Japan imposes new sanctions against Russia

Japan expands sanctions against Russia, introduced by Tokyo in connection with the war in Ukraine, and prohibits the provision of RF Services for Buchochka, Audit and Consulting from September 5. In addition, the Japanese Ministry of Finance approved the ban on the import of Russian gold, stipulating, however, that the details of this prohibition will be named later.

Deutsche Vella writes that, in addition, the list of persons and organizations that are under sanctions has been expanded, in which the Japanese authorities introduced, in particular, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Grigorenko, cellist Sergei Roldugin with his wife Elena Mirtova, as well as relatives of the entrepreneur Alexei Mordashova.