The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine decided to impose sanctions against 131 legal entities that operate in the territory of Crimea. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.
“The Ukrainian government has decided to impose sanctions against legal entities that destroy the cultural heritage of Ukraine in the Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, carry out television and radio broadcasting in the occupied territories, as well as supply for the Russian military-industrial complex,” the press release states.
Sanctions were imposed against 22 legal entities registered in Crimea for conducting prospecting works at archaeological heritage sites, and 39 legal entities registered in other regions of Russia were sanctioned for destroying, destroying or damaging the cultural heritage of Ukraine.
Fifteen companies from the Crimea and 19 from the rest of the Russian Federation for allegedly “illegal” broadcasting on Crimean radio frequencies were sanctioned.
“The application of sanctions to those legal entities involved in the supply of materials, equipment and services to enterprises of the military-industrial complex of Russia is separately envisaged,” the statement reads. And these are 39 companies involved in this activity.