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EU Expands Ukraine-Related Sanctions; U.S. Targets Russian Bank for Aiding Syrian Government; U.S. Updates Sanctions Rules
14 May 2014
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The European Union has expanded the criteria for its Russia/Ukraine sanctions regime, imposing sanctions on a further 13 individuals.
For the first time in connection with the Ukraine crisis, the EU has also frozen the assets of two companies, one of which was previously blocked by US sanctions.
The United States has issued new regulations clarifying and updating its Syrian and Ukraine-related sanctions programs, and it has frozen the assets of a Russian bank and its chairman under the US-Syria sanctions program.
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