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Roman Abramovich, Oleg Deripaska And Five Other Oligarchs Have Assets Worth £15bn FROZEN In The UK… Here’s All You Need To Know About The Russian Oligarchs Sanctioned

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Other oligarchs have been sanctioned alongside Roman Abramovich today, including Oleg Deripaska – an industrialist worth £2bn who has had close links with the British political establishment.

The list includes:
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  • Roman Abramovich: owner of Chelsea FC and has stakes in steel giant Evraz and Norilsk Nickel;
  • Oleg Deripaska: has stakes in En+ Group;

    Oleg Deripaska
  • Igor Sechin: chief executive of Rosneft;

    Igor Sechin
  • Andrey Kostin: chairman of VTB bank;

    Andrey Kostin
  • Alexei Miller: chief executive of energy company Gazprom;

    Alexei Miller
  • Nikolai Tokarev: president of the Russia state-owned pipeline company Transneft;

    Russia’s President Vladimir Putin (L) and Transneft President Nikolai Tokarev, who has been awarded For Merit to the Fatherland Order (1st class), are seen during a ceremony to present the highest state decorations at Moscow’s Kremlin.
  • Dmitri Lebedev: chairman of the Board of Directors of Bank Rossiya

    Dmitri Lebedev

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Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said: “Today’s sanctions show once again that oligarchs and kleptocrats have no place in our economy or society. With their close links to Putin they are complicit in his aggression.

“The blood of the Ukrainian people is on their hands. They should hang their heads in shame.

“Our support for Ukraine will not waver. We will not stop in this mission to ramp up the pressure on the Putin regime and choke off funds to his brutal war machine.”

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