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Rusia prohíbe a entrada a decenas de británicos máis, incluíndo Starmer, Cameron e Piers Morgan

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A bandeira británica ondea xunto á embaixada británica en Moscova, Rusia, o 15 de marzo de 2018.

Russia announced Monday (1 August) sanctions against 39 British politicians and officials. The sanctions prohibit them from entering Russia to support the “demonization” of the country.

The targets include Keir Starmer from the opposition Labour Party, David Cameron’s former prime minister, and prominent TV journalists Piers, Robert Peston, and Huw Edwards.

These names will be added to the names of over 200 other Britons that Russia has already expelled, including many of Britain’s most prominent politicians.

Estas prohibicións de viaxes, que reflicten as que Rusia puxo noutros países occidentais en resposta á invasión de Ucraína, son simbólicas porque as relacións xa están nun punto baixo e é improbable que algún dos obxectivos tivese previsto visitar o país.

O Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores ruso afirmou que seguirá engadindo á lista.

It stated in a statement that “Given London’s destructive drive to spin sanctions flywheel on farsighted and absurd pretexts, work on expanding Russia’s stop-list will continue.”

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Separately, the Russian General Prosecutor declared that the Calvert 22 Foundation, an organization for non-profits based in London, had been designated as an “undesirable organization”.

It stated in a statement that “it has been established its activity poses a risk to the foundations and the security of Russia Federation”.

A organización foi creada en 2009 por Nonna Materkova, unha economista de orixe rusa. Céntrase nas artes, a cultura e a historia de Rusia e Europa do Leste.

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