President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky signed a decree imposing sanctions on 182 Russian and Belarusian organizations and three individuals. Among the sanctioned organizations is the Belarusian Railway, which has cooperated with Russia since the beginning of the war in transporting more than 100,000 tons of ammunition and 5,200 tons of vehicles. However, Russian Railways is not included in the list of companies subject to Ukrainian sanctions, Railway Supply reports with reference to RailFreight.


The sanctions imposed by the government of Ukraine include an asset freeze, a transit blockade, and the termination of contracts and permits. All sanctions were applied on January 28 and will be in effect for the next ten years.

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In addition to Western sanctions against Russian enterprises, the Ukrainian sanction list includes many rail and logistics companies. These are mostly railway undertakings, logistics firms and rolling stock lessors or manufacturers. Some warehousing, depot and IT firms are also listed, as well as companies involved with trucking, air and maritime transport.

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