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Russia’s extended list of “unfriendly countries”

Nations unfriendly to Russia. | Photo: Twitter/ @RussiaVsWorld_

The countries in this list are restricted due to limiting Russia’s international capabilities.

“Currently, the “unfriendly countries” list includes countries such as Albania, Andorra, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, all the States of the European Union, Iceland, Japan, Liechtenstein, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, New Zealand. , Norway, Korea, San Marino, North Macedonia, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Ukraine.
Through this list, the Kremlin places restrictions on countries that have sought to limit Russian international economic and political capabilities, especially since the special military operation in Ukraine began in February. Among those hostile actions, for example, are the seizures of Russian assets abroad.

As established by the Putin administration, unfriendly countries must pay for goods and services in rubles and obtain government approval to develop corporate deals. Citizens of the listed countries are also restricted in obtaining a Russian visa.”


Reposted from the telesurenglish website