From Kiev Olga Kalinina, which, due to their namesakes from the Crimea mistakenly hit in the Ukrainian sanctions list, is suing the national security Council and defense of Ukraine and the presidential Administration. This was reported by her husband Mikhail Golikov in Facebook.
“Two months after hundreds of letters to all offices of the journalists and the lawyer a couple of times we hire “circle” that, in principle, expected. Remained only the last service of the SBU, which not only gave answers to the 5 official requests. And here we finally received the long awaited letter. Hopes and illusions about their loyalty, understanding and awareness of their fierce “school” we have not experienced… And I’m sure we will fix this. A matter of honor, if two months ago it was behind the usual recognition and a formal fix for this absurdity, but now we are together with our “humane” court will try to find the original, which was formed and filed the list,” wrote the man.
Almost a year an employee of the Institute of international relations asked the officials to remove her name from the list, which featured Russian and traitors of Ukraine. She appealed to all state agencies, but no reply received.
The sanctions list of 1700 people entered against the Russians and separatists. That from Kiev got to it by mistake, found out two months ago. On the website of the President under the number 860 disclosed her personal information.
We will remind, 26 Dec 2018 NSDC approved the decision on introduction of sanctions against Russian legal entities and individuals for conducting illegal elections in the Donbas.