The sanctions impose asset freezes and dealings prohibitions.
14:25, 30 March 2021
London is leaning toward a tougher American stance on sanctions, while the EU may start easing pressure following the UK withdrawal.
22:30, 31 January 2020
Naftogaz of Ukraine received US$2.9 billion from Russia's energy giant on December 27.
12:00, 21 January 2020
At the same time, Russia will insist that Ukraine pay off a US$3 billion "debt" on eurobonds, the so-called "Yanukovych loan".
10:40, 26 December 2019
The purpose of this decision is to support legal mutual assistance between Switzerland and Ukraine.
16:20, 13 December 2019
The EU Council can appeal the General Court ruling at its highest tribunal, the European Court of Justice.
15:00, 15 July 2019
The General Court of the European Union on July 11, 2018, lifted sanctions earlier imposed on Andriy Klyuyev.
16:20, 22 February 2019
The sanctions include visa bans and asset freezes.
16:36, 15 February 2019
The purpose of this decision is to support judicial cooperation between Switzerland and Ukraine.
10:53, 20 December 2018
The accounts in question had initially been frozen as part of the investigation carried out by the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine.
16:20, 14 December 2018
Naftogaz is confident that the Stockholm court will rescind its decision to suspend the Stockholm Arbitration award, Kobolyev believes.
19:10, 19 June 2018
<p>The European Court of Justice recognized as legal the freezing of assets of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and his son Oleksandr, Europeiska Pravda reported with reference to a statement by the court's secretariat.</p>
14:25, 19 October 2017
<p>The Cabinet of Ministers authorized the Ministry of Justice to procure legal services to represent Ukraine's interests in a Swiss court aimed at returning the funds laid out as financial guarantees for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, as stated in the relevant government decree.</p>
10:35, 11 August 2017