The UK has expanded its anti-Russian sanctions list by 45 positions, reads a message from the British government, Report informs referring to TASS.
In particular, according to the text of the document, London imposed sanctions against members of the board of directors of the Soyuz aircraft engine scientific and technical complex.
On December 6, the UK will introduce sanctions against those who supply military products to Russia, Report informs referring to the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office.
Foreign suppliers exporting equipment and parts to Russia are among dozens of individuals and groups that will be sanctioned, reads the statement.
Earlier, British Foreign Secretary David Cameron said that this week he would travel to the US, where he would discuss the confiscation of frozen Russian assets for their subsequent use in the restoration of Ukraine.