The Russian government has imposed sanctions on 322 Ukrainian citizens and 68 Ukrainian companies. The sanctions were attributed to Ukraine’s unfriendly actions in relation to Russian citizens and legal entities.
According to the Interfax Ukraine news agency, the companies affected by the sanctions include the Myronivskyi Khliboprodukt agricultural holding company, sunflower oil producer Kernel Holding, and the Ferrexpo iron ore group (the owner of the Poltava, Yeristove, and Belanovsky ore mining and processing plants).
Russia also imposed sanctions on the Kharkiv tractor plant, the Ukrkhimenergo power company, Pokrovsky ore mining and processing plant, the Galnaftogaz Concern, Kryvyi Rih iron ore plant, the Vostochny ore mining and processing plant, the DniproAzot chemical plant, Credit Dnipro Bank, and the AvtoKrAZ holding company.
The others include the State Food and Grain Corporation of Ukraine, Zaporizhkoks, the Irshansk ore mining and processing plant, the Galnaftogaz Concern, the Marganets ore mining and processing plant, the Nika-Tera Terminal (Mykolaiv), the Nibulon company, the Sumykhimprom company, the Ukrspirt company, and the Fozzy Group.
The full list of individuals and companies affected by the sanctions is available here.