A REPERTORY OF SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIAN AND BELARUSIAN  MEDIA 

In this directory, we aim to track sanctions in the field of media against companies, personalities or activities, using official publications as well as press records. The repertory does not claim to be fully comprehensive as official publications do not always indicate in a detailed manner the reasons of the sanctions or the field of activity of a specific person. Proposals for amendments can be sent to histv3@gmail.com

1. EU SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIAN AND BELARUSIAN MEDIA

Russia

Belarus

2. EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

3. UNITED STATES

4. CANADA

5. UNITED KINGDOM

6. AUSTRALIA

GENERAL INFORMATION ON SANCTIONS IN THE EU

0.1. Introduction - Basic texts on sanctions

(Website of the European Commission)

0.2. Sanctions against Russia

(Website of the European Council)

0.3. Sanctons against Belarus
(Website of the European Council)

 

0.4. Information on sanctions by EU Member States

      FI -Finland   FR - France  GR - Greece   HR - Croatia        HU - Hungary IE - Ireland  IT - Italy  LT -Lithuania  

       LU - Luxembourg  LV - Latvia  - MT - Malta  

       NL - Netherlands  PL - Poland   PT - Portugal  

      RO - Romania   SE - Sweden  SI - Slovenia  

      SK - Slovakia

Sanctions trackers :

 

OpenSanctions database 

Correctiv : Live monitoring of all sanctions against Russia by Correctiv 

Ashurst : Russia Sanctions Tracker 

BakeR McKenzie, Sanctions Blog

Sanction Scanner

Santions, Law, Practice and Guidance

The Putin's List

The project  The Putin's List propose by the Free Russia Forum  aims to gather information related to persons of the following categories:

  • The POWER-HOLDERS of Russia, who seized and unlawfully hold power in the country;

  • The EXECUTORS”, who, as public servants and MPs, directly implement the Kremlin’s policy of felonious retention of power in the country;

  • The “TRANSGRESSORS, from among the judges, prosecutors, investigators, lawyers, law enforcement officers and their agents responsible for the direct implementation of the repression and prosecution of the opposition;

  • The AGGRESSORS, who are responsible for carrying out the policies of war, occupation and chaos against other countries, in violation of international law, in the political interests of the leadership of the country;

  • The BENEFICIARIES, foreign partners of the Russian government who contribute to the implementation of its felonious plans to undermine international law and global peace, justice and democracy.

  • The OLIGARCHS AND CORRUPT OFFICIALS, who are responsible for plundering Russia on a state-wide scale, by direct membership in the Russian government or proximity to it through relatives and other proxies;

  • The PROPAGANDISTS, who are responsible for creating and disseminating state information, deliberately deceiving people in the interests of the political leadership and creating an atmosphere of widespread hatred and intolerance;

  • The “ACCOMPLICES”, who reap personal profit from cooperation with government authorities, to the detriment of the interests of the country and its citizens;

The database of the Free Russia Forum, “PUTIN’S LIST”, does not replace the work of law enforcement agencies, but considers it necessary given the absence of an independent court system in Russia. The agency aims to collect and systematize data on crimes and those who use their connections to the government to evade legal responsibility.

“PUTIN’S LIST” is intended to become a resource for the future lustration campaign and public defamation of persons responsible for the destruction of freedom in Russia.

“PUTIN’S LIST” is run on by volunteers and uses information from open and other sources.