Russia is trying to circumvent Western sanctions with the help of 18 states. Because of them, Moscow is trying to establish parallel imports of sanctioned goods. The corresponding list was published by the U.S. Treasury Department.
Among those who help Russia circumvent Western sanctions are the countries of the former Soviet Union, they are: Armenia; Georgia; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan; Tajikistan; Uzbekistan.
Also on the list are: Turkey; China; Brazil; India; Israel; Mexico; Serbia; UAE; PAR; Nicaragua; Singapore; Taiwan.
The agency said that these countries are "transit points" between Belarus and Russia and threatened them with punishment. If they don't change their policy towards Russia, they will face tough economic measures until the end of July.
According to the report of the U.S. Treasury Department, their greatest fear is the potential supply of goods to Russia and Belarus for their military and defense capabilities. These are airplane parts, antennas, GPS systems, integrated circuits and oil industrial equipment.