EU sanctions 30 individuals, including Russian philosopher Dugin, CEC head Pamfilova
BRUSSELS. Oct 6 (Interfax) - The eighth package of European Union sanctions against Russia includes 30 people, among whom are philosopher Alexander Dugin and Central Election Commission (CEC) chairperson Ella Pamfilova, and six enterprises and the CEC, under a document published in the Official Journal of the EU on Thursday.
Also on the list are Alexander Kharichev, head of the Russian presidential directorate which ensures the activity of the State Council, Nikolai Bulayev, CEC deputy chairperson, and Dmitry Shugayev, director of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation.
The new EU sanctions also affect musicians Yulia Chicherina, Nikolai Rastorguyev and Oleg Gazmanov. Also on the list is Alan Lushnikov, head of the Kalashnikov Concern.
The lists also include several Russian deputy defense ministers and officials from the Donetsk People's Republic, the Lugansk People's Republic, the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions.
Also under sanctions are six enterprises: Goznak, the Degtyarev Plant, MKB Fakel Engineering Design Bureau, Irkut, the Mytishchi Machine-Building Plant, Avangard, and the Splav Scientific Production Association.