Lithuania’s Financial Crime Investigation Service FNYY announced that the funds of Belarusian Steel Works’s BMZ-Baltija have been frozen due to the European Union sanctions against Russia and Belarus. The funds of metal products supplier BMZ-Baltija have been frozen over its connections to Belarusian President Mr Alexander Lukashenko. Šiauliai Lithuania based BMZ-Baltija supplies metal products to the Baltic, Nordic as well as other European and African countries. The Company has been engaged in wholesale of metal products, including construction fittings, wire, metal billets, round steel & seamless pipes etc since 2008. FNTT has frozen funds and shares of 13 companies, including Inter energy supplier RAO Lietuva & its Vydmantai Wind Park, mineral water trading company IDS Borjomi Europe, Eurochem Logistics International, Faberlic Baltija, EM System & EM Idustry, PhosAgro Baltic, Maritime Register and Latvian TT Baltics. According to the latest FNTT data, about LTL 62.8 million (EUR 20 million) have been frozen in Lithuania after sanctions related to Russia and Belarus.