Information as of: 31st March 2020

Latest Updates
EU/UK  Arms embargo and asset freeze measures are renewed until 28 Feb 2021 under CFSP 2020/214
Financial/Other Sanctions
US EO 13405, amended by General Licence No. 2E
EU/UK EU 2006/276/CFSP (March 2006), amended October 2006. CFSP 2020/214
Arms Embargo
US 58 FR 39280 22 July 1993
EU/UK Reg 588/2011 , CFSP 2019/325  CFSP 2020/214
Further Details
US Targeted sanctions & accompanying guidance, recently extended by the U.S. President under the National Emergencies Act (10 Jun 2016).General Licence No. 2E allowing transactions with certain entities blocked pursuant to EO 13405, effective until Oct 2018. The General License 2F extends General License 2E until 25 Oct 2019, authorising transactions with certain entities blocked pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 13405. This general license does not authorise the release of property blocked pursuant to E.O. 13405. All restrictive measures extended for a further year as at 13 June 2019
EU/UK Assets freeze on President Lukashenko & officials responsible for violations of international electoral standards. Reg 588/2011 (Jun 2011) amends designated entities & introduced arms embargo. Reg (EC) 765/2006 amended so that asset freeze applies to names added. Reg 2015/1948 effective 30 Oct 2015 suspends sanctions for a number of individuals, entities and bodies. Asset freeze and travel bans extended by EU Council Decision (CFSP) 2018/280 until 20 Feb 2019, though only related to four individuals. Reg (EU) 2016/276 removes sanctions against President Lukashenko, 3 defence companies and 169 others, in relation to whom sanctions had been suspended since 31 October 2015. Restrictive measures were extended until 28 Feb 2020, under CFSP 2019/325, in respect of arms embargo and 4 SDN's. Arms embargo and asset freeze measures are renewed until 28 Feb 2021 under CFSP 2020/214
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