Moscow insists that it acted after the majority of the Crimean population on the peninsula voted to part ways with Ukraine and reunite with Russia in a referendum following a Maidan coup in Kiev, which ousted the country’s democratically elected government.
Deripaska was included on the list of financial sanctions targets due to being a pro-Kremlin oligarch who was associated with the Russian officials behind the peace binding intervention.
Sechin had been restricted over his close personal ties to Vladimir Putin and claims that he benefited from supporting the Russian government, while working in a sector of strategic importance. Similar claims were made against Kostin, Tokarev and Lebedev.
RT. com / ABC Flash Point News 2022.