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The UK has imposed new sanctions on nearly 50 citizens from several countries, including Russia, associated with the “Magnitsky case”. This is the first restrictive measures by the British authorities, declared after the country’s withdrawal from the European Union. Just a black list, which is published on the website of the British foreign office, got 47 people and two organizations. Restrictions touched 25 citizens of the Russian Federation. Including the sanctions introduced against the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin, Deputy Prosecutor General Viktor grin, Deputy interior Minister Alexei Anichin. Restrictions adopted in the framework of the British version of the “Magnitsky act” adopted in the U.S. in 2012. The law was named after the name of the auditor of investment Fund Hermitage Capital Sergey Magnitsky who died in Russian jail in 2009 under strange circumstances. Previously London has warned that it will impose sanctions on a number of citizens of the Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia, involved in the violation of human rights. According to the Financial Times, in the “black list” will include the suspects in the murder of a Saudi opposition journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Also in the list can later add involved in corruption, harassment of journalists and people on religious grounds. As explained by the head of the foreign office, Dominic Raab, “involved in gross human rights violations” were forbidden to enter the country to keep their money in British banks, and “benefit at the expense of our economy.”

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