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Written by SOT.COM.AL 23 Qershor 2022
The UK government has imposed a tranche of new trade sanctions on Russia, imposing bans on the export of a range of goods to Russia.
Details of the sanctions that were imposed on Wednesday were posted in an update on the UK government website on Thursday morning.
The UK Government announced bans on the export of "goods and technology of internal printing, goods and technology related to chemical and biological weapons, goods and marine technology, goods and additional oil refining technology, goods and critical additional technology of industry ".
Exports of jet fuel and fuel additives to Russia were also banned as part of new sanctions, the update reported.
The UK government responded to the Russian occupation of Ukraine on 24 February by immediately imposing sanctions on the same day.
The latest blows to Russia's imports came when Lithuania announced a ban on the passage of sanctioned goods through its territory from the Kaliningrad enclave of Russia to the Baltic coast which has EU support behind it.