Tatiana Evtushenkova was sanctioned by the UK on April 11, 2023, as part of a package of sanctions imposed against individuals and entities associated with the Russian government. The sanctions against Evtushenkova state that she is “acting on behalf or at the direction of” her father, Vladimir Evtushenkov, who is a sanctioned Russian oligarch.
Russian Oligarch Vladimir Evtushenkov is the founder and chairman of Sistema JSFC, a conglomerate that has business interests in the Russian energy and information, communications, and digital technologies sectors. He is also a member of the Russian State Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament.
The UK government alleges that Evtushenkova has been involved in helping her father to evade sanctions. For example, Tatiana Vladimirovna Evtushenkova is accused of using her position as a director of Redline Capital UK, a London-based investment firm, to facilitate the transfer of assets between her father and other sanctioned individuals.
UK Govt Reason For Sanctions Against Tatiana Evtushenkova
Aliases of Tatiana Evtushenkova
[‘Tatyana Vladimirovna Evtushenkova’
‘Tatiana Vladimirovna Yevtushenkova’
‘Tatyana Vladimirovna Yevtushenkova’]
Nationality of Tatiana Evtushenkova
London Socialite Tatiana Evtushenkova is said to be close to Naomi Campbell. In 2010, Naomi Campbell celebrated her 25-Year Career in Moscow.
Tatiana Evtushenkova is an involved person under the Russia (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 on the basis of the following grounds: Tatiana Evtushenkova is (1) is acting on behalf of or at the direction of Vladimir Evtushenkov and (2) is associated with Vladimir Evtushenkov. Vladimir Evtushenkov is a prominent Russian Businessman. Vladimir Evtushenkov is or has been involved in obtaining a benefit from or supporting the Government of Russia by virtue of his ownership of Sistema JSFC, a conglomerate which has business interests in the Russian energy and information, communications and digital technologies sectors, which are sectors of strategic significance to the Government of Russia.
Transport sanctions: ships owned, controlled, chartered or operated by the individual are prohibited from entering a port in the UK; may be given a movement or a port entry direction, can be detained, and will be refused permission to register on the UK Ship Register or have its existing registration terminated.
An aircraft owned, chartered or operated by the individual is prohibited from overflying or landing in the UK, may be given a movement direction, can be detained or moved to a specified airport, and will be refused permission to register on the CAA Aircraft Register or have its existing registration terminated. Prohibition of technical assistance relating to aircraft and ships: a prohibition on the provision of technical assistance relating to aircraft or ships will prevent a person from directly or indirectly providing technical assistance to, or for the benefit of, the designated person, where that technical assistance relates to an aircraft or ship.
The sanctions against Evtushenkova freeze her assets in the UK and prohibit her from entering the country. She is also subject to a travel ban, which means that she is prohibited from traveling to most countries.
The sanctions against Tatiana Evtushenkova are part of a broader effort by the UK and its allies to pressure Russia to end the war in Ukraine. The sanctions are designed to cripple the Russian economy and make it difficult for the Russian government to wage war.
It is unclear how long the sanctions against Tatiana Evtushenkova will remain in place. However, they are likely to have a lasting impact on her personal and professional life.