This was stated by Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo, RBC-Ukraine reports with reference to the press service of the US Treasury.
“This morning, the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control is issuing guidance that clearly states that we are ready and able to impose sanctions on people, companies or countries that supply munitions to Russia or support the Russian military-industrial complex,” Adeyemo said.
Asked what else Western allies can do to increase pressure on Russia, one European financial official said on condition of anonymity: “We can expand the list of people who are subject to sanctions. We can expand the number of goods that are restricted for export. But I think that sanctions will clearly show their impact on value chains in Russia.”
According to him, the impact of the sanctions on the automotive and aviation sectors of the Russian economy in the near future is quite obvious.
Earlier we wrote that the European Union extended for a year sanctions against Russia aimed at combating the use and proliferation of chemical weapons.
It was also reported that, despite the sanctions, an American technology company supplied computer network equipment to a Russian manufacturer of missiles for S-400 complexes.