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Ukraine launches website on Western components of Russian missiles and weapons

Ukraine has launched a new website with information on sanctioned companies and individuals responsible for Russian aggression against Ukraine, the head of the President's Office Andrii Yermak announced.

In March 2024, the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption said it would no longer maintain its register of “international war sponsors” due to pressure from some of Ukraine's partners, according to Ukrainska Pravda. The decision sparked controversy among Ukraine activists and supporters.

The agency said it would transfer all information previously contained on the War and Sanctions portal to the interagency working group responsible for implementing state sanctions policy.

The new website now features details on sanctioned entities or individuals, individuals involved in promoting war in the art industry, and foreign components found by Ukraine in weapons Russia uses to attack the country.

Yermak emphasized: “The website presents information on various restrictive measures implemented by the international community and their impact on the economy and military capabilities of the Russian Federation.”

Users can access sanctions data across various sectors, including finance, energy, military and technology. In addition, they can learn about Ukraine's initiatives to intensify restrictions and pressure on the aggressor.

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Previously, kyiv had faced considerable pressure, even blackmail, from some Western partners in response to the list of “war sponsors”, on whose support and assistance Ukraine was directly dependent. So, last year, companies from the three countries exerting the greatest pressure on Ukraine were gradually removed from the list of “war sponsors”.

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