Russia's blacklisted countries - Together all NATO countries except Turkey

Russia's "black list" includes all EU member states, including Greece

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The list includes all EU member states, including Greece, the United States and Canada, the United Kingdom (including Jersey, Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, Gibraltar), Ukraine, Montenegro, Switzerland, Albania, Andorra, Iceland, Lebanon Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Northern Macedonia, as well as Japan, South Korea, Australia, Micronesia, New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan.

Impressive is the fact that while the list includes all NATO countries and is mentioned either as a subset of EU members, or by name (USA, Canada, Britain, Northern Macedonia, Albania, Norway, Iceland, Montenegro), is excluded from this Turkey.

Both Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his spokesman Ibrahim Kalin have said in recent days that Turkey is offering to mediate between Moscow and Kiev for a diplomatic solution to the crisis, stressing that Ankara will not leave either. Russia or Ukraine. Today, moreover, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Mevlüt Tsavousoglu stated that on Thursday, March 10, they will meet at Antalya with him the Foreign Ministers of Ukraine, Dmitro Kouleba and Russia, Sergei Lavrov.

"The countries and territories on the list have imposed sanctions on Russia since the start of the Russian Armed Forces' special military operation in Ukraine," the TASS telegram quoted him as saying, avoiding the use of "war" or "invasion".

Russian citizens and companies, the Russian state itself, its regions and municipalities that have foreign exchange liabilities to foreign creditors from the list of unfriendly countries will be able to repay them in rubles, according to a decree of the Russian government. The new interim procedure applies to payments in excess of 10 million rubles per month (approximately 68.280 euros at the current exchange rate).