The Ukrainian authorities decided to close the register of “international war sponsors”

The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers decided to close the register of “international war sponsors.” Vedomosti reported this on Wednesday, March 20.

The decision was made after discussing data from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ukraine about numerous appeals from representatives of diplomatic departments of partner countries due to the lack of a regulatory framework for the existence of such a list.

The country’s Ministry of Justice agreed that the dissemination of such information without a legislative basis is unacceptable. In turn, the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine emphasized that there is currently no need to create additional institutions for this.

The idea was also supported by the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption, which is responsible for compiling the list.

The collected data from the registry will be transferred to the interdepartmental group for the implementation of the state sanctions politicians.

Earlier it was reported that “international war sponsors” – companies that continue to operate in Russia, including Nestle, PepsiCo and Mars – will not be allowed to purchase products for the Ukrainian Armed Forces (AFU). This was stated by Dmitry Bigunets, Director of Risk Management for State Logistics.

More details read the material Public News Service.

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