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KIEV, August 12. /TASS/. Ukrainian government proposes to introduce sanctions against 1,124 Russian individuals and 156 corporation, the press service of the cabinet said on Wednesday.
"The sanctions will be applied in two packages to 1,124 Russian individuals and 156 corporations," the report said.
The list of the persons and enterprises to be subjected to sanctions has been submitted to the National Council for Security and Defense.
Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said an expanded list of US sanctions against Russia had taken effect on Tuesday. "The cabinet of ministers endorses a second expanded package of sanctions today and sends them for scrutiny to the National Security and Defense Council," he said.
The Ukrainian government issued a resolution on September 11, 2014, on the imposition of sanctions. They concerned bans for a number of Russians to enter the Ukrainian territory, to take part in privatizations, and to export dual technologies and commodities to Russia.