On October 19, the President signed a decree according to which the decision of the National Security and Defense Council “On the application and amendment of personal special economic and other restrictive measures (sanctions)” comes into force.
Our appeals to various authorities gave their result and Vladimir Krupchak – a Russian oligarch who has (had:)) pulp and paper business in Ukraine – was on the sanctions lists (together with his daughter)!
Now their assets are blocked for 10 years and restrictions on trade operations are introduced. They are prohibited from acquiring ownership of land plots. Also capital withdrawal from Ukraine will be prevented, etc.
We remind you that Krupchak owns a multibillion-dollar woodworking and pulp and paper business in russia, which continues to cut down the original taiga, talking about “environmental friendliness” and hiding behind “certificates”, and most importantly – to pay tens of millions of dollars in taxes to the budget of the aggressor country.
We hope that after the Ukrainian sanctions are imposed, the Austrian government will impose restrictions on the Austrian-registered company Pulp Mill Holding, which Krupchak uses to conduct its business. And our government will take action to prevent the Austrian registration from actually confiscating russian business.
P.S.: Now the thesis is spreading in the media that imposing sanctions on the oligarch will lead to the fact that his companies will stop production, and settlements will be left without heating and hot water. This is manipulation. We are talking only about changing the owner from the present to the state. We are not talking about stopping enterprises.
It will be fair if the assets of the russian oligarch serve for the benefit of Ukraine!