The U.S. authorities on Tuesday re-imposed sanctions against the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko for his alleged involvement in corrupt activities, according to a statement released by the U.S. Treasury.

As noted in the document, the agency repeatedly “blacklisted Lukashenka on the grounds that he is a high-ranking official who is responsible or participated in corrupt activities in Belarus.” The Finance Ministry also claims that Lukashenko is “the head of the corrupt government of Belarus.”

The wife of the Belarusian leader, Galina Lukashenko, also fell under the restrictions of the American Ministry of Finance. At the same time, in a separately published statement, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that the restrictions also affected their sons Viktor and Dmitry.

According to Blinken’s statement, U.S. visa sanctions are also being imposed “against 25 individuals responsible for undermining democracy in Belarus.” Their names and surnames are not given.