Navalny's associates published a list of TOP-200 “warmongers”

Navalny's associates published a list of TOP-200 “warmongers”

Navalny's associates published list of TOP 200

FBK considers Elvira Nabiullina one of the main «instigators»   Navalny's associates published a list of the TOP 200 «warmongers»

Companions of Alexei Navalny have published an abbreviated version of their earlier list of “warmongers”. It is published on the website of the International Anti-Corruption Foundation.

The new list contains 200 names. It was allegedly drawn up at the request of the British Foreign Office. As stated on the website of the international FBK, the list includes “the main warmongers against whom sanctions should be introduced in the first place.” It included the military, federal ministers, State Duma deputies, employees of law enforcement agencies, media employees whom Navalny's associates call propagandists, and businessmen whom they consider oligarchs. We are talking about those individuals against whom the UK has not yet imposed sanctions.

Representatives of the FBK have identified 6 names from the new list, which, in their opinion, the British authorities should pay attention to in the first place. These are Finance Minister and member of the Russian Security Council Anton Siluanov, Putin's aide Vladimir Medinsky, head of the Bank of Russia Elvira Nabiullina, businessman Iskandar Makhmudov and employees of federal television channels Ekaterina Andreeva and Tina Kandelaki. The list also includes, for example, actor Marat Basharov, singers Nikolai Baskov and Philip Kirkorov, singer Yulia Chicherina, philosopher and publicist Alexander Dugin, State Duma deputy Adam Delimkhanov, entrepreneur and alleged close friend of Vladimir Putin Svetlana Krivonogikh. These people, according to Navalny's associates, “are directly to blame for the aggressive war unleashed in Ukraine.” At the same time, Putin himself and people from his inner circle are not on the list, since sanctions have already been introduced against them.

Previously, all those included in the new list were included by the FBK in the number of 6,000 “warmongers” against which Western countries are invited impose sanctions. The publication of this list caused controversy, it included a number of individuals who publicly condemned the war. Some of them were subsequently excluded from the list.