The new restrictions will affect pipelines, metal production, computers and electrical equipment.
Canadian authorities are ready to impose new sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. The restrictions will affect the industrial complex of the Russian Federation. This was announced on Saturday, July 9, by the press service of the Canadian Foreign Ministry.
According to the department’s statement, the restrictions will affect land and pipeline transportation, the production of metals, vehicles, computers, electronic, electrical and machinery equipment.
“Once these measures take effect, Canadian companies will have 60 days to complete contracts in target industries,” Foreign Minister Melanie Joly told the press service.
The timing of the introduction of the new anti-Russian sanctions was not reported.
Recall that earlier the Canadian Foreign Ministry announced that the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, known to the world as Vladimir Gundyaev, was included in the list of sanctions for Russia.
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