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Non-EU European countries follow in EU’s footsteps on Syria

The sanctions, imposed on May 31st (Decision 2013/255/CFSP):

– export and import restrictions with the exception of arms and related material andequipment which might be used for internal repression;

  • – restrictions on financing of certain enterprises;

  • – restrictions on infrastructure projects;

  • – restrictions of financial support for trade;

  • – financial sector;

  • – transport sector;

  • – restrictions on admission;

  • – freezing of funds and economic resources.

as well as commitments on arms export controls agreed to on May 27th.

 

The countries:

  • Montenegro
  • Iceland
  • Serbia
  • Albania
  • Liechtenstein
  • Norway
  • Moldova
  • Georgia

Link:

EU Declaration from the High Representative

 

Categories: EU Updates Sanctions Regulations Syrian Sanctions

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