U.S. sanctions on Russia for two shows affect the U.S. Pop Stars
Organizers the two shows to Americans pop star Miley Cyrus and pop star Justin Timberlake in Finland on Thursday said that U.S. sanctions imposed on Russia including concerts because the owner of the place where it will be held are Russian people.
Timberlake will present a concert in coming May where all its tickets are sold already in the Hartwall courtyard of the Finnish capital, Helsinki and owned by Gennady Timchenko one of the founders of the company Jnfor for oil trading and brothers Boris and Arcady Rothenberg.
There were three names on the list of entry and prevent freezing of funds issued by the United States last month and included close allies of Russian President Vladimir Putin, after Russia annexed Ukrainian Crimea.
It is scheduled to Cyrus presents her concert at the same arena, the largest entertainment district in Finland in June.
The(Live Nation Vineland) organizer company of two shows in Helsinki said that her lawyer with the American authorities are looking whether the sanctions imposed on the owners of the place will lead to the prevention of concerts.
Nina Casturn chief executive of the company Said "we looking the possibility that it affects the concerts."
She added, "If that happens we will have to find a different solution., But I think that the problem will be resolved and that the concerts will be held."
Timchenko and Brotherhood Rothenberg bought last year share in team Jokerit ice hockey as well as the arena in which the team plays.
It Could not be reached for company Timchenko and brothers Rothenberg in Finland for comment.