On the basis of the “Magnitsky act”, which previously took, the Lithuanian Seimas, 49 Russian citizens denied entry into the country because of human rights violations and money laundering.
The migration Department of Lithuania on Monday, 15 January, released a list of 49 Russians who because of human rights violations and money laundering denied entry to Lithuania.
Earlier, a list approved by the head of the interior Ministry of Lithuania on the basis of the “Magnitsky act”, which entered into force in the country on 1 January 2018.
In the document, which is available on the Internet, the names, surnames, date of birth and citizenship of persons banned from entering Lithuania.
In the list, in particular, are the leader of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, the head of RF Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin and Deputy Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the interior Ministry major-General Oleg Logunov, who led the case of Sergei Magnitsky.
Recall that in late 2012, the U.S. passed the Magnitsky act of sanctions against Russians, sacrament, according to the American authorities, to human rights violations.
The “Magnitsky list”, named in memory of who died in a Moscow jail the auditor of Fund Hermitage Capital Sergey Magnitsky, accused of tax fraud. It provides visa and economic sanctions against several Russian citizens.
Note: Lithuania has become the fourth country, which adopted the analogue of “Magnitsky act”. Previously did in the UK and Canada.
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