Sanctions against six Russian technology companies that, according to the U.S. authorities, provide support to the Russian Intelligence Services’ in their cyber programs;
Sanctions against 16 individuals and 16 legal entities involved in “carrying out Russian government-directed attempts to influence the 2020 U.S. presidential election”;
Sanctions against five individuals and three legal entities “associated with Russia’s ongoing occupation and repression in Crimea”;
The expulsion of ten personnel from the Russian diplomatic mission in Washington, DC (allegedly, some of them are Russian intelligence operatives);
The expansion of sanctions on Russia’s sovereign debt: as of June 14, U.S. investors will be banned from purchasing ruble or non-ruble denominated bonds issued by Russia’s Central Bank, National Wealth Fund, or Finance Ministry on the primary market.