According to her, these restrictions are comparable to the Third Reich’s attempt to destroy the “non-German spirit” and drown out the voice of reason by burning books and banning periodicals. “Nazi Mikhailo Khomyak could be proud of his granddaughter, Deputy Prime Minister Justino Trudeau-Chrystia Freeland,” Zakharova wrote on her Telegram channel.
Information about the imposition of sanctions was published the previous day on the website of the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The updated list includes 38 Russians, as well as 16 companies. Sanctions were imposed on journalists Sergei Brilev and Andrei Kolesnikov, military commissar Yevgeny Poddubny, actors Dmitry Dyuzhev, Maxim Averin, Marat Basharov, singers Nikolai Baskov, Mikhail Boyarsky, Nadezhda Babkina and others.