Regarding dictator Putin: Czech authorities imposed personal sanctions on Medvedchuk

Czech authorities have expanded the list of personal sanctions against Russia to include two individuals and one legal entity. Among them was Viktor Medvedchuk.

Former People’s Deputy of Ukraine Viktor Medvedchuk was included in the expanded sanctions list of the Czech authorities. In addition, sanctions were imposed on propagandist Artem Marchevsky and the Voice of Europe company, which, according to Czech intelligence services, was secretly financed by Medvedchuk. According to iROZHLAS, Prime Minister Petr Fiala announced the relevant decision of the Czech government.

According to Fiala, the new sanctions need to hit the pro-Russian network that is trying to influence democratic processes in Europe, because those added to the sanctions list are aimed at influencing elections and other political processes in the European Union and subsequently in the European Parliament. .

“This could potentially have a serious impact on the security of the Czech Republic and the EU,” the Czech Prime Minister said.

He also added that Medvedchuk leads a number of influential networks in the Russian Federation and is personally connected to dictator Vladimir Putin.

Additionally, Czech authorities believe that Voice of Europe exists to influence and actively spread disinformation and propaganda against Ukraine’s territorial integrity, independence, sovereignty, stability and security.

On March 18, Medvedchuk’s superyacht, detained abroad, was put up for auction, and the proceeds from its sale will be transferred to the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The yacht itself was arrested in the port of Rijeka, Croatia, in mid-March 2022.

Meanwhile, according to media reports, Viktor Medvedchuk, who is accused of treason, wants to return his mandate, money and Ukrainian citizenship. Living in Russia, he is suing Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, the Verkhovna Rada and the National Security and Defense Council.

Let us recall that on March 27, the Latvian Government decided to sell by auction a plot of land in the center of Riga on which the “Moscow House” is located due to the subordination of structures before expropriation. It belonged to Vladimir Putin and Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin. Lithuanians will donate the proceeds from the sale to the needs of Ukraine.

Source: Focus


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