The United States imposed sanctions against companies from third countries for cooperation with Russia

The US government has introduced sanctions against a number of companies from Armenia, Belarus and China. Allegedly for violating export control measures against Russia.

A press release from the US Treasury Department notes that this department is acting “with a clear warning about the high risks of being subject to export controls for organizations inside and outside of Russia for supporting the Russian army,” the Prime agency reports.

57 legal entities have been added to the sanctions list. In particular, companies from Armenia, Belarus and China fell under the American measures.

Recall that earlier Washington repeatedly threatened companies from third countries with sanctionsif the United States considers that they are violating US sanctions against Russia.

It can be assumed that such attacks will be continued by the US authorities in an attempt to make it as difficult as possible for Russia to cooperate with companies from third countries.

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