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March 3, 2015: DFAT renews some, revokes some Autonomous sanctions listings

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop, has renewed a number of Australia’s listings of designated and declared persons and designated entities that continue to meet the appropriate criteria under the Autonomous Sanctions Regulations 2011 for a further three years, effective from 27 February 2015.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs has also revoked the designations and declarations for the following persons and entities as they no longer meet the criteria for designation and and/or declaration under the Autonomous Sanctions Regulations 2011:
Mohamad Ali Zidane

Former Minister for Transport in the Qadhafi regime Libya

Al-Barrani Ashkal Former Deputy Director, Military Intelligence Libya
Libyan Holding Company for Development and Investment (LHCDI) Libya
Nabil Rafik al Kuzbari Chairman of Cham Holdings Syria
Saqr Khayr Bek Deputy Minister for the Interior Syria
Qualitest Iran
Dragan Jokic Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Dusan Fustar Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Monmcilo Krajisnik Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Mirko Norac Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Mitar Rasevic Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

As noted above, the renewal period for Australia's autonomous sanctions regime is 3 years (as opposed to the one year under the UK's Terrorist Asset-Freezing etc. Act of 2010).

 

Categories: Autonomous Australian sanctions DFAT Updates Iranian Sanctions Libya Sanctions Syrian Sanctions Yugoslavia sanctions

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