As you know, the first international economic sanctions against the Russian Federation were imposed in 2014, due to the situation in the Crimea. Since then, the EU and the USA have imposed a number of the anti-Russian sanctions, having a significant, consequent impact on the fulfillment of civil obligations in Russia.
In light of the above, and due to the growing pressure of the anti-Russian sanctions, and the increasing number of the entities in respect of which new restrictions are being imposed, we present, for your attention, an overview of the legal positions of the Russian courts on the impact of the sanctions regime on the discharge of contractual obligations.
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Note: Please be aware that all information provided in this letter was taken from open sources. Neither ALRUD Law Firm, nor the author of this letter bear any liability for consequences of any decisions made in reliance upon this information.