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Last Week: HMT ends the week with a bang

Three updates from Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT) on Friday:

First, the UN removed four individuals from the UN Al-Qaida list:

1. BIN MARZUKI, Zulkepli.
DOB: 03/07/1968.
POB: Selangor, Malaysia
Nationality: Malaysian
Passport Details: A 5983063
National Identification no: 680703-10-5821
Address: Taman Puchong Perdana, State of Selangor, Malaysia. Other Information: UN Ref QI.B.117.03.
Group ID: 7849.

2. KASMURI, Abdul, Manaf.
DOB: 28/05/1955.
POB: Selangor, Malaysia
a.k.a: AL-FILIPINI, Muhammad
Nationality: Malaysian
Passport Details: A 9226483
National Identification no: 550528-10-5991 Address: Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.
Other Information: UN Ref QI.K.115.03. Also referred to as Intan. Group ID: 7853.

3. WAN MAT, Wan Min. DOB: 23/09/1960.
POB: Kelantan, Malaysia
a.k.a: (1) HAFIS, Abu
(2) HALIM, Wan
(3) HIDAYAH, Abu Nationality: Malaysian
Passport Details: A 9703399
National Identification no: 600923-03-5527 Address: Ulu Tiram, Johor, Malaysia.
Other Information: UN Ref QI.W.125.03 Group ID: 7847.

4. ZAKARIA, Zaini
DOB: 16/05/1967.
POB: Kelantan, Malaysia
Nationality: Malaysian
Passport Details: A 11457974
National Identification no: 670516-03-5283
Address: Kota Bharu, State of Kelantan, Malaysia.
Other Information: UN Ref QI.Z.127.03. Also referred to as Ahmad. Group ID: 7852.

HMT is making these changes in step with Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 309/2013.

Secondly, HMT is implementing the changes to the North Korean sanctions that Council Regulation (EU) No 296/2013 mandates. This regulation amends Council Regulation (EC) No 329/2007. Basically, it says that EU financial institutions can’t open offices in the DPRK, that DPRK financial institutions can’t open offices, branches or credit institutions in the EU, and that EU firms can’t be involved with bonds issued by the DPRK or its financial institutions.

Lastly, the freezing of assets for the overwhelming majority of those sanctioned under the Zimbabwe sanctions program is being suspended from March 29, 2013 until February 20, 2014. In total, 81 individuals and 8 entities are subject to the suspension, while 10 individuals and 2 entities are still having their assets frozen. This is in response to Council Regulation (EU) No 298/2013.

Links:

HMT Al-Qaida/Taliban program notice
Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 309/2013
HMT DPRK program notice
Council Regulation (EU) No 296/2013
HMT Zimbabwe program notice
Council Regulation (EU) No 298/2013

Categories: North Korea (DPRK) Sanctions OFSI Updates Terrorism ZImbabwe Sanctions

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