RIA Novosti reports about this.

“As part of taking measures to manage the bank’s compliance risk, the innovations in the US sanctions legislation of February 23, 2024 were taken into account,” the agency reports.

The bank noted that the issue of measures aimed at minimizing the risk of application of secondary sanctions of foreign jurisdictions is currently being considered.

Earlier, the Russian Ambassador in Ankara Alexey Erkhov said that the Russian Embassy continues to make efforts aimed at resolving the situation with payments with Turkey.

Also, the three largest banks in China stopped accepting payments from Russia.

Bank of China later said it was still accepting payments from Russian companies.