Fin Min seeks not to publish sanctioned firmsТ accounting reports
MOSCOW, Nov 8 (PRIME) -- The Russian Finance Ministry has proposed not to disclose the accounting reports of sanctioned companies, according to a draft government order seen by PRIME on the website for legal acts on Friday.
The list comprises 19 companies, including Surgutneftegas, Rosoboronexport, Stroytransgaz and Kalashnikov Group.
УThe restrictive measures introduced by foreign states (sanctions) against the Russian legal entities require the measures aimed at prevention of negative outcomes of the restrictive measures against Russian organizations,Ф the document read.
The document can enter in force on January 1, 2020.