Britain has added a dozen people to its list of sanctions over Russia’s war against Ukraine, this time targeting Russian President Vladimir Putin and the network of those around him, including his ex-wife and cousins.

Foreign Minister Liz Truss said in a statement on May 13 that the fresh sanctions are aimed at “Putin’s ‘wallet’ of family and friends– those whom he rewards with state positions and wealth in return for their undying loyalty.”

While Putin officially lists owning just a few minor assets such as a small apartment in St. Petersburg, a couple of Soviet-era cars, a camping trailer inherited from his late father, and a small garage, his critics and activists say he has amassed a huge personal fortune and spread it out through relatives and close associates.