May 29 (Reuters) - The Russian subsidiary of Austria's Raiffeisen Bank International on Wednesday said outgoing payments in U.S. dollars would no longer be available from June 10, due to changing requirements from correspondent banks.

Earlier this month, Raiffeisen, the biggest Western bank in Russia, dropped a bid for a 1.5 billion euro ($1.6 billion) industrial stake linked to Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska after U.S. pressure.

The bank, which has faced criticism for its ties to Moscow more than two years after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, was warned by the U.S. Treasury in writing that its access to the U.S. financial system could be curbed, according to a person who has seen the correspondence.

Raiffeisen's Russian subsidiary said outgoing dollar transfers would stop from June 10, a change affecting all the bank's customers.

"Unfortunately, we cannot influence this," the subsidiary said in a statement.

"There are no restrictions on incoming payments in dollars. Also, the restrictions do not apply to other foreign currencies."

(Reporting by Alexander Marrow; editing by Jason Neely)