The United States accuses the Belarusian Olympic Committee of aiding and abetting money laundering

The United States accuses the National Olympic Committee of Belarus of aiding money laundering and circumventing visa bans, the White House said.

“The National Olympic Committee of Belarus, which is accused of aiding money laundering, evading sanctions and circumventing visa bans, and to which the Olympic Committee has publicly reprimanded for failing to protect Belarusian athletes from political discrimination and repression,” the White House decree says about Belarusian organizations falling under sanctions.

On Monday, the United States announced the introduction of new sanctions against Belarus. In particular, the National Olympic Committee of Belarus, which is headed by Viktor Lukashenko, the eldest son of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, fell under them.

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