E-petition initiative to ban in Ukraine the activities of Russian financial institutions, among them Sberbank, Alfa-Bank and VTB, registered on the official Internet office of the Ukrainian President Peter Poroshenko on the first day of the week.
the Creator of the petition believes that the activities of these credit institutions in Ukraine as if to harm the state. As long as the petition was supported by 10 people.
The process of petition began on the Internet representation of the President of Ukraine on August 28 this year. Electronic petition addressed to the President of the country, is considered subject to collection in support of More than 25 thousand signatures of Residents for less than three months from the date of promulgation. If the petition gaining the appropriate number of votes, the Director may make in the prescribed manner to the Verkhovna Rada the draft laws aimed at solving the petition questions.
first of Poroshenko issued a decree on the introduction of penalties concerning the Inhabitants of foreign countries, " responsible for the implementation of illegal activities against Ukraine ". Initially, the sanctions list included 382 individuals and 105 legal entities, including citizens of 23 countries, among them politicians, officials and correspondents. Different types of punishment, from the ban on entry into the country before the arrest of the property, is entered for a period of one year.
Ukrainian authorities on 16 September also imposed penalties on 25 Russian airlines, 2 of which no longer happens. Included in the Sanction list of the largest Russian carriers, including "Aeroflot" (with all subsidiary airlines), rehabilitated "Transaero" and " Siberia ". According to the decree of the President, all of them are not fully or completely banned the transit of resources, flights and travel through the territory of Ukraine.
Moscow repeatedly stated that it is not a party to domestic conflict and not privy to the events in the South-East, is interested in Ukraine overcame political and economic crisis.