BRUSSELS, March 21 (Reuters) - The European Union imposed sanctions on Friday on 12 Russians and Ukrainians over Moscow's takeover of the Ukrainian region of Crimea. The decision brings the number of people targeted by EU asset freezes and travel bans to 33.
Following is the list of people added on Friday.
Dmitry Rogozin, Russian deputy prime minister
Sergei Glazyev, adviser to President Vladimir Putin
Valentina Matviyenko, head of the Russian Federation Council (upper house of parliament)
Sergei Naryshkin, chairman of the Russian State Duma (lower house of parliament)
Dmitry Kiselyov, head of Russian state news agency Rossiya Segodnya
Alexander Nosatov, deputy commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet
Valery Kulikov, deputy commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet
Vladislav Surkov, Putin aide
Mikhail Malyshev, chair of Crimea Electoral Commission
Valery Medvedev, chair of Sevastopol Electoral Commission
Igor Turchenyuk, commander of Russian troops deployed in Crimea
Yelena Mizulina, deputy of the State Duma (Reporting by Justyna Pawlak; Editing by Gareth Jones)
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