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The complete blacklist of EU officials banned from Russia

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Belgium

  • Mark DEMESMAEKER. MEP, ECR group.
  • Guy VERHOFSTADT. MEP, member of the AFCO committee of the European Parliament, member of the EP political group leaders’ conference.
  • Bulgaria

  • Ilian VASILEV. Former ambassador of Bulgaria to Russia, co-owner of the consulting firm Innovative Energy Solutions.
  • Czech Republic

  • Stefan FÜLE. Former European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy. Diplomat, politician.
  • Marek ZENISEK. MP for the TOP-09 party, deputy-chairman of the party.
  • Karel SCHWARZENBERG. Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the chamber of deputies of the Czech Parliament. TOP-09 party leader.
  • Jaromir STETINA. MEP, EPP group. Chairman of the sub-committee on Defence and Security, member of the AFET committee of the European Parliament.
  • Denmark

  • Thomas AHRENKIEL. Head of the Danish Defence Intelligence Service,
  • Daniel CARLSEN. Leader of the Danes’ Party
  • Lene DESPERSEN. Former speaker for foreign and defence politics for the Conservative People’s Party.
  • Per STIG MOLLER. Chairman of the Parlement’s committee on foreign policy. Spokesman on EU politics for the for the Conservative People’s Party, former minister of foreign affairs.
  • Estonia

  • Tunne KELAM. MEP, member of the AFET committee.
  • Meelis KIILI. Brigadier general, commander of the national defence forces.
  • Kristina OJULAND. Former member of the AFET committee of the European Parliament.
  • Andres PARVE. Vice-chairman of the Union for Arms Industry. Head of the Estonian delegation to the NATO Industrial Advisory group.
  • Urmas REINSALU. Former defence minister. Head of the party Pro Patria and Res Publica Union.
  • Arnold SINISALU. General director of the security police.
  • Riho TERRAS. Major general, supreme commander of the armed forces.
  • Arthur TIGANIK. Deputy-supreme commander of the armed forces.
  • Finland

  • Heidi Anneli HAUTALA. MEP, Greens/EFA group.
  • France

  • Daniel COHN-BENDIT. Former MEP, Greens group.
  • Bruno LE ROUX. MP and chairman of the Socialist, Radical, Citizen and Miscellaneous Left group at the French National Assembly.
  • Bernard-Henri LEVY. Public figure.
  • Henri MALOSSE. President of the European Economic and Social Committee.
  • Greece

  • Theodore MARGELLOS. Co-owner of the consulting firm Informed Judgment Partners.
  • Germany

  • Karl-Georg WELLMANN. Chairman of the German-Ukrainian parlementary group, member of the CDU party.
  • Uwe CORSEPIUS. Secretary general of the Council of the European Union
  • Michael FUCHS. Vice-chairman of the CDU/CSU in the Bundestag.
  • Rebecca HARMS. Member of the EP political group leaders’ conference.
  • Karl MÜLLNER. Lieutenant general, chief of staff of the German air force.
  • Bernd POSSELT. Federal chairman of the Sudeten German Homeland Association. Former MEP, EPP group.
  • Katrin SUDER. State secretary at the Federal Ministry of Defence.
  • Latvia

  • Solvita ABOLTINA. Speaker of the Latvian Parliament, president of the Unity party,
  • Gediminas GRINA. Former director of the department for national security.
  • Sandra KALNIETE. MEP, EPP group.
  • Andrius KUBILUS. Member of the Latvian parliament. Chairman of the party Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats.
  • Vytautas LANDSBERGIS. Former member of the AFET committee of the European Parliament , Honorary chairman of the party Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats.
  • Jovita NELIUPSIENE. Head of the foreign politics group to the Latvian president.
  • Artis PABRIKIS. MP.
  • Inese VAIDERE. MEP and member of the AFET committee of the European Parliament
  • Roberts ZILE. MEP, ECR group.
  • Lithuania

  • Petras AUSTREVICIUS. MEP, ALDE group
  • Arturas PALAUSKAS. Chairman of the committee for national security and defence. Former speaker of Parliament.
  • Edmundas VAITEKUNAS. Chairman of the commission for Lithuanian radio and television.
  • The Netherlands

  • Louis BONTES. Member of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands and former chairman of the For the Netherlands party.
  • Johannes Cornelis Van BAALEN. MEP, member of the AFET committee of the European Parliament
  • Michiel SERVAES. Member of the house of Representatives for the Labour party.
  • Poland

  • Ryszard ANTONI LEGUTKO. MEP, ECR group.
  • Bogdan BORUSEWICZ. Chairman (marshall) of the Polish Senate. Member of the Council for national safety.
  • Jerzy BUZEK. MEP, member of the AFET committee of the European Parliament.
  • Ryszard CZARNECKI. Vice-president of the EP, ECR group.
  • Andrzej FALKOWSKI. Polish military representative in the military committee of NATO and the EU in Brussesl. Former deputy-head of the general staff of the Polish armed forces.
  • Anna Elzbieta FOTYGA. MEP, ECR group. Chairwoman of SEDE, the EP’s subcommittee on Security and Defence.
  • Maciej HUNIA. Head of the foreign intelligence agency.
  • Pawel KOWAL. Former chairman of the EP delegation in the committee for the EU-Ukraine parliamentary cooperation.
  • Stanislav KOZIEJ. Secretary at the national security council. Leader of the office for national security.
  • Radoslav KUJAWA. Brigadier general. Head of the military intelligence service, head of the military intelligence service at the defence ministry.
  • Robert KUPIECKI. Vice-minister of defence.
  • Adam LIPINSKI. Member of the lower house of the Polish parliament.
  • Marek Henryk MIGALSKI. Former member of the EP delegation in the committee for the EU-Russia parliamentary collaboration.
  • Agniezska POMASKA. Member of the lower house of the Polish parliament.
  • Jacezk SARYUSZ-WOLSKI. Member of the AFET committee of the European Parliament.
  • Marek SIWIEC. Member of the AFET committee of the European Parliament.
  • Marek TOMASZYCKI. Commander of the ”head commandos” of the Polish armed forces.
  • Zbigniew WLOSOWICZ. Deputy leader for the office for national security.
  • Romania

  • Iulian CHIFU. Former consultant for the Romanian presidency on strategic and national security questions. Columnist for the newspaper Evenimentul Zilej.
  • Tiberiu-Liviu CHONDON. Fleet commander of the naval forces of Romania.
  • Adrian CIOROIANU. Former deputy chairman of the ALDE EP group. Historian and professor at the University of Bucharest.
  • Gheorghe HATEGAN. Deputy general director of the state company Transgas.
  • Eugen TOMAC. Chairman of the People’s Movement party.
  • Spain

  • José Ignacio SALAFRANCA SANCHEZ-NEYRA. Former member of the AFET committee in the European Parliament.
  • Ramon Luis VALCARCEL SISO. Deputy chairman of the European Parliament, former president of the government of the autonomous region of Murcia.
  • Sweden

  • Lena ADELSOHN-LILJEROTH. Former sport and culture minister
  • Anna Maria CORAZZA BILDT. Vice-chair of the EP Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection
  • Gunnar HÖKMARK. Member of the EP committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs.
  • Gunnar KARLSON. Head of the Swedish Military Intelligence and Security Service administration.
  • Eva LIDSTRÖM ADLER. Head of the Swedish tax authority.
  • Marietta DE POURBAIX-LUNDIN. Former member of Parliament and head of the Swedish delegation to the parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe.
  • Magnus SÖDERMAN. Activist in the Swedish Resistance Movement group.
  • Odd Sven-Eric WERIN. Counter admiral, Sweden’s military representative to the EU and NATO.
  • United Kingdom

  • Nick CLEGG. Former deputy Prime Minister.
  • Philip DUNNE. Defence state secretary (deputy minister).
  • Nicolas HOUGHTON. Chief of the Defence Staff.
  • Edward McMILLAN-SCOTT. Former vice-president of the European Parliament.
  • Andrew PARKER. General Director of MI5.
  • Andrew ROBATHAN. Former State minister for Northern Ireland.
  • Malcolm RIFKIND. Former chairman of the House of Commons’ Intelligence and Security Committee.
  • John SAWERS. Former head of the MI6.
  • Robert WALTER. Former member of the House of Commons.
  • Map of the countries most affected by the blacklist