Lukashenka’s son falls under Ukrainian sanctions

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The eldest son of Alexander Lukashenko Viktor

The “black” list of the Ukrainian government includes 52 Belarusian officials, including Viktor Lukashenko.

52 citizens of the republic have been included in the sanctions list approved by the Cabinet of Ministers regarding Belarus, informs on Thursday, July 8, the Interfax-Ukraine agency citing a government decree.

It should be noted that the application of new personal restrictive measures to Belarusians for a period of three years should be approved by the National Security and Defense Council. If approved, the sanctioned persons will be prohibited from entering and transit through the territory of Ukraine, and their assets will be blocked.

So, the list proposed by the government includes:

  • Yuri Karaev – Assistant to the President of the Republic of Belarus – Inspector for the Grodno Region since October 29, 2020, former Minister of Internal Affairs, Major General of Militia;
  • Gennady Kazakevich – First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs – Head of the Criminal Militia of the Republic of Belarus, Militia Colonel;
  • Alexander Barsukov – Assistant to the President of the Republic of Belarus in Minsk since October 29, 2020, former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, Lieutenant General of the Police;
  • Sergei Khomenko – Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, Major General of the Police;
  • Yuri Nazarenko – First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, Major General of Militia, Former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, Commander of Internal Troops;
  • Khazalbek Atabekov – Deputy Commander of Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Alexander Shepelev – Director of the Department for Security and Safety of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Dmitry Balaba – head of a special police detachment at the Minsk City Executive Committee of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Ivan Kubrakov – Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus since October 29, 2020, former head of the Main Department of Internal Affairs of the Minsk City Executive Committee of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Maxim Gamola – former head of the police department of the Moskovsky district of Minsk, Republic of Belarus;
  • Alexander Aleshkevich – First Deputy Head of the District Department of Internal Affairs in the Moskovsky District of Minsk, Republic of Belarus, Head of the Criminal Police;
  • Andrey Galenko – Deputy Head of the District Department of Internal Affairs of the Moskovsky District of Minsk, Republic of Belarus, Head of the Public Security Militia;
  • Alexander Vasiliev – Head of the Department of Internal Affairs of the Gomel Regional Executive Committee of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Oleg Shulyakovsky – first deputy head of the department of internal affairs of the Gomel regional executive committee of the Republic of Belarus, head of the criminal police;
  • Anatoly Vasiliev – Deputy Head of the Department of Internal Affairs of the Gomel Regional Executive Committee of the Republic of Belarus, Head of the Public Security Police;
  • Alexander Astreiko – Head of the Department of Internal Affairs of the Brest Regional Executive Committee of the Republic of Belarus, Major General of Militia;
  • Leonid Zhuravsky – head of a special police detachment in the city of Vitebsk, Republic of Belarus;
  • Mikhail Domarnitsky – head of a special police detachment in the city of Gomel of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Maksim Mikhovich – head of a special police detachment in the city of Brest of the Republic of Belarus, police lieutenant colonel;
  • Ivan Sokolovsky – Head of the Minsk Detention Center Akrestsin The Republic of Belarus;
  • Valery Vakulchik – Assistant to the President of the Republic of Belarus – Inspector for the Brest Region since October 29, 2020, former Chairman of the State Security Committee (KGB) of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Sergey Terebov – First Deputy Chairman of the KGB of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Dmitry Reutsky – Deputy Chairman of the KGB of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Vladimir Kalach – Deputy Chairman of the KGB of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Oleg Chernyshev – Deputy Chairman of the KGB of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Alexander Konyuk – Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus to Armenia since November 19, 2020, former Prosecutor General of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Lidia Yermoshina – Chairperson of the Central Election Commission (CEC) of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Vadim Ipatov – Deputy Chairman of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Elena Dmukhaylo – Secretary of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Andrey Gurzhiy – member of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Olga Doroshenko – member of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Sergey Kalinovsky – member of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Svetlana Katsuba – member of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Alexander Losyakin – member of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Igor Plishevsky – member of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Marina Rakhmanova – Member of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Oleg Slizhevsky – member of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Irina Tselikovets – member of the CEC of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Viktor Lukashenko – Adviser to the President of the Republic of Belarus on National Security Issues, member of the Security Council of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Igor Sergeenko – Head of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Ivan Tertel – Chairman of the KGB, former Chairman of the State Committee for Control of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Roman Melnik – Head of the Main Directorate of Law Enforcement and Prevention of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Ivan Noskevich – Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Alexey Volkov – Chairman of the State Forensic Expertise Committee, former First Deputy Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Sergey Azemsha – Deputy Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Andrey Smal – Deputy Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Andrey Pavlyuchenko – Head of the Operational and Analytical Center under the President of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Igor Zubovsky – Deputy Minister of Information of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Natalia Eismont – Press Secretary of the President of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Sergey Zubkov – unit commander Alpha (special forces of the Republic of Belarus);
  • Andrey Ravkov – Former State Secretary of the Security Council of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Petr Miklashevich – Chairman of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Belarus.

Let us remind you that Alexander Lukashenko threatened the European Union to restrict the transit of transport in case of new sanctions. He said that Belarus is still behaving “like a human being” in terms of transit, but in case of new sanctions, the transport will “go around the North Pole.”

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