The fourth package of the EU sanctions: company comment
The Council of the European Union made a decision to include the founder of the Synesis company, Alexander Shatrov, in the fourth package of sanctions. This decision stems from the fact that Synesis was included in the previous, third package of sanctions of the EU Council. It is based on the same absurd and unsubstantiated theses so that the company considers the decision is unreasonable. At the same time a new decision is expected: we are ready to appeal this decision as soon as possible and we are confident in an objective consideration of the case in the European court.
We recall that the court case to cancel the sanctions against Synesis is already in the EU court. We have repeatedly published separate arguments demonstrating their absurdity in official statements:
- Why people create fake newsbreaks: we puzzle out the Synesis-Euroradio case
- Why tech company could get into EU sanction list, or how fakenews in business affects political decisions
- The accusatory wording of the EU Council: how did it come about, and what does it mean?
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