May 3, 2016: DFAT implements UN changes for Libya, Côte d’Ivoire

Last Tuesday, Australian regulators amended their Consolidated List to incorporate changes made by the United Nations Sanctions Committes for Libyan and Côte I’voire sanctions. For Libya, the following entity easy added:

LYe.003 Name: DISTYA AMEYA 

A.k.a.: KASSOS F.k.a.: na Address: na Listed on: 27 Apr. 2016 Other information: IMO: 

9077343. Listed pursuant to paragraphs 10(a) and 10(b) of resolution 2146 (prohibition to load, 

transport or discharge; prohibition to enter ports). Pursuant to paragraph 11 of resolution 2146 

(2014), this designation is valid from 27 April to 26 July 2016, unless terminated earlier by the 

Committee pursuant to paragraph 12 of resolution 2146 (2014). Deadweight: 95,420. Flag State: 

India. The vessel may have been sold recently to an unknown buyer and the vessel’s name may 

have changed to Kassos. As of 26 April 2016, the vessel was north of Al-Bayda, Libya, heading 

for Malta. 

For Côte d’Ivoire, the press release noted that asset freezes and travel bans no longer applied to Charles Blé Goudé, Eugene N’goran Kouadio Djoué, Martin Kouakou Fofié, Laurent Gbagbo, Simone Gbagbo and Desiré Tagro, but did not provide the full listings like is the norm.

Link:

UN Notice (Libya)

UN Notice (Côte d’Ivoire)

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