The US has released its so-called Putin list, 210 people the US recognizes as having close ties to the inner circle in the Kremlin. The release of the names has the Russians crying foul. One wonders if the US will release the US version of this list of 210 “oligarchs” of the American “Kremlin.” I’m betting no on that one.
|The full ‘Putin list’ of Russian oligarchs and political figures released by the US Treasury|
It’s been dubbed the “Putin list” — the names of 210 prominent Russians, many with close ties to the Kremlin, released by the US Treasury Department.The list, which the US administration had been required by law to release, includes 114 senior political figures and 96 oligarchs, all of whom rose to prominence under Russian President Vladimir Putin.The administration was required to name the companies and individuals and consider whether to sanction them under legislation meant to punish Russia for its interference in the 2016 US election, as well as its human rights violations, annexation of Crimea and ongoing military operations in eastern Ukraine.The list, which includes senior members of Putin’s Cabinet and Chelsea Football Club owner Roman Abramovich, reads like the US has “simply rewritten Kremlin’s phone book,” said Russian senator Konstantin Kosachev in a Facebook Post.Here it is in full. (Note: Names, spellings and titles are those provided by the US Treasury Department.)
Senior Political FiguresPresidential Administration1. Anton Vayno: Head, Presidential Administration2. Aleksey Gromov: First Deputy Head, Presidential Administration3. Sergey Kiriyenko: First Deputy Head, Presidential Administration4. Magomedsalam Magomedov: Deputy Head, Presidential Administration5. Vladimir Ostrovenko: Deputy Head, Presidential Administration6. Dmitriy Peskov: Deputy lead, Presidential Administration; Presidential Press Secretary7. Vladislav Kitayev: Chief of Presidential Protocol8. Andrey Belousov: Aide to the President9. Larisa Brycheva: Aide to the President10. Vladislav Surkov: Aide to the President11. Igor Levitin: Aide to the President12. Vladimir Kozhin: Aide to the President13. Yuriy Ushakov: Aide to the President14. Andrey Fursenko: Aide to the President15. N ikolay Tsukanov: Aide to the President16. Konstantin Chuychenko: Aide to the President17. Yevgeniy Shkolov: Aide to the President18. Igor Shchegolev: Aide to the President19. Aleksandr Bedritskiy: Adviser to the President, Special Presidential Representative on Climate Issues20. Sergey Glazyev: Adviser to the President21. Sergey Grigorov: Adviser to the President22. German Klimenko: Adviser to the President23. Anton Kobyakov: Adviser to the President24. Aleksandra Levitskaya: Adviser to the President25. Vladimir Tolstoy: Adviser to the President26. Mikhail Fedotov: Adviser to the President, Chairman of the Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights27. Venyamin Yakovlev: Adviser to the President28. Artur Muravyev: Presidential Envoy to the Federation Council29. Garry Minkh: Presidential Envoy to the State Duma30. Mikhail Krotov: Presidential Envoy to the Constitutional Court31. Anna Kuznetsova: Presidential Commissioner for Children’s Rights32. Boris Titov: Presidential Commissioner for Entrepreneurs’ Rights33. Mikhail Babich: Plenipotentiary Representative to the Volga Federal District34. Aleksandr Beglov: Plenipotentiary Representative to the Northwestern Federal District35. Oleg Belaventsev: Plenipotentiary Representative to the North Caucasus Federal District36. Aleksey Gordeyev: Plenipotentiary Representative to the Central Federal District37. Sergey Menyaylo: Plenipotentiary Representative to the Siberian Federal District38. Yuriy Trutnev: Deputy Prime Minister, Plenipotentiary Representative to the Far Eastern Federal District39. Vladimir Ustinov: Plenipotentiary Representative to the Southern Federal District40. Igor Kholrnanskikh: Plenipotentiary Representative to the Urals Federal District41. Aleksandr Manzhosin: Head, Foreign Policy Directorate42. Vladimir Chemov: Head, Directorate for Interregional and Cultural Ties to Foreign Countries43. Oleg Govorun: Head, Directorate for Social and Economic Relations with the Commonwealth of Independent States, Abkhazia, and South OssetiaCabinet Ministers44. Drnitriy Medvedev: Prime Minister45. Igor Shuvalov: First Deputy Prime Minister46. Sergey Prikhodko: Deputy Prime Minister and Head of the Government Apparatus47. Aleksandr Khloponin: Deputy Prime Minister48. Vitaliy Mutko: Deputy Prime Minister49. Arkadiy Dvorkovich: Deputy Prime Minister50. Olga Golodets: Deputy Prime Minister51. Dmitriy Kozak: Deputy Prime Minister52. Drnitriy Rogozin: Deputy Prime Minister53. Mikhail Abyzov: Minister for Liaison with Open Government54. Aleksandr Tkachev: Minister of Agriculture55. Vladimir Puchkov: Minister of Civil Defense, Emergencies, and Natural Disasters56. Nikolay Nikiforov: Minister of Communications and Mass Media57. Mikhail Men: Minister of Construction, Housing, and Public Utilities58. Vladimir Medinskiy: Minister of Culture59. Sergey Shoygu: Minister of Defense60. Maksim Oreshkin: Minister of Economic Development61. Olga Vasilyeva: Minister of Education and Science62. Aleksandr Novak: Minister of Energy63. Aleksandr Galushka: Minister of Far East Development64. Anton Siluanov: Minister of Finance65. Sergey Lavrov: Minister of Foreign Affairs66. Veronika Skvortsova: Minister of Health67. Denis Manturov: Minister of Industry and Trade68. Vladimir Kolokoltsev: Minister of Internal Affairs69. Aleksandr Konovalov: Minister of Justice70. Maksim Topilin: Minister of Labor and Social Protection71. Sergey Donskoy: Minister of Natural Resources and Ecology72. Lev Kuznetsov: Minister of North Caucasus Affairs73. Pavel Kolobkov: Minister of Sports74. Maksim Sokolov: Minister of TransportationOther senior political leaders75. Valentina Matviyenko: Chairwoman, Federation Council76. Sergey Naryshkin: Director, Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR)77. Vyacheslav Volodin: Chairman, State Duma78. Sergey Ivanov: Presidential Special Representative for the Environment, Ecology, and Transport79. Nikolay Patrushev: Secretary, Security Council80. Vladimir Bulavin: Head, Federal Customs Service81. Valery Gerasimov: First Deputy Minister of Defense and Chief of the General Staff82. Igor Korobov: Chief, Main Intelligence Directorate General Staff (GRU), Ministry of Defense83. Rashid Nurgaliyev: Deputy Secretary, Security Council84. Georgiy Poltavchenko: Governor of Saint Petersburg85. Sergey Sobyanin: Mayor of Moscow86. Yuriy Cbayka: Prosecutor General87. Aleksandr Bastrykin: Head, Investigative Committee88. Viktor Zolotov: Director, Federal National Guard Service89. Dmitriy Kochnev: Director, Federal Protection Service90. Aleksandr Bortnikov: Director, Federal Security Service (FSB)91. Audrey Artizov: Head, Federal Archive Agency92. Yuriy Chikhanchin: Head, Financial Monitoring Federal Service93. Aleksandr Linets: Head, Presidential Main Directorate for Special Programs94. Aleksandr Kolpakov: Head, Presidential Property Management Directorate95. Valeriy Tikhonov: Head, State Courier Service96. Aleksey Miller: Chief Executive Officer, Gazprom97. Igor Sechin: Chief Executive Officer, Rosneft98. German Gref: Chief Executive Officer, Sberbank99. Oleg Belozerov: General Director, Russian Railways100. Andrey Kostin: Chainnan Management Board, VTB101. Sergey Chemezov: Chief Executive Officer, Rostec102. Oleg Budargin: Chief Executive Officer, Rosseti103. Boris Kovalchuk: Chief Executive Officer, Inter RAO104. Aleksey Likhachcv: General Director, Rosatom105. Nikolay Tokarev: Chief Executive Officer, Transneft106. Andrey Akimov: Chief Executive Officer, Gazprombank107. Nail Maganov: General Director, Tatneft108. Vitaliy Savelyev: Chief Executive Officer, Aeroflot109. Andrey Shishkin: Chief Executive Officer, ANK Bashneft110. Ymiy Slyusar: Chief Executive Officer, United Aircraft Corporation111. Nikolay Shulginov: Chief Executive Officer, RusHydro112. Sergey Gorkov: Chief Executive Officer, Vneshekonombank113. Sergey Ivanov (Jr): Chief Executive Officer, ALROSA114. Roman Dashkov: Chief Executive Officer, Sakhalin Energy
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