The office of foreign assets control (OFAC) of the U.S. Treasury Department said on Thursday that certain American organizations bypass sanctions imposed on Crimea, said the mass media of America.
It was found that certain American organizations continue to carry out deliveries to Crimea, But mark the goods, indicating as buyer of the Russian Federation. And If in most cases on trade relations with Russia punishment of the U.S. Treasury are not subject, with respect to trade with Crimea they operate, RIA "news" referring to Forbes.
If the organization Among the customers which are third parties that are located in Ukraine And in Russia, going to work on, they will need to work with special care, says the magazine. As Washington regarding Russia tends to look inflexible And rigid, the organization will be penalties on the principle of – the more famous the Company, the higher the penalty. Thus, the Control OFAC zavaro that certain physical And legal entities in the implementation of financial transactions in the codes SWIFT banking transactions indicate inaccurate address of the ordering customer or the sender, or not show it at all. In parts of the SWIFT messages and no data about the recipient And the initiator of the payment and other payment messages addressed to foreign countries, indicate only partial data about the recipients of funds in the Crimea. For violating the sanctions against the Crimea And major Russian energy companies And credit organizations until not fined any company. But If it happens, violators can be fined several million, and the largest firms – several hundred million dollars. On Thursday, the U.S. Treasury Department said on the introduction of penalties regarding eleven physical And fifteen legal entities. Among the participants of the list, for example, Russian businessman Roman Rotenberg And son of former President of Ukraine Oleksandr Yanukovych. The list also included Izhevsk mechanical plant, the concern " Izhmash ", the number of trade ports in Crimea, "daughter" VEB AND Rosneft. The U.S. explained the extension blacklist organizations attempts to circumvent punishment.