Mali

Information as of: 6th September 2019

Latest Updates
UN The UN Security Council renewed its Mali sanctions (travel ban and asset freeze) until 31 Aug 2020 by adopting Resolution 2484 (2019).
US On the 26 Jul 2019 the US introduced EO13882 which authorises asset freeze and travel bans on Malian individuals and entities which are deemed to have threatened the peace and security of Mali.
EU/UK
Financial/Other Sanctions
UN Resolution 2484
US EO13882
EU/UK UK only
Arms Embargo
UN No
US No
EU/UK No
Further Details
UN 5 Sep 2017 S/Res/2374 (2017) imposes travel ban and asset freeze on designated individuals and entities that threaten the peace, security and stability of Mali. On the 30 Aug 2018 the UN renewed sanctions, travel ban and asset freeze until 31 Aug 2019 initially imposed by Res/2374 (2017) now Res/2432 (2018)The UN Security Council renewed its Mali sanctions (travel ban and asset freeze) until 31 Aug 2020 by adopting Resolution 2484 (2019).
US On the 26 Jul 2019 the US introduced EO13882 which authorises asset freeze and travel bans on Malian individuals and entities which are deemed to have threatened the peace and security of Mali
EU/UK (CFSP) 2017/1775 implements UN sanctions with regard to travel bans. SI 2017/972 implements UN sanctions in UK.
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