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20200707 Full list of Sanctions issued by the UK on 6 February 2020

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This is the full text of the UK's initial sanctions list published 6 July 2020, segregated into topics. We have also reproduced the UK's statement about the status of sanctions.

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UK SANCTIONS LIST
Last Updated: 2020-07-06

REGIME: GLOBAL HUMAN RIGHTS SANCTIONS REGULATIONS 2020
INDIVIDUAL

Russia / Magnitsky killing

1.
Primary Name: Dmitry Borisovich KRATOV Given Name Variations: Dimitri Title(s): Doctor Position(s): Chief medical officer/deputy head - Butyrka Prison
D.O.B: 19/07/1964 Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Dmitry Borisovich Kratov, who was the chief medical officer and deputy head of Butyrka Prison where Magnitsky was detained until shortly before his death on 16 November 2009, was responsible for the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky, including by failing to ensure the proper administration of medical care, which contributed significantly to his death.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0001 OFSI ID: 13852
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Primary Name: Aleksey Vasilyevich ANICHIN Given Name Variations: Alexei
D.O.B: 01/12/1949 Town of birth: Sevastopol Country of birth: Ukraine Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Aleksey Vasilyevich Anichin, as a deputy Minister in the Russian Interior Ministry and the head of the Investigative Committee, was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention, which contributed significantly to his death on 16 November 2009. Anichin oversaw a ‘team’ of investigators who failed to investigate complaints made by Magnitsky about his mistreatment and concealed evidence of Magnitsky’s deteriorating medical condition.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0002 OFSI ID: 13853
3.
Primary Name: Oleg F. SILCHENKO Title(s): Lt. Col Position(s): Investigator in the Investigative Committee
D.O.B: 25/06/1977 Town of birth: Samarkand Country of birth: Uzbekistan Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Oleg Silchenko was an investigator in the Investigative Committee of the Russian Interior Ministry and was directly involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention, which contributed significantly to his death on 16 November 2009. Silchenko made six applications to extend Magnitsky’s detention period (despite his deteriorating medical condition), refused Magnitsky access to his family and engaged in the oppressive questioning and other mistreatment of Magnitsky to pressurise him to retract his allegations of corruption against Interior Ministry officials.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0003 OFSI ID: 13854
4.
Primary Name: Gennady Vyacheslavovich KARLOV Title(s): Colonel Position(s): Head of Department of Ownership and Financial Crimes in the Investigative Committee of the Russian Interior Ministry
D.O.B: 27/02/1960 Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Gennady Karlov, as the Head of the Department of Ownership and Financial Crimes in the Investigative Committee of the Russian Ministry of Interior, was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention, which contributed significantly to his death. Karlov was part of a ‘team’ of investigators who failed to investigate complaints made by Magnitsky about his mistreatment and approved actions to conceal evidence relating to subordinates who were directly involved in that conduct.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0004 OFSI ID: 13856
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Primary Name: Natalya VINOGRADOVA Title(s): Colonel Position(s): Deputy Head of Department of Ownership and Financial Crimes in the Investigative Committee in Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
D.O.B: 16/06/1973 Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Female Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Natalya Vinogradova, as the Deputy Head of the Ownership and Financial Crimes Department in the Investigative Committee of the Russian Interior Ministry, was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky, which contributed significantly to his death on 16 November 2009. Vinogradova was part of a ‘team’ of investigators, who failed to investigate complaints made by Magnitsky about his mistreatment and provided support to subordinates who were directly involved in that conduct.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0005 OFSI ID: 13858
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Primary Name: Fikret TAGIYEV Given Name Variations: (1) Fikhret (2) Fikhret Gabdulla Ogly (3) Last Name Variations: (1) TAGIYEV (2) TAGIEV (3) Taguev a.k.a (Non-Latin Script): Фикрет Тагиев Title(s): Facility Chief, Matrosskaya Tishina Detention Centre Position(s): Head of Matrosskaya Tishina Detention Facility
D.O.B: 03/04/1962 Town of birth: Baku Country of birth: Azerbaijan Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Fikret Tagiyev was the head of the Matrosskaya Tishina detention centre where Sergei Magnitsky died on 16 November 2009. He was responsible for the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention, which contributed significantly to his death including by failing to ensure the provision of adequate medical treatment, ordering the handcuffing and beating of Magnitsky shortly before his death and denying, or failing to provide, timely access for emergency services to provide treatment. Tagiyev was also involved in the concealment of evidence regarding the circumstances relating to Magnitsky’s death.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0006 OFSI ID: 13859
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Primary Name: Alexandra Viktorovna GAUSS Given Name Variations: Aleksandra Viktorovna Last Name Variations: Gaus Title(s): Doctor Position(s): Doctor, Matrosskaya Tishina Prison
D.O.B: 29/03/1975 Gender: Female Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Alexandra Gauss was a doctor at Matrosskaya Tishina detention centre where Sergei Magnitsky was detained during the final hours of his life on 16 November 2009. She failed to provide or ensure the proper administration of medical care which contributed to his death; she also facilitated the mistreatment of Magnitsky after his transfer to Matrosskaya Tishina, including beating by a security team.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0007 OFSI ID: 13860
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Primary Name: Dmitriy KOMNOV Given Name Variations: Dmitri Title(s): Lt. Colonel Position(s): former head of Butyrka Detention Centre
D.O.B: 17/05/1977 Town of birth: Moscow Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Lieutenant Colonel Dmitriy Komnov was the head of Butyrka detention centre where Sergei Magnitsky was detained between 25 July and 16 November 2009. He was responsible for Magnitsky’s mistreatment in detention including poor conditions of detention and the denial of, or failure to provide, adequate medical care, which contributed significantly to his death. Komnov was also involved in concealing evidence of that mistreatment, including providing false or misleading information to the Public Oversight Commission for Human Rights Observance in Moscow Detention Centres.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0008 OFSI ID: 13862
9.
Primary Name: Ivan Pavlovitch PROKOPENKO a.k.a (Non-Latin Script): Иван Павлович Прокопенко Title(s): Head of Russian Penitentiary Service at Matrosskaya Tishina Detention Facility Position(s): Head of the Federal Penitentiary Service’s internal central departments
D.O.B: 28/09/1973 Town of birth: Vinnitsa Country of birth: Ukraine Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Ivan Pavlovitch Prokopenko was the Head of the Russian Penitentiary Service (FSIN) at Matrosskaya Tishina pre-trial detention centre where Magnitsky was detained from 28 November 2008 to 25 July 2009. The FSIN is a federal law enforcement body responsible for the supervision of sentences. Heading the FSIN service at Matrosskaya Tishina, Prokopenko was responsible for the supervision of Magnitsky’s sentence. In this role, Prokopenko facilitated the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky by transferring him from Matrosskaya Tishina detention centre to Butyrka Prison, ignoring Magnitsky’s medical needs which could have been provided for at Matrosskaya Tishina, and depriving Magnitsky of important medical care. This unreasonably put Magnitsky’s life in danger and contributed to his death.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0009 OFSI ID: 13864
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Primary Name: Larisa Anatolievna LITVINOVA Title(s): Doctor  Position(s): (1) Medical Officer - Butyrka Prison (2) Head of the Therapeutic Ward, Butyrka Prison
D.O.B: 18/11/1963 Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Female Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Larisa Anatolievna Litvinova was head of the therapeutic ward at Butyrka Prison where Sergei Magnitsky was detained between 25 July and 16 November 2009. She was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky by failing to ensure the proper administration of medical care to him during this period causing him considerable suffering and contributing significantly to his death.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0010 OFSI ID: 13865
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Primary Name: Alexander Ivanovich BASTRYKIN Title(s): General of Justice of the Russian Federation Position(s): Head of the Investigative Committee of Russia 
D.O.B: 27/08/1953 Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Passport number: (1) 5726608 (2) 200125935 Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban Other Information: Went to university with Vladimir Putin UK Statement of Reasons: Alexander Ivanovich Bastrykin was appointed First Deputy Prosecutor General and Head of the Investigative Committee under the Prosecutor’s Office on 22 June 2007; he continued as Chairman of the Investigative Committee after it became an independent body in January 2011. In this role Bastrykin was responsible for the investigation of the mistreatment and death of Sergei Magnitsky in detention and intentionally or recklessly failed to fulfil that responsibility.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0011 OFSI ID: 13867
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Primary Name: Boris Borisovich KIBIS Title(s): Investigator in Russia’s Ministry of the Interior 
D.O.B: 20/11/1977 Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Boris Borisovich Kibis was an investigator at the Russian Interior Ministry in 2012, at the time of the posthumous trial of Sergei Magnitsky. In this role, he concealed evidence relating to the mistreatment of Magnitsky, which contributed significantly to his death on 16 November 2009, by supporting the actions of his predecessor Oleg Silchenko and the ‘team’ of investigators who were involved in that conduct.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0012 OFSI ID: 13868
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Primary Name: Oleg LOGUNOV a.k.a: (1) Oleg Leonidovich (2) Oleg Vladimirovich Position(s): Former Deputy Head of the Investigative Committee, Russian Ministry of the Interior
Address: (1) Yuzhnobutovskaya 61-52 str, (15 Mar 2007 - ) (2) 5 Bolshaya Moskovskaya str., apt. 12., (1) 117042 (2) 191,002, (1) Moscow (2) Saint-Petersburg D.O.B: 04/02/1962 Town of birth: Irkutsk Region Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Passport number: 624041562 (expired 22 April 2010) Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Oleg Logunov, as the Deputy Head of the Investigate Committee of the Russian Interior Ministry, was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky, which contributed significantly to his death on 16 November 2009. Lugunov was part of a ‘team’ of investigators who failed to investigate complaints made by Magnitsky about his mistreatment and provided support to subordinates who were directly involved in that conduct.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0013 OFSI ID: 13870
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Primary Name: Andrei Alexandrovich STRIZHOV Title(s): (1) Investigator of the Investigation Committee until 2017 (2) then Acting Head of Investigations on Moscow’s Investigative Committee
D.O.B: 01/08/1983 Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Andrei Alexandrovich Strizhov, as the acting Head of the Investigative Committee in the Russian Ministry of the Interior after the death of Sergei Magnitsky on 16 November 2009, failed to properly investigate his mistreatment in detention, which contributed significantly to his death and concealed evidence in relation to that conduct.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0014 OFSI ID: 13872
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Primary Name: Elena Anatolievna TRIKUYLA Position(s): Investigator in the Russian Investigative Committee
D.O.B: 18/03/1975 Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Female Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Elena Anatolievna Trikulya, as an investigator for the Investigative Committee in the Russian Ministry of the Interior after the death of Sergei Magnitsky on 16 November 2009, failed to properly investigate those responsible for his mistreatment in detention, which contributed significantly to his death, and concealed evidence in relation to that conduct.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0015 OFSI ID: 13873
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Primary Name: Victor Yakovlevich GRIN Given Name Variations: (1) Viktor Yakovlevich (2) Victor Position(s): Deputy General Prosecutor in Prosecutors office
D.O.B: 01/01/1951 Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Victor Yakovlevich Grin was Deputy General Prosecutor of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation. In that role he was responsible for overseeing the case of Sergei Magnitsky during his detention, as well as responsible for investigating the claims of mistreatment of Magnitsky and his subsequent death on 16 November 2009. He intentionally or recklessly failed to fulfil that responsibility, including by issuing conclusions stating that there had been no violation of law by Interior Ministry investigators whilst Magnitsky was in detention which were then used to justify not prosecuting those alleged to be responsible for his mistreatment and death.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0016 OFSI ID: 13875
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Primary Name: Andrey Ivanovich PECHEGIN Given Name Variations: Andrei Position(s): Deputy Division Head in Prosecutor’s Office
D.O.B: 24/09/1965 Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Andrey Pechegin was Deputy Head of the Division of Supervision of Investigations of the Prosecutor’s Office and he was responsible for the investigation of complaints about the ill-treatment of Sergei Magnitsky in detention. The evidence suggests that Pechegin intentionally or recklessly failed to fulfil that responsibility in that he ignored and denied complaints about the ill-treatment of Magnitsky.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0017 OFSI ID: 13876
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Primary Name: Andrei Alexandrovich KRECHETOV Title(s): Officer in the Tax Crimes Department of the Moscow Directorate of the Interior Ministry Position(s): Investigator for the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Russia
D.O.B: 22/09/1981 Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Andrei Aleksandrovich Krechetov was an officer in the Tax Crimes Department in the Moscow directorate of the Interior Ministry and was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention, which contributed significantly to his death. Krechetov was part of the ‘team’ of investigators, led by Artem Kuznetsov, the Deputy Head of the Tax Crimes Department, who were allegedly involved in the initial fraud exposed by Sergei Magnitsky and who falsified evidence to justify his arrest and detention. As part of this investigation team, Andrei Krechetov facilitated the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky in custody which was designed to force Magnitsky to retract his earlier testimony.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0018 OFSI ID: 13877
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Primary Name: Dmitri TOLCHINSKIY a.k.a (Non-Latin Script): Дмитрий Толчинский Title(s): Employee of the Office for Combating Tax Crimes of the Moscow Central Internal Affairs Directorate (Interior Ministry)
D.O.B: 11/05/1982 Town of birth: Moscow Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Dmitri Tolchinskiy was an officer in the Tax Crimes Department in the Moscow directorate of the Interior Ministry and was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention, which contributed significantly to his death. Tolchinskiy was part of the ‘team’ of investigators, led by Artem Kuznetsov, the Deputy Head of the Tax Crimes Department, who were alleged to be involved in the initial fraud exposed by Sergei Magnitsky and who falsified evidence to justify his arrest and detention. As part of this investigation team, Dmitri Tolchinskiy facilitated the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky in custody which was designed to force Magnitsky to retract his earlier testimony.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0019 OFSI ID: 13878
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Primary Name: Aleksei DROGANOV Position(s): Operative of Tax Crimes Department in the Moscow directorate of the Interior Ministry
D.O.B: 11/10/1975 Town of birth: Lesnoi Settlement, Pushkin Area, Moscow Region Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Aleksei Droganov was an officer in the Tax Crimes Department in the Moscow directorate of the Interior Ministry and was involved in the detention and mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky, which contributed significantly to his death. Droganov was part of the ‘team’ of investigators, led by Artem Kuznetsov, the Deputy Head of the Tax Crimes Department, who were allegedly involved in the initial fraud exposed by Sergei Magnitsky and who falsified evidence to justify his arrest and detention. As part of this investigation team Aleksei Droganov facilitated the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention which was designed to force Magnitsky to retract his earlier testimony.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0020 OFSI ID: 13880
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Primary Name: Sergei PODOPRIGOROV Given Name Variations: Sergey a.k.a (Non-Latin Script): Сергей Подопригоров Title(s): Judge Position(s): Judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi District Court
D.O.B: 08/01/1974 Town of birth: Moscow Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Sergei Podoprigorov was a judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi district court. He made two rulings in relation to Sergei Magnitsky: in November 2008 to approve Magnitsky’s arrest and in March 2009 to prolong his detention. In this capacity, Podoprigorov authorised Magnitsky’s detention, prolonging his detention without trial without subjecting to challenge the evidence originally provided to justify Magnitsky’s detention or exploring other factors relevant to the decision. Podoprigorov therefore facilitated the mistreatment and death of Magnitsky by authorising the extension of his detention.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0021 OFSI ID: 13881
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Primary Name: Yelena STASHINA Given Name Variations: (1) Elena (2) Helen Title(s): Judge Position(s): Former Judge at Tverskoi District Court
D.O.B: 05/11/1963 Town of birth: Tomsk Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Female Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Yelena Stashina, as a Judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi District Court, was involved in decisions to extend the detention of Sergei Magnitsky, and in particular on 12 November 2009, four days before his death. In this capacity, Stashina facilitated the mistreatment / denial of medical care to Sergei Magnitsky which contributed significantly to his death.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0022 OFSI ID: 13883
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Primary Name: Pavel LAPSHOV Title(s): Colonel Position(s): Head of the Organised Crime and Corruption Directorate in the Investigative Committee in the Ministry of the Interior in Russia
D.O.B: 07/07/1976 Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Passport number: (1) 726615040 (Expiry: 01 Nov 2023) (2) 726615040 (Expiry:) Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Pavel Lapshov was the Head of the Investigative Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in December 2011 after Sergei Magnitsky’s death in detention on 16 November 2009. In this role, Lapshov was responsible for the investigation into the mistreatment and death of Sergei Magnitsky in detention and intentionally or recklessly failed to fulfil that responsibility, in particular by concealing evidence of the circumstances surrounding his death.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0023 OFSI ID: 13884
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Primary Name: Aleksey KRIVORUCHKO Given Name Variations: (1) Alex (2) Alexei Title(s): Judge Position(s): Judge at Tverskoi District Court
D.O.B: 25/08/1977 Town of birth: Moscow Region Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Male Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Aleksey Krivoruchko, as a Judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi District Court, was involved in decisions to extend the detention of Sergei Magnitsky, and in particular on 14 September 2009, shortly before his death. In this capacity, Krivoruchko facilitated the mistreatment / denial of medical care to Sergei Magnitsky, which contributed significantly to his death.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0024 OFSI ID: 13886
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Primary Name: Svetlana UKHNALYOVA Given Name Variations: (1) Svetlana V. (2) Svetlana Last Name Variations: (1) Ukhnaleva (2) Ukhnalev Title(s): Judge Position(s): Judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi district court
D.O.B: 14/03/1973 Town of birth: Moscow Country of birth: Russia Nationality(/ies): Russian Gender: Female Sanctions Imposed: Asset freeze and travel ban UK Statement of Reasons: Svetlana Ukhnalyova, as a Judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi District Court, was involved in decisions to extend the detention of Sergei Magnitsky, and in particular on 15 June 2009. In this capacity, Ukhnalyova facilitated the mistreatment / denial of medical care to Sergei Magnitsky which contributed significantly to his death on 16 November 2009.
Regime Type (UK, UN): UK Date Designated: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 Unique ID: GHR0025 OFSI ID: 13887

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