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The latest changes to Canada's sanctions list in Russia and Ukraine

OTTAWA - Canada has added another 14 individuals to the list of people under economic sanctions and travel bans because of their roles in the crisis in Ukraine. The additions:

— Viktor Yuriiovych Anosov, member of a large armed insurgent group stationed in Sloviansk, Donetsk region.

— Viacheslav Anatoliiovych Apraksimov, member of a large armed insurgent group stationed in Sloviansk, Donetsk region.

— Fedir Dmytrovych Berezin, commander of the armed faction located in Donetsk region.

— Ruslan Yunirovish Ilkaev, member of a large armed insurgent group stationed in Sloviansk, Donetsk region.

— Valery Vladimirovich Kaurov, self-described president of the Republic of Novorossiya who has urged the Putin regime to deploy troops to Ukraine.

— Oleksandr Sergiyovych Khodakovskyi, commander of the separatist militia Vostok Battalion.

— Mykola Ivanovych Kozitsyn, general of the Cossacks Forces Army.

— Oleksii Borysovych Mozgovyi, leader of an armed resistance group.

— Valerii Kostiantynovych Musiienko, member of a large armed insurgent group stationed in Sloviansk, Donetsk region.

— Viacheslav Mykolaiovych Petrov, commander of the Russian Kuban Cossack Army "Donbas Kosh."

— Ihor Venedyktovych Plotnytsky, leader of the Russian United Army of the South-East.

— Yurii Oleksandrovych Protsenko, member of a large armed insurgent group stationed in Sloviansk, Donetsk region.

— Oleh Anatoliiovych Vasin, member of a large armed insurgent group stationed in Sloviansk, Donetsk region.

— Serhii Anatoliyovych Zdriliuk, senior aide to Igor Girkin (also known as Igor Strelkov), a member of the main intelligence directorate of the Russian general staff who was placed on the list in May.

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