The Federal government announced more sanctions last week against a Russian Federation financier already in its crosshairs for his alleged support of crackdowns against democracy protests in Sudan.
Last week the Federal government announced sanctions against six Russian individuals and eight entities it says are involved in various acts of aggression against the people of Ukraine.
The Federal government last week sanctioned over a dozen Russian Federation nationals due to allegations that they were involved in manipulating U.S. elections, hacking into the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) computer systems, and releasing a nerve agent in England.
Two Russian nationals and nine Russian companies have been given additional sanctioned by the United States government on accusations that they were involved in "malign activities" intended to destabilize the Ukrainian government.
The United States Treasury Department announced the listing last week of a Russian firm, a Slovak firm, and two other Russian individuals on allegations that the quartet circumvented sanctions placed on another Russian firm that was listed previously.
A Russian bank, several associated firms, and one individual were the recipients of sanctions by the Federal government last week due to their alleged involvement with North Korea's weapons of mass destruction program.