The Ukrainian website “Peacemaker” included Gutsul, Shor, and Tauber in its database

The Ukrainian website “Peacemaker” included Gutsul, Shor, and Tauber in its database. The site says all three pose a threat to Ukraine’s national security.

The database compilers considered Eugenia Gutsul to be “an accomplice of Russian occupiers” engaged in “war propaganda, incitement of interethnic discord, and dissemination of Kremlin propaganda narratives.”

The database compilers included Shor for “denial of Russian aggression, manipulation of publicly relevant information, and participation in the processes of destabilizing social and political life in post-Soviet countries” and “dissemination of Kremlin propaganda narratives.”

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Tauber’s card on the website states that she is engaged in “manipulation of publicly relevant information, participation in the processes of destabilization of public political life in the countries of the post-Soviet space, as well as dissemination of Kremlin propaganda narratives.”

Earlier, Gutsul, Shor, and Tauber officially closed entry to Ukraine.

On June 12, the United States announced sanctions against Eugenia Aleksandrovna Gutsul, the Bashkan of the Gagauzia region, as an active facilitator of fugitive convicted oligarch Ilan Shor and his Shor Party, and their Kremlin-backed illegal political interference efforts. These sanctions include blocking any property in the United States or the possession or control of U.S. persons; prohibiting transactions with U.S. persons or within or transiting the United States; prohibiting providing or receiving funds, goods, or services; and making Ms. Gutsul ineligible to enter the United States.

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