The Russian Foreign Ministry blacklisted 62 Canadians in response to sanctions against Patriarch Kirill In particular, Catholic priest Raymond de Souza, editor-in-chief of Convivium magazine, and Protestant pastor, LGBT activist Brent Hawkes were banned from entering Russia
Canada all new Russophobic sanctions in the near future will be announced on further retaliatory measures of the Russian side, — added in the Russian ministry.
Canada expanded sanctions over the operation in Ukraine and imposed restrictions on Patriarch Kirill in early July. The former head of Yandex also fell under the restrictions. Tigran Khudaverdyan, head of Roskomnadzor Andrey Lipov, TV presenter Ekaterina Andreeva and others. The United Kingdom had previously introduced similar restrictions against the patriarch, and the Russian Orthodox Church called the sanctions “absurd and futile attempts.” intimidate the patriarch.
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