America banned arms supply network to Russia, said – will have to pay a big price. The US has sanctioned 14 individuals and 28 entities linked to a Russian arms supply network.
The US claims that these individuals and entities were part of an international network that procured weapons and supplied them to Russia for the attack on Ukraine.
The Russian Embassy in Washington has termed this action as blackmail.
The US Treasury also sanctioned family members of Russian businessman Suleiman Kerimov and others who provide financial facilities to Suleiman’s network.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a statement, “The United States will continue to seek to disrupt the arms supply chain to Russia.”
America banned arms supply networks to Russia: Russian President Vladimir Putin and the helpers of those who perpetrated cruelty in Ukraine will have to pay a heavy price.
The US Treasury has blacklisted a Russian microelectronics company that is alleged to be part of Moscow’s military research and development unit.
The US has also blacklisted three establishments associated with the company and several office bearers.
Meanwhile, a video has been released on Tuesday, in which Russian soldiers are seen calm on the banks of the Dnipro River in the Kherson province of southern Ukraine.
Russia has announced the withdrawal of its forces from a wide area of the Dnipro River. Russian soldiers are nowhere to be seen in a video from the town of Olesky.
Families have begun to return to Ukrainian villages following the withdrawal of Russian military forces.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has welcomed the US and China’s warning to Russia against the use of nuclear weapons in war.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell told reporters in Brussels that member states should not compete with each other to buy weapons or supply military equipment to Ukraine.
“We should work together to focus on a better price, better quality, and on time,” he said.
The European Union has appealed to the member countries to buy weapons together so that there is no competition among themselves.
Both Russia and Ukraine are torturing prisoners of war.
The United Nations Office for Human Rights (OHCHR) said that almost nine months have passed since the war, and during this time both Russia and Ukraine have been torturing prisoners of war.
The UN monitoring team based in Ukraine made this conclusion based on interviews with more than 100 prisoners of war on both sides.