The U.S. Treasury extended the validity of temporary licenses for the activities of companies controlled by the Russian oligarchy Deripaska until January 21.
The U.S. Treasury Department has extended the validity of temporary licenses for the activities of the companies of EN+ Group, Rusal and GAZ group, the Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska.
Was extended from 7 to 21 January 2019.
This decision extends to U.S. investors closure of contracts and transactions with shares of Russian companies under us sanctions.
April 6 this year, the United States imposed new sanctions against Russian oligarchs and companies, including against Deripaska (supervises 48,13% of the company Rusal) and Viktor Vekselberg (together with partners, he controls 26.5% of Rusal). Also introduced sanctions against companies that they control.
The hit to the sanctions list means the blocking of assets in the United States and a ban on any business with these companies for American citizens, including any transactions with debt and equity instruments.
The U.S. Treasury first month on the sale of shares and debt instruments of these companies and two months for the completion of existing contracts. Restrictions were supposed to join the decorum 7 may and 5 June respectively. However, later these deadlines were repeatedly extended.
In September, the U.S. Treasury has allowed clients Rusal to sign new contracts without risk for secondary penalties.
Earlier, trump has promised to lift sanctions of Russia. Washington is ready to lift anti-Russian sanctions, but only under certain conditions. According to the representative of Washington, the sanctions will continue until full implementation by Moscow of its obligations under the Minsk and Crimea sanctions — until the return of the Peninsula Ukraine.
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